Surf

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Surf is the wave activity in the area between the shoreline and outer limit of breakers. It may refer to a breaking wave in shallow water, upon the shore, or in the area in which waves break.

Surf may also refer to:

Commercial products[edit]

Computers and software[edit]

  • "Surfing the Web", slang for exploring the World Wide Web
  • surf (web browser), a lightweight web browser for Unix-like systems
  • SURF, an acronym for "Speeded Up Robust Features", a computer vision algorithm

Education[edit]

Music[edit]

Popular culture[edit]

  • Surf culture, the culture surrounding the sport of surfing

Ships[edit]

  • USS Surf, the name of more than one United States Navy ship

Sports[edit]

  • Surfing, a surfboard-based water-sport
  • The Atlantic City Surf, a defunct professional baseball team that played in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the United States from 1998 to 2008

Sustainability[edit]

  • The SURF Framework, a practical framework for transforming the economy, businesses, organizations, etc. for sustainability

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