Fetch - I read in a Textbook (not the official) that Constructive Waves (on coastlines) are usually made where there is long fetch, and Destructive Waves are made where there is a short fetch. Shouldn't it be the other way round as Constructive Waves are generally low energy waves and long fetch means the wind has longer to build up velocity and so output more energy?
If you have any questions post in this thread maybe we can get a compilation of some questions/answers.
Also is just reading the textbook and notes (good notes made from over the year) enough to get an A? Or do you have to be writing stuff down? I write stuff down but only for case studies as they require facts/figures.
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