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6 m above the sea level, wind speeds are converted to 10 m height in the figure. 16, the measured data in this very severe storm in the North Atlantic agree very well with G L O R I A ' s results. The sea condition before the measurements were made was apparently similar to that of hurricane G L O R I A . It may, therefore, be safely concluded that a disturbed sea condition (significant wave height on the order of 3 m) prior to the arrival of a heavy storm contributes to the growth rate of sea severity to a great extent.

8 m (Ochi, 1993). energy (modal frequency) is essentially constant while the wave energy is propagating. Let us examine this interesting and important feature in detail in the following. 2 shows the variation in the wave spectrum during the approaching stage of hurricane ELOISE to Buoy EB-10. 78 m. 2 m/s during these 4 h. Such a consistent rapid increase in wind speed and sea severity cannot be observed in ordinary storm seas. 9 knots). 5 knots). 09 Hz propagates ahead of the hurricane with substantial energy.

13. Data of hurricane CAMILLE were obtained by a resistance-type wave gage attached to a tower located in a water depth of 104 m (Patterson, 1974), while data for all others were obtained by NOAA buoys in deep water 50 o a TRANSITION STAGE 9 DECAYING STAGE ...... 12 - Relationship between mean wind speed and significant wave height obtained by NOAA buoy 42003 during hurricane KATE. Chapter I HURRICANE WIND AND SEA STATE IN THE OCEAN 60 50 I, 1 9ELOISE * FREDERIC v ANITA 9BELLE o KATE (100 KTS) .

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