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What causes a tsunami? An ocean scientist explains the physics of these destructive waves

By Sally Warner, Assistant Professor of Climate Science, Brandeis University
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Tsunamis aren’t just bigger-than-average waves. Triggered by undersea earthquakes or volcanic eruptions like the one in Tonga, they are fast, massive and potentially destructive. Here’s why.The Conversation

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