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Synonyms for seaquake

an earthquake at the sea bed

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73) Obviously, seaquakes are different from tsunamis.
From a physics point of view, seaquakes are often linked to propagation of P acoustic waves through water.
Brongersma-Sanders (1957) reviewed factors known to cause mass mortalities in the marine environment, including hypoxia, algal blooms, volcanism, earth- or seaquakes, vertical currents, changes in temperature and salinity, and severe storms.
Seaquakes, giant waves and the Bermuda Triangle effect have all surfaced as explanations for this strange event, but no one has ever solved the mystery.
In July and August, the deep site was rocked by thousands of seaquakes, including the strongest ever recorded around Hawaii.