Why do waves spin like a dyer?



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    The spin of a wave is created when the waveform comes into shallow water. The lower of the portion of the wave slows down as a result of hitting the shallows, causing the top portion of the wave to move forward, unsupported – resulting in the wave breaking. The water involved briefly spins as a result of the breaking because the top portion of the water is moving forward more quickly than the lower portion of the water.

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