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A surface wave is a mechanical wave that propagates along the interface between differing media, usually two fluids with different densities. A surface wave can also be an electromagnetic wave guided by a refractive index gradient.

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19 Sep 2018 Improving predictions of extreme sea levels around Australia Resource PDF icon save (4.61 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
29 Jun 2017 Improving predictions of extreme sea levels around Australia Resource PDF icon save (4.1 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
12 Aug 2016 Improving predictions of destructive waves and storm surges around Australia Resource PDF icon save (1.05 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
12 Aug 2016 Making better long-term coastal adaptation decisions under conditions of uncertainty Resource PDF icon save (176.5 KB) coastal, surface wave
11 Sep 2015 Improved modelling of storm surges and waves along the Australian coast Resource PDF icon save (8.88 MB) storm surge, surface wave
Estimating present day extreme water level exceedance probabilities around the coastline of Australia: tides, extra-tropical storm surges and mean sea level Biblio flood, surface wave, tsunami
Are meteotsunamis an underrated hazard? Biblio PDF icon save (1.7 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
Review of Tropical-Extratropical Cyclone Transitions Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (1.63 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
Developing better predictions for extreme water levels: annual project report 2016-17 Biblio PDF icon save (2.3 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
Observations of meteorological tsunamis along the south-west Australian coast Biblio PDF icon save (5.27 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
Timescales for detecting a significant acceleration in sea level rise Biblio PDF icon save (7.01 MB) flood, surface wave, tsunami
Developing better predictions for extreme water levels Project flood, surface wave, tsunami

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