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Biggest Tsunami Countdown
[ ] - A countdown of the five biggest tsunami events in recorded history.
Pacific Tsunami Museum
[ ] - Promotes public education about tsunamis for the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Region. Includes answers to commonly asked questions and tsunami photographs.
Savage Earth: Waves of Destruction
[ ] - Highlights include animated illustrations, articles, an "Ask the Experts" section, photographs, and video downloads.
Savage Seas - The Crow's Nest
[ ] - Discover the power of waves and how fast they can travel. Includes animations and videos clips.
Surviving A Tsunami—Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan
[ ] - Booklet about how to survive a tsunami that includes stories of people who survived tsunamis in Chile, Hawaii, and Japan.
[ ] - Learn the story behind tsunamis, and how to respond to a tsunami warning.
[ ] - Find the right picture to answer these questions, and do a word search. [PDF]
Tsunami WebQuest 2004
[ ] - Provides detailed instructions and resources for a student team project on the causes and consequences of the Asian tsunamis.
Tsunami Word Search Game
[ ] - Find the words in the puzzle.
Tsunami in Indian Ocean
[ ] - Diagrams showing travel time in hours plus an animation of the earthquake and generated tsunami. From the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan. [English and Japanese]
[ ] - Answers many questions about the topic. What does tsunami mean? How are they created? What happens to a tsunami as it approaches land?
Tsunami: The Great Wave
[ ] - Discusses what tsunamis are, what causes them, and how warning systems can help save lives.
University of Southern California Tsunami Research Group
[ ] - Shows where tsunamis have struck in the past and what they have done.
Wave That Shook the World
[ ] - Answers questions about the Indian Ocean tsunami and also describes how these huge waves are formed and where they have happened in the past.
West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center
[ ] - Features safety brochures and statistics about tsunami and earthquakes. Can be downloaded as PDF documents for printing.
Wikipedia - 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake
[ ] - Country by country reports of damage, historical and regional comparisons. Includes technical information on the quake and plate tectonics.
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