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Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II : wind characteristics and general relationship between trade wind speeds and wave heights in the Alenuihaha Channel : final report

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Title: Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II : wind characteristics and general relationship between trade wind speeds and wave heights in the Alenuihaha Channel : final report
Authors: Pacific Weather, Inc.
Keywords: Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program
Alenuihaha Channel
engineering
planning
Hawaii
LC Subject Headings: Electric cables
Cables, Submarine--Hawaii
Electric power transmission--Hawaii
Electric lines--Hawaii
Winds--Hawaii--Alenuihaha Channel
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Alenuihaha Channel (Hawaii)

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Issue Date: Jul 1986
Publisher: Pacific Weather, Inc.
Citation: Pacific Weather, Inc. Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II: wind characteristics and general relationship between trade wind speeds and wave heights in the Alenuihaha Channel. Pacific Weather, Inc.
Series/Report no.: Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program Phase II
Abstract: For the Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, hourly wind speed and direction data from pertinent land stations, spot wind and wave observations from Dillingham tugs and American Hawaii cruise ships, and hourly wind and wave data from NOAA buoy 51005 (March 1986 only) were collected for the period March 1984-March 1986. The collected data were summarized, analyzed and correlated to determine the wind speed and direction characteristics in the Alenuihaha Channel and to also provide a generalized relationship between wind speeds and wave heights under trade wind conditions in the Alenuihaha Channel.
Pages/Duration: 97 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/36059
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