Rogue waves are generated in open water by winds, currents, non-linear and
phenomena such as solitons. These cause a single wave to form that is far larger
Rogue, freak, or killer waves have been part of marine folklore for centuries, but
have ... When waves formed by a storm develop in a water current against the ...
Rogue waves are gigantic ocean waves that can be over 100 feet high that seem
to appear out of nowhere. ... Tsunamis are caused by undersea earthquakes.
Dec 3, 2012 ... Rogue waves develop from swells interacting with currents and ... was probably
caused by at least one rogue wave on Lake Superior, part of ...
Why do rogue waves exceed the significant wave height by so much? ...
Scientists think some waves may be caused by randomly occurring wave
Rogue Waves. Dr. Ballard tells of the first time he encountered a rogue wave.
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Mar 4, 2010 ... Cruise-Ship Disaster: How Do 'Rogue Waves' Work? ... They created a metal
platform in a lab measuring 26 cm by 36 cm (about 10 in. by 14 in.) ...
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Oct 6, 2009 ... A collection or rogue waves/freak waves videos. ... monsters out in the sea
attacking ships that maybe giant rogue waves might of the cause of it ...
Oct 19, 2009 ... How freak or rogue waves form in the ocean is not well understood, but new ... In
this case, a confining potential is created by the wave itself, ...
This can cause waves to join up and create larger waves. Both of these are
possible explanations for how rogue waves are caused. Rogue waves are ...