Sea foam after a storm

Sea foam after a storm

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Credit: DR NEIL OVERY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Sea foam after a storm. View of a beach covered in sea foam (spume) produced during a recent storm. Sea foam is produced when sea water containing a high concentration of dissolved organic matter is mixed and agitated. The organic matter acts as a surfactant, or foaming agent. Photographed at Sea Point, Western Cape, South Africa.

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