Tag: tsunami

Jamaica and the Caribbean’s Tsunami History

What are tsunamis? Tsunamis are a series of waves generated in the sea by sudden vertical displacements of a column of seawater. They come in all sizes from less than 1cm to tens of metres. An earthquake must have a magnitude of

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Tsunamis In Jamaica’s History

One of today’s lead stories in The Gleaner advised us not to worry about Kick ’em Jenny, the underwater volcano located eight kilometres north of Grenada, the eruption of which would lead to seismic activity that would affect several parts of

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – July 24, 2015

No Need To Worry About Kick ‘Em Jenny – Lyew-Ayee. The impact of any tsunami (giant sea wave) caused by an eruption of Kick ’em Jenny, the underwater volcano located eight kilometres north of Grenada, would in all likelihood be evident

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