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Freak waves in 2005

Abstract : Information about freak wave events in the ocean reported by mass media and derived from personal observations in 2005 is collected and analysed. Nine cases are selected as true freak wave events from a total number of 27 mentioned. Besides rogue waves in the open sea, the problem of freak wave events on the shore is emphasized. These accidents are related to unexpected wave impact upon the coast and shore constructions or to sudden intensive flooding of the coast. Of the nine events considered reliable here, three events correspond to open-sea cases, while the six others occurred nearshore.
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I. I. Didenkulova, A. V. Slunyaev, E. N. Pelinovsky, C. Kharif. Freak waves in 2005. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Copernicus Publ. / European Geosciences Union, 2006, 6 (6), pp.1007-1015. ⟨hal-00330918⟩

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