INTRODUCTION A natural calamities is a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of the Earth; examples include floods, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geologic processes. It can cause loss of life or property damage, and typically leaves some economic damage in its wake, the severity of which depends on the affected population's resilience, or ability to recover. The earth’s wrath destroys everything in its stride. Usually it is at peace but once it unleashes its fury, it destroys anything and everything that comes in its way. Natural calamities affect thousands of lives, and leave the survivors to deal with its aftereffects. `This paper will be focusing on the physics generated from natural disasters. The specific natural disaster that will be focused on in this essay is tsunami waves. The paper will explain various ways that tsunamis may be generated which can even happen from the results of another natural disaster, the damage that tsunamis can cause as it hits land, and of course the physics in the tsunami’s waves relative to the damages. Tsunamis are one of the world’s most dangerous and a commonly formed natural disaster needing only a build up into a wall of water forced by other natural disasters such as earthquakes, landslides, and volcanic eruptions. These cause the waves to become vertically displaced and they begin to form into much larger waves due to gravitational influence as the water attempts to find its equilibrium after being displaced.
TSUNAMI There are various different ways that waves can become displaced through natural disasters and cosmic collisions, though natural disasters are much more commonly associated in the cause of tsunamis. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and landslides are the disasters that are known to cause tidal waves to begin to form. The eruptions from volcanoes and landslides are usually always submarine disasters, meaning that they happen underwater. Generally the tsunamis