# NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE GLOBAL TSUNAMI : Indonesian Tsunami of 26 December 2004

@inproceedings{KowalikNUMERICALMO, title={NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE GLOBAL TSUNAMI : Indonesian Tsunami of 26 December 2004}, author={Zygmunt Kowalik} }

A new model for the global tsunami computation is constructed. It includes a high order of approximation for the spatial derivatives. The boundary condition at the shore line is controlled by the total depth and can be set either to runup or to the zero normal velocity. This model, with spatial resolution of one minute, is applied to the tsunami of 26 December 2004 in the World Ocean from 80◦S to 69◦N. Because the computational domain includes close to 200 million grid points, a parallel… CONTINUE READING

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