The water was most likely black because it was carrying a lot of
sediment. Much of the rock in Japan is basalt, which is usually
because of all of the smog (pollution)
Japan had an earthquake and a tsunami because the the pacific tectonic plate slammed against the plate japan was on and cause an earthquake in the water causing a tsunami.
Tsunami comes from Japan. TSU means big and Nami means water. Big Water.
Because of an Earthquake that happened which displaced a lot of water causing the tsunami.
Tsunami...right tsunami is a series of water wave caused by displacement of large volume of water...tsunami is not a state nor a town nor a city
The tsunami happened because the tectonic plates slipped causing a water displacement.
No, the earthquake in the ocean cause the water to make the tsunami
An earthquake completely shattered part of Japan causing the tsunami. A tsunami starts when part of the foundations of the country/island move the sea and pushes the water forwards, causing it to overlap itself and create a tsunami.
The Tohoku Tsunami in Japan was in 2011
They were taken over by the massive juggs of water
An earthquake off the coast displaced water.
It caused a Tsunami because of all the movement caused the water to move and it started a big tital wave which also is a tsunami.
before tsunami japan was really quite.
By the tectonic plates slipping which caused a displacement of water.
south west by a under water earthquake