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Water Motion

Water Motion This interactive tutorial allows students to 'manipulate' wind speed in order to see what effects that has on wavelength, wave height, wave speed and wave frequency. There is also an explanation of the buoy system used for testing waves. Prentice Hall • Learning Games
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Water Motion


This interactive tutorial allows students to 'manipulate' wind speed in order to see what effects that has on wavelength, wave height, wave speed and wave frequency. There is also an explanation of the buoy system used for testing waves.

Prentice Hall

• Learning Games


• High School Middle School

Glenn Terndrup

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