The previous chapters have revealed the tsunami impacts on the coastal physical characteristics such as water masses, turbulent flows and solitary wave generations. The optical remote sensing, specially high resolution sensor, such as Quickbird delivered precise information about 2004 tsunami impacts on coastal zones. On the contrary, there were not any SAR visit data recorded on 26th December 2004. Unfortunately, there were a few SAR sensors of ENVISAT data archived post the 2004 tsunami. SAR data, however, have proved to be a promising tool for detecting sea surface phenomena. Can SAR data deliver precise clues about the tsunami inducing sea surface features, for instance, internal wave?