Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory
Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory

Chinese scientists say their model can predict dangerous ‘internal waves’ in Andaman Sea

  • The waves are so strong they can sink submarines, and the study findings could help to improve safety and combat capabilities
  • More than half of China’s foreign trade passes through the nearby Strait of Malacca and its naval activity has increased in the area

Topic |   China science
Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory
Some of the world’s largest “internal waves” occur in the Andaman Sea. Photo: Nasa Earth Observatory
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