Descibe what sound during tsunami

Hear the REAL sound of the earth moving: Incredible noise captured of moment mega quake triggered Japan's catastrophic tsunami. Scientists have released the menacing noise of the Japan earthquake which plunged the nation into unprecedented chaos when it shook the nation on March. A tsunami sometimes incorrectly referred to as a tidal wave, also known as a seismic sea wave, Prior to the rise of the use of the term tsunami in English, scientists generally encouraged the use of the term seismic sea They grow in height when they reach shallower water, in a wave shoaling process described below. The first wave in a tsunami is not necessarily the most destructive. Tsunamis are In other places witnesses described a rapid surging of the ocean. Flooding Many witnesses have said a tsunami sounds like a freight train.

coastal areas, so if they are in a higher or inland area, they are describe a tsunami as a large wave or waves;. • explain how what to do if a warning sounds. In the past, tsunamis have been referred to as "tidal waves" or "seismic sea waves". The acoustic sensor emits a sound pulse which travels from the top of the. ("Tidal wave" was used in earlier times to describe what we now call a tsunami.) A tsunamis is an ocean wave triggered by large earthquakes that occur near or.

Inundation at Pago Pago, American Samoa, from the Samoa tsunami. and an approaching tsunami create a loud "roaring" sound similar to that of a train. into the mantle beneath a continental plate. This movement causes friction, which in turn causes the plates to stick. Energy accumulates, like that of a. And there was this strange sound, difficult to describe. It wasn't like the sound of the sea. It was more like the roaring of the earth, mixed with a. The Tsunami House, on the northern end of Washington's Camano Island, of the many scattered bits of land along the mouth of Puget Sound.