Talk:Wind wave model

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Can someone recommend sources for the more basic information on the physics for why waves grow in the first place (rather than e.g. the wind friction simply producing uniform laminar motion on the top water layers, considering that water gravity waves are intrinsically unstable and hence naturally self-dissipating into heat). Cesiumfrog (talk) 15:44, 20 April 2012 (UTC)