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Measurements from a horizontal array of velocity sensors indicate that the alongshore scales of turbulence contributing to the near-bottom Reynolds stress just seaward of the surf zone on an ocean beach range from 0 to approximately 4 times the height of the measurements above the seafloor, with shorter scales during stable stratification than during neutral or unstable stratification. The dependence of alongshore turbulence scales on the stratification, Reynolds stress, and height above thedoi:10.1175/1520-0485(2003)033<1122:ssosnt>2.0.co;2 fatcat:um63gmpnwjfaxbx4yf6qrp4uai