A new study shows how muons can be used to study tide and wave phenomena, helping secure coastal communities.
Scientists Hope Atmospheric Modeling Can Predict Meteotsunamis
The first extensively documented air pressure–driven meteotsunami on one of the Great Lakes presents an opportunity to use existing weather models to predict when these potentially deadly waves will strike.
Meteotsunami Spotted for the First Time in the Persian Gulf
The Persian Gulf, a region with high-end resorts and oil-related infrastructure dotting its shorelines, was hit in 2017 by weather-induced waves that rolled roughly a kilometer inland.
Weather-Induced Tsunami Waves Regularly Roll Up on U.S. Shores
Roughly 25 meteotsunamis strike coastlines between Maine and Puerto Rico each year, tide gauge data reveal.