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How do waves form? Where do waves form? How do people forecast waves? Join us for a scientific talk with Nathan Cool of WaveCast

  • Wed, September 16, 2020
  • 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM
  • Online Meeting


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SDSL 2020 Re-ignite the Stoke

Join us for the first meeting of the year with Nathan Cool of WaveCast!

One of the goals of the board is to offer opportunities to improve our technical surf knowledge and skills, so we are very excited about this first offering on surf forecasting!

From this scientific presentation, you will walk away with a better understanding of what happens between when a swell is born and when it hits the shores. You will understand the different analysis models used in surf forecasting as well!

From his website: "Nathan, a software engineer for over 30 years, has automated much of what it takes to create reliable surf forecasts. A few times a day, Nathan's WaveCast software automatically runs to gather public domain data (like GRIBs, WW3 Bul files, NWS weather conditions, and NDBC bouy data). Nathan's WaveCast software then creates surf charts, reports, wave height reports, wind charts, tide tables, and other such features found on"

Register now in order to receive the link to the meeting via email a few days before the event! You MUST register to receive the link.

Can't wait to see you there!!

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