## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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Therefore this

peak corresponds to a different wave system or not . Guedes Soares and

Nolasco ( 1992 ) presented some criteria for the

two of ...

Therefore this

**selection**requires additional tests to identify whether a separatepeak corresponds to a different wave system or not . Guedes Soares and

Nolasco ( 1992 ) presented some criteria for the

**selection**of the peaks , in whichtwo of ...

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30 satisfy the three criteria previously outlined for the

peaks . Therefore the wave spectrum ... Distribution of the exponent n for the 243

...

30 satisfy the three criteria previously outlined for the

**selection**of the spectralpeaks . Therefore the wave spectrum ... Distribution of the exponent n for the 243

**selected**cases of windsea decay in the form S ( ) « f- " . All the cases with decays...

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The decrease in the probability density of the storms to the West of 90 ° E is of

course the direct result of the

distribution of the crossings if the data is restricted to the period after 1972 , when

it may ...

The decrease in the probability density of the storms to the West of 90 ° E is of

course the direct result of the

**selection**criterion . The figure also shows thedistribution of the crossings if the data is restricted to the period after 1972 , when

it may ...

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