Tsunami Rides Tides
Designated evidence of tsunami modulation by tide. Metrics for an instant tsunami amplitude. Metrics for the tidal river conditions. Separating the tidal and the tsunami signals. Omnipresent correlation with Wave-Locked Slope. Methodology of admittance computations between two along-river locations. Tackling data errors. Admittance vs WLS curves for 11 station pairs. When is a river’s admittance greater? Physics of admittance variations with WLS.
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