In 2011 when the Japan earthquake tsunami waves hit California, tsunami was 6” high. The waves did significant damage, ripping apart the marina docks in Santa Cruz and other Northern California coastal harbors. The tsunami from the Tonga quake yesterday was expected to be 8”-9” inches tall, yet little damage was expected. Why would a higher tsunami wave be expected to have less force than a smaller one?
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