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The irregular moving bumps and hollows on the ocean surface. Winds blowing over the ocean, in addition to producing currents, create surface water undulations called waves or a sea. The characteristics of these waves depend on the speed of the wind, the length of the time that it has blown, the distance over which it has blown, and the depth of the water. If the wind dies down, the waves that remain are called dead sea.
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