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What part of a wave is the crest?

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The top part of a wave is the crest; the bottom is the trough.
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A tsunami is a swell in the ocean traveling at great speed. It may only be a foot or so high in the open water. It doesn't crest unless it reaches shallow water, like a coastline.
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