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Hurricane Arthur - Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia. July 5th 2014 Adventurer/Stormchaser George Kourounis films the crashing waves as the hurricane impacts Atlantic Canada while on assignment for The Weather Network. Several tourists almost get swept away by the giant waves. Copyright: George Kourounis http://www.furiousearth.com
For this coastal engineering study, our wave gauges identified a mix or harbour resonance and swell penetration compromising mooring conditions in the harbour during storms. We developed a sophisticated wave model to evaluate solutions for mitigating these problems. Breakwater extensions were found to be the optimal solution, and we used the models to size them appropriately to meet agitation requirements inside the basin.
From Nova Scotia Canada, Ted Surette examines tidal power generation and the role clean energy generation plays in reducing our carbon footprint.
When the Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia's largest river, encounters water rushing in from the Bay of Fundy, the phenomenon is known as a tidal bore. The leading wave swallows the sandbars, creating intense rapids in its wake. Once a day, rafting companies take clients into the soup, where you'll ride waves as high as five metres. When you raft the Shubenacadie in extreme conditions, "bore" is the last word that comes to mind. More info at: http://www.canadianbucketlist.com Opening theme music ‘Bones’ © 2017 Max Serpentini http://www.maxserpentini.com/
Impressive surf in the wake of two days of onshore gales.
Just some waves crashing and I also captured a seagull going to and from the rocks.
The sign on the Halifax docks looks like a tombstone. It warns visitors not to climb on the WAVE, a large sculpture. Do people heed this sign? See for yourself. Videotaped during the Tall Ships Festival, 2012, near the Nova Scotia Tourist Information office.
Hi there, this is just about the rarest CBC Radio signal that can be heard at my QTH. Last reception was 7th of January 2017, so almost exactly 11 months ago. Recorded on 30/11/17 at 00:58 hrs UTC using an Elad FDM DUO and Wellbrook ALA1530 active loop antenna (indoors). Thanks for watching.
This was my 7th Annual Rafting Trip through the Extreme Tides of the Shubenacadie River, August 13, 2014. These were the highest tides of the season with 28.4ft tides. These Rolling Waves were 10-12 feet. Such a great time!!! For more information check out their website: http://www.raftingcanada.ca/
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Lots of big waves at Peggy's Cove NS, was so cold! There is a lot of wind noise near the end of the video so mute or turn down your speakers :D
While traveling through Nova Scotia Canada, The Adventure Travelers decided to take a Tidal Bore Wave ride adventure with the Shubenacadie River Runners, in the Bay of Fundy. Riding the tidal wave of Nova Scotia was spectacular. A tidal bore wave only happens in a few parts of the world. The tidal wave occurs when you have a wide bay that funnels into a narrow channel and causes the water to rise quickly. The wave can start out small but grow to mover 10-12 feet high. The owner of the Shubenacadie River Runners actually went on the trip with us as the safety dinghy behind all the boats. We did not have to wear helmets because the river bottom is all soft mud. We were all advised NOT to take anything that was not fully waterproof so we were only able to bring our GoPro camera. We were f...