A new scientific paper looks at 50 extreme-wave events in Irish
waters, from a 67-metre Mayo monster to Galway Bay’s freak 12-metre wave The new article out this week in Natural Hazards and Earth Systems Sciences
describes historical extreme-wave events in Irish waters,
stretching out to the Continental Shelf and back in time to the turn of the last
ice age. Read all of Claire O'Connell's article in the Irish Times.