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Q: Why do deep-water waves sometimes break instead of just getting bigger? A. The waves can t grow any more in size because there is less energy in the open ocean wave than there is in a near shore
wave. The waves can t grow any more in size because the energy from the winds is equal to the energy lost by the waves breaking and then leaving the fetch zone. The waves can t grow any more in size because they are losing energy as it is transferred from the water to the wind.
A: The waves can?t grow any more in size because there is less energy in the open ocean wave than there is in a near shore wave...
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