WASHINGTON (AP) – Scientists have discovered the collapse of two fears of disasters – hurricanes and earthquakes – and call them "storms".
The shaking of the seabed during hurricanes and Norwegian forests thunders as an earthquake of magnitude 3.5 and can last for days, a study in the weekly journal Geophysical Research Letters shows. Earthquakes are quite common but have not been noticed before as they were considered seismic background noise.
The storm is stranger than something that can hurt you because no one stands on the seabed during a hurricane, said Wenyuan Fan, a seismologist at Florida State University who was the lead author of the study.
The combination of two frightening natural phenomena can lead to Sharknado consciousness, but the storm is real and not dangerous.
"This is the last thing you need to worry about," Feng told the Associated Press.
Storms trigger giant waves in the sea, which cause another type of wave. Then those secondary waves interact with the seabed ̵
A fan team detected 14,077 storms between September 2006 and February 2015 in the Gulf of Mexico and outside of Florida, New England, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Labrador and British Columbia.
Hurricane Ike in 2008 and Hurricane Irene in 2011 started many storms, according to the study.
Shaking is the type that creates the wave that creates the wave that
the seismic waves generated by the ocean appear on the tools of the US Geological Survey, "but in our mission to search for earthquakes, these waves are considered as background noise, "said USGS seismologist Paul Earl.