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The Global Perspective on Meteotsunami Science

This book contains a collection of papers from the special issue on the global perspective on meteotsunami science, published in Vol. 106 (2) of the journal Natural Hazards. By topic, the contributions are covering overview studies, case studies of actual events, introduction of new insights into meteotsunami modelling, new techniques in meteotsunami monitoring and detection, and those describing meteotsunami operational and forecast systems. More than half of all papers describe specific meteotsunami events observed in most of the world ocean basins, some others at a rudimentary level recall previous extreme episodes, while several papers contain thorough analysis of either atmospheric conditions or oceanic sea-level response.

The book is intended for specialists in oceanography and atmospheric sciences, tsunami and fluid dynamics scientists, climatologists, coastal hazard agencies and managers, ocean engineers and many others, including students and science policy-makers, in particular in the regions affected by this potentially destructive coastal hazard.

The chapters "Proudman resonance with tides, bathymetry and variable atmospheric forcings", "Long wave generation and coastal amplification due to propagating atmospheric pressure disturbances", "On the potential of ensemble forecasting for the prediction of meteotsunamis in the Balearic Islands: sensitivity to atmospheric model parameterizations", and "Combined hazard of typhoon-generated meteorological tsunamis and storm surges along the coast of Japan" are available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via

Previously published in Natural Hazards, Volume 106, Issue 2, 2021

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Ivica Vilibic is an oceanographer employed by the Ruder BoSkovic Institute (IRB), Croatia, following previous engagements in the Croatian Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries and Hydrographic Institute. He has been engaged in developing, promoting and directing of the meteotsunami science for almost 20 years. In all of his research, that included various oceanic, atmospheric, climate and environmental topics spanning over a variety of timescales, from minutes to decades, he published about 135 research papers, and leaded and participated in dozens of international projects. In 2019, he was the chief organiser of the First World Conference on Meteotsunamis, held in Split, Croatia. His activities also span over international (European) and national science policy issues, research integrity investigations and varia.

Alexander B. Rabinovich is an internationally recognized research scientist working at the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia) and at the Institute of Ocean Sciences, Department of Fisheries and Oceans (Sidney, BC, Canada). Dr. Rabinovich specializes in research on tsunamis, tides, seiches and other types of sea level variability. He began his work on meteorological tsunamis about 30 years ago, and is considered one of the pioneers in the examination of this hazardous phenomenon throughout the World Ocean. He is the author and coauthor of over 150 peer-reviewed publications, including articles in Science and Nature, and has been the guest editor in leading primary journals on 13 topical issues on tsunamis, tides and meteotsunamis. Since 2015, he has served as the Editor-in-Chief of Pure and Applied Geophysics, Springer (Regular issues/Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences).

Eric J. Anderson is a physical scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA, in Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL). He has led hydrodynamic research at GLERL for over ten years and served as the lead developer of NOAA's Great Lakes Operational Forecast System. He has focused on meteotsunami prediction since an event on Lake Erie in 2012. He is author of over 50 peer reviewed publications and received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in 2019.



Editorial.- Meteotsunamis at global scale: problems of event identification, parameterization and cataloguing.- On the possibility of seismic recording of meteotsunamis.- Operational tool for characterizing high-frequency sea level oscillations.- Proudman resonance with tides, bathymetry and variable atmospheric forcings.- Long wave generation and coastal amplification due to propagating atmospheric pressure disturbances.- The Mediterranean and Black Sea meteotsunamis: an overview.- The Balearic rissaga: from pioneering research to present-day knowledge,- Forecasting meteotsunamis with neural networks: the case of Ciutadella harbour (Balearic Islands).- On the potential of ensemble forecasting for the prediction of meteotsunamis in the Balearic Islands: sensitivity to atmospheric model parameterizations.- Observing meteotsunamis ("Marrobbio") on the southwestern coast of Sicily.- Meteotsunami-related flooding and drying: numerical modeling of four Adriatic events.- The lower ionosphere disturbances observed during the chain of the meteotsunamis in the Mediterranean Sea in June 2014.- The 6-7 July 2010 meteotsunami along the coast of Portugal: insights from data analysis and numerical modelling.- Meteorologically generated long-period waves and their impact on the Dutch primary national flooding protection system.- Convective rear-flank downdraft as driver for meteotsunami along English Channel and North Sea coasts 28-29 May 2017.- Addressing the meteotsunami risk in the united states.- A high-amplitude atmospheric inertia-gravity wave-induced meteotsunami in Lake Michigan.- The meteorological tsunami of 1 November 2010 in the southern Strait of Georgia: a case study.- Meteotsunami model forecast: can coastal hazard be quantified in real time?.- Meteotsunamis in Brazil: an overview of known occurrences from 1977 to 2020.- Atmospherically induced large amplitude sea-level oscillations on October 29, 2019 at Santa Catarina, Brazil.- Numerical study of meteotsunamis driven by atmospheric gravity waves in coastal waters of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.- Extreme sea levels at Rapa Nui (Easter Island) during intense atmospheric rivers.- Combined hazard of typhoon-generated meteorological tsunamis and storm surges along the coast of Japan.- Unexpected meteotsunamis prior to Typhoon Wipha and Typhoon Neoguri.- Numerical study on a possible cause of the 'strange tide' in the coastal area of Jiangsu Province, China.- Real-time pressure disturbance monitoring system in the Yellow Sea: pilot test during the period of March to April 2018.- Resonant oscillations in the western part of the Peter the Great Gulf in the Sea of Japan.- Weather radar and ancillary observations of the convective system causing the northern Persian Gulf meteotsunami on 19 March 2017.


EAN / 13-stellige ISBN 978-3030870294
10-stellige ISBN 3030870294
Verlag Springer International Publishing
Imprint Springer Natural Hazards
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1. Auflage im Jahr 2022
Anmerkungen zur Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Editionsform Hardcover / Softcover / Karten
Einbandart Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 24. November 2022
Seitenzahl 692
Beilage Paperback
Format (L×B×H) 23,5cm × 15,5cm × 3,7cm
Gewicht 1031g
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