How Tall Is a Tsunami?


When a tsunami is in the deep sea it is only about 3 feet tall. Once it hits the coast it can be up to 100 feet tall. Most tsunamis occur in the Pacific Ocean.
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On the surface of the open ocean, tsunamis are very small, usually reaching heights of about 3 feet, but once they are near the shore line they start growing and can reach up to 80
they reached up to thirty feet, and only ended up being like 6 feet in cali.
Tsunami is a wave that can be hundreds of miles long and have been known to reach heights of
1. Fill a clear plastic container halfway with water and place it on a table. 2. Strike the front edge of the table lightly with a rubber mallet. Striking the front of the table produces
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A tsunami when first starting out will be about 3 feet higher than normal waves way out in the ocean. By the time it reaches landfall, it can be as big, if not bigger than a 10 story building causing major flood damage as well as deaths.
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When a tsunami starts, it is usually only about 3 feet and can go unnoticed. By the time it may reach landfall, it can become as high as a 10 story building. ...
A tsunami looks like a wave, or in the case of a big tsunami, a wall of water. It can range from a few inches to over one hundred feet tall, and travel almost ...
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