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Refraction of swell by surface currents

Because of refraction by surface currents, a storm and a receiving station are connected not only by the great-circle route, but by a multipath: a bundle of rays with an angular width which is much larger than the angular width of the storm. Wave packets travel on these many rays before reaching the receiver, which leads to strong temporal fluctuations in the incoming direction measured at the receiver.

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