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Douglas, scale - The Douglas scale is used to measure the state of the sea based on the characteristics of waves; it consists of ten degrees starting from zero and in increasing intensity. A zero means that the sea is calm, while a ten would mean that waves exceed fourteen metres in high. This equals a number 12 in the Beaufort scale.


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