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.
A new suite of DART buoys in the South Pacific Ocean spotted waves set in motion by three tsunamigenic earthquakes that occurred within hours of one another.
Videos de Twitter y YouTube ayudaron a los científicos a descubrir los mecanismos físicos que generaron el gran tsunami en Palu Bay después de un terremoto de magnitud 7.5.
Videos from Twitter and YouTube helped scientists tease out the physical mechanisms that generated the large tsunami in Palu Bay after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake.
Lab experiments of fluidized granular flows entering the water shed light on the dynamics of tsunami generation by fast-moving, pyroclastic density currents at volcanic islands or coastal volcanoes.
A next-generation network of seismic and wave sensors in the southwestern Pacific will warn coastal residents of an approaching tsunami before they see the wave.
Navigation satellites are enabling high-precision, real-time tracking of ground displacements, supplementing traditional methods for monitoring and assessing earthquakes.
The scale and pattern of damage to the Puerto Rican forests suggest a complex interplay between wind, land, and sea.
Sediments dug up from sea caves help reconstruct past climate, contributing to better storm predictions.
The roundness of sediment deposits may shed light on how big tsunamis were in the past and how to evaluate hazards in the future.