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Earth Changes/Seismic Activity
Tsunami/Tidal Waves
GeographyMajor Earth changes and destruction which can cause shifts in landmass and huge waves called a Tsunami.
Little Known Facts
1. "As a tsunami approaches the shore, water may recede from the coast, if it is shallow enough the water may be pulled back hundreds of meters. If you are in the area, observing this is a good indication that a tsunami is on the way." Read More at Earth Facts
2. "Greek historian Thucydides (460395 B.C.) in his History of the Peloponnesian Warwas the first to associate tsunamis with underwater earthquakes." Read More at Random Facts
Geography Earth Science Seismic Activity Glossary Disaster Science
Geography Earth Science Seismic Activity Glossary Disasters Science
Online Books
What is a Tsunami? by Walter C Dudley and Min Lee
Geometrics' in Tsunami By S. M. Ramasamy
How Does an Earthquake Become a Tsunami? By Linda Tagliaferro
Online Resources
USGS Wikipedia NOAA Database Welcome to Tsunami! HowStuffWorks
NASA Weather.gov NOAA Research Bureau of Meteorology Scholarly Articles