Study Exposes Weird Tsunamis Caused by Gravity Waves

Study Exposes Weird Tsunamis Caused by Gravity Waves
(Don Campbell/The Herald-Palladium via AP)

On April 13, 2018, a huge swell of water broke on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. It was a tsunami, one far from any fault line typically associated with the ginormous waves. This was a meteotsunami, a wall of water forged from the air conditions above it.

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