Wind is the main cause of the formation of waves in the oceans.
Shore winds can also create waves, but they are known for creating choppy and bumpy waves because they move in the direction of the waves, making them unstable.
Waves make their way through the ocean and depend on fluctuations on the ocean floor. When large volumes of water pass through higher sea floors, the total vibrational energy changes.
Waves are also the result of many meteorological and geological variables.
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