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Waves That Shook the World

Waves That Shook the World Tsunamis are a very deadly and very scary natural phenomenon. This site, from the producers of the PBS Nova series, focuses on the espcially deadly Indian Ocean tsunami of December 26, 2004. It explains the anatomy, as well as what is being done to prepare for future
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Waves That Shook the World


Tsunamis are a very deadly and very scary natural phenomenon. This site, from the producers of the PBS Nova series, focuses on the espcially deadly Indian Ocean tsunami of December 26, 2004. It explains the anatomy, as well as what is being done to prepare for future tsunamis. In addition, it shows potential hot spots for future tsunamis.

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