Possible strong earthquake in Crete would cause a devastating tsunami that could flood the coast at a depth of at least five meters, shows the model which was developed by European team with Greek participation.
Simulations assessing how the system would have responded to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake show that a tsunami alarm would have been raised in 7 minutes or less, thus might had saved many of the 22,000 killed by the massive tsunami that followed the earthquake.
A very large landslide or the shallow M4.0 earthquake registered by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), 28 km north of the village of Nuugaatsiaq, in the western coast of Greenland, are the two possible causes of the tsunami waves that swept away more than 11 houses and killed four people on June 18, 2017.
Port Royal is a city located at the end of a 18-mile sandy beach known as Palisadoes, in south-east Jamaica. It was founded in 1518, and it became the most important trading post in the Caribbean Sea, because of its strategic location.