Meteotsunami

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A meteotsunami or meteorological tsunami is a tsunami-like sea wave of meteorological origin.wikipedia
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Tsunami

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A meteotsunami or meteorological tsunami is a tsunami-like sea wave of meteorological origin.
The Storegga Slide in the Norwegian Sea and some examples of tsunamis affecting the British Isles refer to landslide and meteotsunamis predominantly and less to earthquake-induced waves.

Storm surge

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These events have produced over six feet in height and can resemble storm surge flooding.

Wind wave

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A meteotsunami or meteorological tsunami is a tsunami-like sea wave of meteorological origin.

Meteorology

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A meteotsunami or meteorological tsunami is a tsunami-like sea wave of meteorological origin.

Atmospheric pressure

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Meteotsunamis are generated when rapid changes in barometric pressure cause the displacement of a body of water.

Seiche

seichesseiche waveUnderwater wave
Only about 3% of historical tsunami events (from 2000 BC through 2014) are known to have meteorological origins, although their true prevalence may be considerably higher than this because 10% of historical tsunamis have unknown origins, tsunami events in the past are often difficult to validate, and meteotsunamis may have previously been misclassified as seiche waves.

Wavelength

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Their size, length and period is heavily dependent on the speed and severity of the storm front.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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In April 2019, NOAA determined that 25 meteotsunamis, on average, impact the Eastern Seaboard of the United States every year.

Catalan language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Portuguese language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Maltese language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Italian language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

German language

GermanGerman-languageGerman-speaking
In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Japanese language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Croatian language

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In some parts of the world, they are common enough to have local names: rissaga or rissague (Catalan), ressaca or resarca (Portuguese), milgħuba (Maltese), marrobbio or marrubio (Italian), Seebär (German), abiki or yota (Japanese), šćiga (Croatian).

Adriatic Sea

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Examples of particularly susceptible areas include Nagasaki Bay, the eastern Adriatic Sea, and the Western Mediterranean.

Kent

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Longkou

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