Rogue Waves And Tsunami Comparison

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Meica Rogue waves and tsunamis have two things in common, they both come from water, and they are destructive.The topics are rogue waves, tsunamis, and the difference. Rogue waves and tsunamis are caused in the water but are in different part of the ocean. Tsunamis are formed in the Pacific Ocean and rogue waves are formed in the Indian Ocean. Rough waves are an open water phenomenon, in which winds, currents, nonlinear phenomena cause a wave to briefly form that is far larger than the "average" large occurring wave of that time and place. rogue waves can form in large bodies of freshwater as well as the ocean.The first rogue wave confirmed with scientific evidence,it has a maximum height of 25.6 metres (84 ft).rogue waves can also reach up to about 30 meters or 100 feet high. A rogue wave estimated at 18.3 meters (60 feet) in the Gulf Stream off of Charleston, S.C. At the time, surface winds …show more content…

Tsunamis can go the same speed as a jetliner and that massive wave can out run the fastest runner. When there is a lot of waves at once, or the water goes back that is a sign that a tsunami is coming. If that tsunami is far then people need to get to the tallest and strongest building there is in the city that way they are safe and helicopter can pick them up. Tsunamis can wipe out an entire city or 1/4 of the country. Tsunamis can last up to an hour, or more. They are very dangerous. Tsunamis and rogue waves are have more difference than similar. Tsunamis last longer than rogue waves do, rogue waves last until it hits something, tsunamis on the other hand last for an hour or more. They formed in different parts of the ocean, like Indian Ocean is where tsunamis form and Atlantic Ocean where rogue waves form. Tsunamis can kill 230,000–280,000 people and rogue waves kill very little people. The only similarity they have is they are destructive and they’re formed in

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