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Wind fetch is an important measurement in coastal applications. It is calculated as the unobstructed length of water over which wind from a certain direction can blow over. The higher the fetch from a certain direction, the more energy is imparted onto the surface of the water resulting in a larger sea state.
https://www.thoughtco.com/what-is-wind-fetch-2292990Oct 6, 2017 ... Fetch is a measurement of distance that indicates how far wind has traveled over open water. The distance wind travels over water before meeting an obstacle, like a shoreline or reef, is the fetch of the wind.
https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/.../introduction-to-fetchR.htmlApr 28, 2017 ... Wind fetch is an important measurement in coastal applications. It is calculated as the unobstructed length of water over which wind from a certain direction can blow over. The higher the fetch from a certain direction, the more energy is imparted onto the surface of the water resulting in a larger sea state.
https://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2008/1200/pdf/ofr2008-1200_web.pdfDepiction of management scenario 4, weighted wind fetch results for the Capoli
Slough Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement. Project in Navigation Pool 9, ...
https://www.umesc.usgs.gov/.../wind_fetch_wave_models_2012update.htmlJul 8, 2014 ... Abstract. Models based upon coastal engineering equations have been
developed to quantify wind fetch length and several physical wave ...
https://learn.weatherstem.com/modules/learn/lessons/94/09.htmlWind Fetch and Direction. Fetch is the distance wind travels over the warm lake.
The longer the fetch, the more moisture for the development of heavier lake ...
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https://coastalkayak.com/know-your-fetch/May 18, 2016 ... What it does have to do with is the velocity of and effects of wind. Fetch is the
distance wind travels unobstructed. Or you could look at it as the ...
onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2008JF001139/fullSep 30, 2009 ... Emergent salt marshes and other intertidal landforms strongly influence wind
fetch. During low-tide conditions, emergent land surface reduces ...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5241670/Jan 18, 2017 ... We demonstrate that wave growth rate in shallow estuaries is a function of wind
fetch to water depth ratio, which helps to develop a new set of ...