Landslide tsunami

@inproceedings{Ward2003LandslideT,
  title={Landslide tsunami},
  author={Steven N. Ward},
  year={2003}
}
In the creation of "surprise tsunami," submarine landslides head the suspect list. Moreover, improving technologies for seafloor mapping continue to sway perceptions on the number and size of surprises that may lie in wait offshore. At best, an entirely new distribution and magnitude of tsunami hazards has yet to be fully appreciated. At worst, landslides may pose serious tsunami hazards to coastlines worldwide, including those regarded as immune. To raise the proper degree of awareness… Expand
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