Links related to this lecture
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- Animations of tsunami propagation from the National Tidal Facility of Australia.
- General information on tsunamis with details about major tsunami occurrences including the tsunami of 17 July 1998 in Papua New Guinea. Contains further links.
- The home page of the Pacific Tsunami Museum in Hilo, Hawaii. Has links to a tsunami photo archive and a good page of "Frequently Asked Questions".
- Check the conditions in Hilo Bay, Hawaii, with a live web camera on the rooftop of the Pacific Tsunami Museum and see whether a tsunami is on its way. (You will see mostly car traffic.)
- A seiche calculator by Robert Dalrymple of the University of Delaware. (require a Java enabled browser)
- An article about internal waves in the atmosphere with photos of cloud patterns produced by internal waves.
- Examples of internal waves from the image gallery of Prof. M. S. Cramer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA).
- The internal wave images page of B. Sutherland, University of Alberta, Canada.
- Laboratory movies of internal waves (MPEG, suitable for Quicktime) prepared by B. Ruddick, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.