Thursday, September 20, 2018

Surf Games


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Play free surfing games right here on surflook.com and win some O’neill goodies, play just for some quick fun or check out a few other cool java games in a new browser window. Some of the newer games provide an enhanced graphical user interface, are quick to load and feature spots around the globe which can be unlocked for more surf at beautiful beaches worldwide.





You Riding Surf Games

You Riding surf and bodyboard games

SURFLOOK.COM


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Coming in the future to surflook.com:
Surflook.com has its eye on new technology that could be put to use to revolutionize surf reporting. Reporting could model exactly how, when, and what part of the beach a set of waves will break.

There is no greater way to get a surf report than being there at the beach and seeing the conditions first hand from the sand or cliffs, watching the set intervals while scanning the horizon. All aspects and effects of putting technology out there to aid in tracking and catching waves will be carefully considered… including the possibility of overcrowding any particular surf spot.

We’d be greatly honored if you take the journey with us and improve the future of your surfing along with surflook’s bold vision for the future of surfing enjoyment and surf forecasting.

“I have developed a new way of predicting wave heights to within less than 1′ standard deviation for a 9 day period based on what I capture from the data dump of numerous ocean buoys.

Data is massaged in microsoft excel and charted for over a weeks worth of data. My method uses less extrapolation and more data. For now I am working with data and creating graphs for the area along San Diego, Ca coast and analyzing the results. Time permitting I will post and share this data and work on a method of sharing this data with the public.”

– James Dalton – – December 2011

Along with future ocean forecasting development as well as shelving/hiding technology with the wrong impacts… surflook has been shifting attention to wave generating technology and seeking out investors and developers for a perfect spot in inland southern California.
The “pipe” dream of being able to create on demand waves to specific size and shape is very feasible in today’s world.
Interested investors, developers and other interested parties please contact surflook.com to pursue further opportunities.

Fishing sea surface temperatures



Some of the charts temperatures units are in celsius[c].
If you need a unit conversion tool to convert to fahrenheit
it is reccomended that you get our free toolbar with the unit conversion tool
accessisible from the gadgets menu by clicking here


Southern California West Pacific and Global Temperatures


Some of the charts temperatures units are in celsius[c].
If you need a unit conversion tool to convert to fahrenheit
it is reccomended that you get our free toolbar with the unit conversion tool
accessisible from the gadgets menu by clicking here



Some of the charts temperatures units are in celsius[c].
If you need a unit conversion tool to convert to fahrenheit
it is reccomended that you get our free toolbar with the unit conversion tool
accessisible from the gadgets menu by clicking here



Some of the charts temperatures units are in celsius[c].
If you need a unit conversion tool to convert to fahrenheit
it is reccomended that you get our free toolbar with the unit conversion tool
accessisible from the gadgets menu by clicking here



Some of the charts temperatures units are in celsius[c].
If you need a unit conversion tool to convert to fahrenheit
it is reccomended that you get our free toolbar with the unit conversion tool
accessisible from the gadgets menu by clicking here




Click here for The Unclassified Navy sea temperatures chart



Fish Charters Data observation helpful for sport fishing data collection and rout planning



How to tell if a fin above the water belongs to a shark or dolphin


A sharks dorsal fin will have a straighter trailing edge while the dolphin and porpoise have a very curved trailing edge dorsal fin.
You can also feel confident in being able to spot a shark fin by knowing the sharks tail fins are vertical and sometimes break the surface ever so slightly behind the dorsal fin. Dolphins, porpoises and whales tail fins are horizontal. Many shark species also have the second small dorsal fin close to the tail that may be seen protruding from the water. See descriptive drawing below.

Dorsal fin of dolphin

Dolphin dorsal fin

Shark dorsal fin

Shark dorsal fin


shark or dolphin

Shark or Dolphin fin?

Shark protection device

Shark protection device