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Find the best swells in the world here: http://win.gs/1alYVe2 The world tour may be over for another year but Sally's quest for that elusive world title is never-ending. So while her competitors are enjoying the off-season and summer, Sally accepts an invitation to go to one of the more unique locations in the world to find surf and hone her skills -- Nova Scotia, Canada. In freezing conditions, Sally looks to be well and truly out of her comfort zone, facing an entirely new fear -- hypothermia. But she hasn't come halfway around the world to sit on the beach, meaning Sally will face one more major emotional challenge before the year's end. _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for ...
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 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gkourounis/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/georgekourounis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ExplorerGeorgeKourounis/
Chasing summer swells up the coast is usually a sure bet to get skunked but knowing that our swell window for the season would coming to a close for the summer months, we decide to pull the trigger. Luckily the stars aligned for us and the Atlantic produced a solid swell in the middle of June which lit up the many quality surf breaks the east coast of Canada has to offer. Watch as Logan Landry and Rob Kelly make the most out of the one day swell. Big shoutout to Logan and all the local crew for their hospitality! Film/Edit: Ryan Simalchik Song: Drip 133- Lefthand Subscribe to our channel for new videos every week
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.
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Living close to the shore can be great sometimes.
From Nova Scotia Canada, Ted Surette examines tidal power generation and the role clean energy generation plays in reducing our carbon footprint.
Impressive surf in the wake of two days of onshore gales.
Just a simple surf edit. Not much surfing but I'm working on different shots and cuts.
This is my first time to an ocean. I was privileged and honored to have it be in Nova Scotia Canada. Being my first time..it was so alien to me..I could have been on another planet, it all so amazed me. The beauty and the strength..is what I saw. Nova Scotia is very beautiful...there is also a time when the ocean shows it's power..50 mph winds during the rough ocean. For more pics click my link. https://picasaweb.google.com/taken.by.the.greys/NovaScotiaCanadaNovember2011
Compilation of footage taken at Duncan's Cove, Nova Scotia. May 2017. Subscribe for a free puppy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYqP7YewxfsvMUapClulIYg?sub_confirmation=1 ALEX'S LINKS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alex.macdonald/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllexMac98 Tumblr: https://alexmac98.tumblr.com
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.