Meteotsunami, Florida, USA

Meteotsunami, Florida, USA

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This image is part of the sequence environment: meteotsunami in Florida

Credit: JIM EDDS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Meteotsunami. Eroded beach sands exposed before a rare meteotsunami washed ashore along a beach in the Florida Panhandle region. A meteotsunami (or meteorological tsunami) is a wave-like surge in sea levels caused by weather phenomena, usually air pressure disturbances. Photographed on 23 March 2014, in Panama City Beach, Florida, USA. For a sequence of this meteotsunami, see images C022/3149 to C022/3151.

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