How do plunging breaker waves form?
They typically form on steep beaches and tend to be more erosive.
Take a look: "surface wave." Online Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 3 Sept. 2008 http://original.britannica.com/eb/art-2735 (To all those who are going to attempt the above link, you need to be registered at Britannica.) Waves are of three types (on the basis of their crashing on the shore): Spilling Breakers In a Spilling Breaker, the energy which the wave has transported over many miles of sea is released gradually over a considerable distance. The wave peaks up…
They all carry some sort of energy. Three types of mechanical waves are transverse, longitudinal, & surface waves. M Some different types of waves are: light, sound, and seismic. Waves can be classified as mechanical or electromagnetic, and transverse or longitudinal. There are many other types of waves depending... TYPES OF BREAKING WAVES: 1.Spilling Breakers 2.Plunging 3.Surging 4.Collapsing 5.Mathematics yes it is true for all waves.