There are many causes and forms of oceanic waves. The scientific definition of “oceanic waves” are those waves which are caused by wind blowing on the surface of the water. These are different than tides, which are caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun. Additionally, these waves are different than tsunamis and other waves generated by natural earthquakes, landslides or explosions. The largest and strongest type of wind wave is a rogue waves. Additionally, tidal waves and tsunamis are the strongest (and largest!) non-wind based waves.
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