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Carribean Sea Experiences Tsunami as Soufriere Volcano Dome Collapses

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/22/2006 11:13 AM
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Carribean Sea Experiences Tsunami as Soufriere Volcano Dome Collapses
Dome collapses, flights cancel, high waves

Monday May 22 2006

"Portions of the Caribbean Sea experienced tsunami type activity on Saturday with the collapse of the dome on the Langs Soufriere Volcano in neighbouring Montserrat.

Parts of Antigua’s southern coast in English Harbour and around the Jolly Harbour area were beaten with extraordinarily high swells, according to reports from the met office.

Director of the Montserrat Volcano Observatory (MVO) Dr. Sue Loughlin told the Antigua Sun that Guadeloupe was, however, worst affected.

“A tsunami of about one metre impacted at least one of the beaches in Guadeloupe, from what we heard. But we haven’t received any reports of it causing any injury or any damage,” she explained."

[link to www.antiguasun.com]
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05/22/2006 11:14 AM
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tsunami of about one metre impacted at least one of the beaches in Guadeloupe, from what we heard. But we haven’t received any reports of it causing any injury or any damage,” she explained

tsunami my ass.
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05/22/2006 11:19 AM
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AC 58,

Your ignorance is showing. Tsunami does not describe the size of the wave but the SOURCE of the wave.

Tsunami is any wave of any size directly attributable to seismic, crustal, or volcanic activity. In other words, something other than normal wave action.

Tsunami's can be measured in inches, just as they can be measured in meters.
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