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Old 03-02-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Great Online Resource for Understanding The Gulf Stream

I hope this is as useful to you as it was for me.

High Wind and Wave Events Crossing the Gulf Stream, Explained – gCaptain
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Interesting read. I will need to read a couple more times to fully absorb. Thanks
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Thanks Bump, lots of good info in there.






Most of the principles discussed in the article can be applied to any open water with a strong current.
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