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This video is a recording of a rip current workshop that Plymouth University did with NSRI, City of Cape Town professional Lifeguards, Lifesaving Cape Town and Lifesaving South Africa. This edit of the meeting contains the science of rip currents sections: “The Science of Rips by Plymouth University Nov2020”.If you are interested in understanding rip currents this is well worth 32 minutes!https://youtu.be/V94aIBOM-bE
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