A tsunami also known as a seismic sea wave, is a series of waves in a water
body caused by .... A tsunami can occur in any tidal state and even at low tide can
still inundate coastal areas. On April...
The term tsunami has its origins in the Japanese language; an English ... that
ripple, it seems to disappear as time goes on--but in actuality, it does not stop.
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Apr 3, 2011 ... Japan's Tsunami: How It Happened, investigates the science behind the
earthquake and tsunami that has devastated Japan. It takes viewers ...
Apr 1, 2011 ... Tsunamis are very dangerous and cause massive destruction. Unfortunately, the
world has been hit with two massive tsunamis in the last ...
Tsunamis are formed by violent underwater earthquakes, landslides, volcanic
eruptions, and, rarely, meteor impacts. These events cause sudden and drastic ...
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Tsunamis arise from the sudden displacement of gigantic water masses due to ...
If the sea bed is displaced sidewards, no tsunami will occur as, for example, ...
When an earthquake, volcano or landslide happens on the ocean floor, ... It is
hard to see that a tsunami is approaching. ... What effects does a tsunami have?
Mar 11, 2011 ... Tsunamis, such as the one generated by the magnitude 8.9 earthquake today (
March 11) in Japan, are often generated by massive temblors ...
By far, the most destructive tsunamis are generated from large, shallow ... More
than 80% of the world's tsunamis occur in the Pacific along its Ring of Fire ...