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Tsunamis

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Timeline 27-45 2000 A.D. 6000 B.C. 1700 A.D. 1900 A.D. Warning 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c by Jamie Frost 1800 A.D. December 26, 2004
Indian Ocean 230,000 Deaths August 15, 2007
Peru 520 Deaths September 29,2009
Samoa 200 Deaths March 11, 2011
Japan Tsunamis 7700,000 Sicily
6000 B.C. Caused by an eruption of Mt. Etna
Scientists believe it was taller than a ten story building Portugal
Nov. 1, 1755 60,000 people killed


Tried to escape by boat from land earthquake Sumatra
Aug. 27, 1883 Caused by an eruption of Mt. Krakatoa

Drowned 36,000 people

120 foot waves Japan June 15, 1896 100 foot waves

27,000 deaths Alaska/Hawaii
April 1, 1946 Killed 159 people, mostly Hawaiians

April Fools Tsunami Alaska
July 9, 1958 1,720 foot high wave
Largest tsunami in recent history
2 deaths Chile
May 22, 1960 Largest recorded earthquake at the time
75 foot waves
Hit the coast in 15 minutes
1,500 deaths Alaska
March 27, 1964 Good Friday earthquake
Waves as high as 200 feet
120 deaths Philippines
August 23, 1976 8,000 deaths Papua New Guinea
July 17, 1998 16,000 Deaths 2,200 deaths http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,293420,00.html
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