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Tsunami

Tsunami
A gigantic violent wave that is often caused by a
seaquake. It is caused when an earthquake occures in a body of water and waves spread sometimes thousands of miles from the epicenter.
" Greek historian Thucydides (460-305 B.C.) in his History of the Peloponnesian War was the first to associate tsunamis with underwater earthquakes" Read more facts at FactRetriever

"Tsunami waves can be as huge as 100 feet" Read more at facts at Conserve Energy Future.
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Tsunami by Walther C. Dudley and Min Lee
Tsunami To Survive from Tsunami by Susumu Murata
Tsunami: The Underrated Hazard by Edward Bryant
Sweeping Tsunamis by Louise Spilsbury and Richard Spilsbury
 
Online Resources  
NOAA Ready.gov National Geographic National Weather Center
Wikipedia Earth Eclipse Geology.com Pacific Tsunami Museum
VOA Owlcaton Geography for Kids Indian Ocean Info Center
 
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