Past Tsunami in Australia

Bryant, Ted
March 2007
Issues;Mar2007, Issue 78, p28
The article discusses the authors experiences during the tsunami on the north coast of Papua New Guinea last July 17, 1998. She said that huge chunks of the Hawaiian and Canary Islands have slipped into the ocean. She's colleagues and her identified a range of features around the Australian coast that appear to be formed uniquely by tsunami.


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