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Alaska tsunami, Alaska tsunami animation mov file
Aonae tsunami animation mpg file
Het ontstaan van een tsunami in Dutch
How do earthquakes cause tsunamis tsunamis can be generated when the sea floor abruptly deforms and vertically displaces the overlying water
How tsunamis form How tsunamis form, All about tsunamis
Rare tsunami photos
Satellite photos from Sumatra
Sumatra tsunami animation scientific background on the Indian Ocean Earthquake and tsunami
Surviving a tsunami contains true stories that illustrate how to survive-and how not to survive-a tsunami. It is meant for people who live, work, or play along coasts that tsunamis may strike. Such coasts surround most of the Pacific Ocean but also include other areas, such as the shores of the Caribbean, eastern Canada, and the Mediterranean
Tsunami damage photos Tsunami damage photos
Tsunamis the physics of tsunamis
Tsunamis What are Tsunamis, the phenomenon we call tsunami is a series of large waves of extremely long wavelength and period usually generated by a violent, impulsive undersea disturbance or activity near the coast or in the ocean
Tsunamis and earthquakes earthquakes are commonly associated with ground shaking that is a result of elastic waves traveling through the solid earth. However, near the source of submarine earthquakes, the seafloor is "permanently" uplifted and down-dropped, pushing the entire water column up and down. The potential energy that results from pushing water above mean sea level is then transferred to horizontal propagation of the tsunami wave (kinetic energy)
Tsunami a tsunami is a wave train, or series of waves, generated in a body of water by an impulsive disturbance that vertically displaces the water column. Earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions, explosions, and even the impact of cosmic bodies, such as meteorites, can generate tsunamis
Tsunami animation animated gif file
Tsunami animation tsunami Indonesia, animated gif file
Tsunamis in Indian Ocean from Sumatra earthquake
Tsunami photographs
Tsunami propagation animation Tsunami propagation animation
Tsunami research group tsunamis, earthquake geology, geophysics, civil engineering, fluid dynamics, aerospace engineering, remote sensing, geotechnical engineering, liquefation slope stability, landslide, Papua, New Guinea, Turkey, Nicaragua, Mexico, Japan, worldmap: video and animation (quicktime movie player)
Tsunami research program Tsunami Forecasting
Tsunami: the great waves the phenomenon we call "tsunami" (soo-NAH-mee) is a series of traveling ocean waves of extremely long length generated by disturbances associated primarily with earthquakes occurring below or near the ocean floor, part of Tsunami library
Tsunami warning system
Tsunami world map
Tsunamis Sometimes reaching heights of 40 meters (120 ft.) or more, tsunamis are the most dramatic and destructive of waves. Underwater disturbances, such as volcanoes, earthquakes and landslides, are the cause of these monster waves, ...killer waves, pdf file
Tsunamis tsunamis are seismic sea waves. Their name is a Japanese word meaning 'harbour waves'. They are often incorrectly called 'tidal waves' (rare events linked to tides). A tsunami is a series of travelling ocean waves of extremely long length and period. They are caused by under-sea events like earthquakes, landslides and volcanic eruptions; or by other natural events such as ocean meteorite impacts, or large landslides into bays or lakes
Tsunamis and earthquakes general information on how local tsunamis are generated by earthquakes as well as animations, virtual reality models of tsunamis, and summaries of past research studies
Tsunamis and tides Tsunamis and tides
Tsunami visualization mov file
Tsunami visualizations Tsunami visualizations
Undersea 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, 2004 Sumatra earthquake animated giffile
Video clips of the tsunami
Waves of destruction: tsunamis

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