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Seismic and Meteorological Tsunami Contributions in the Manzanillo and Cabo San Lucas Seiches of September 14, 1995

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Seismic generated sea waves from the September 14, 1995, Mexico earthquake are favored over the waves generated by hurricane Ismael to be the cause of the increase in seiche amplitudes in Manzanillo and Cabo San Lucas tide stations. The arguments are based on travel time computations from the seismic source and the moving meteorological source. A relatively sudden increase in seiche amplitudes is consistent with the arrival time of the seismic tsunami, and previously existent background is likely produced by incoming waves from the hurricane.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2001

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