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List of Tsunamis since 1600 BC
lemon
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03-14-2011 03:39 AM

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List of Tsunamis since 1600 BC
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Just a few from Wiki


* 1.1 ≈1600 BC: Santorini, Greece
* 1.2 426 BC: Maliakos Gulf, Greece
* 1.3 373 BC: Helike, Greece
* 1.4 365 AD: Alexandria, Eastern Mediterranean
* 1.5 684 AD: Hakuho, Japan (白鳳大地震)
* 1.6 869 AD: Sendai, Japan
* 1.7 887 AD: Ninna Nankai, Japan (仁和南海地震)

* 2.1 1293: Kamakura, Japan (鎌倉大地震)
* 2.2 1303: Eastern Mediterranean
* 2.3 1361: Shōhei Nankai, Japan (正平 & 康安)南海地震)
* 2.4 1498: Meiō Nankai, Japan (明応地震)
* 2.5 1541: Nueva Cadiz, Venezuela
* 2.6 1605: Keichō Nankaido, Japan
* 2.7 1607: Bristol Channel, Great Britain
* 2.8 1698: Seikaido-Nankaido, Japan

* 3.1 1700: Vancouver Island, Canada
* 3.2 1707: Hōei, Japan (宝永大地震)
* 3.3 1741: W. Hokkaido, Japan
* 3.4 1755: Lisbon, Portugal
* 3.5 1771: Yaeyama Islands, Okinawa, Japan (八重山地震)
* 3.6 1792: Mount Unzen, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyūshū, Japan (島原大変肥後迷惑)

* 4.1 1833: Sumatra, Indonesia
* 4.2 1854: Nankai, Tokai, and Kyushu Japan (安政南海地震)
* 4.3 1855: Edo, Japan (安政江戸大地震)
* 4.4 1868: Hawaiian Islands
* 4.5 1868: Arica, Chile
* 4.6 1883: Krakatoa, Sunda Strait, Indonesia
* 4.7 1896: Meiji Sanriku, Japan (明治三陸地震)


* 5.1 1908: Messina, Italy
* 5.2 1923: Kanto, Japan (関東大震災)
* 5.3 1929: Newfoundland
* 5.4 1933: Showa Sanriku, Japan (昭和三陸地震)
* 5.5 1944: Tonankai, Japan (東南海地震)
* 5.6 1946: Nankaidō, Japan (南海地震)
* 5.7 1946: Aleutian Islands

* 6.1 1952: Severo-Kurilsk, Kuril Islands, USSR
* 6.2 1958: Lituya Bay, Alaska, USA
* 6.3 1960: Valdivia, Chile
* 6.4 1963: Vajont Dam, Monte Toc, Italy
* 6.5 1964: Niigata, Japan (新潟地震)
* 6.6 1964: Alaska, USA
* 6.7 1976: Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
* 6.8 1979: Tumaco, Colombia
* 6.9 1983: Sea of Japan (日本海中部地震)
* 6.10 1993: Okushiri, Hokkaido, Japan (北海道南西沖地震)
* 6.11 1998: Papua New Guinea

* 7.1 2004: Indian Ocean
* 7.2 2006: South of Java Island
* 7.3 2006: Kuril Islands
* 7.4 2007: Solomon Islands
* 7.5 2007: Niigata, Japan (新潟県中越沖地震)
* 7.6 2009: Samoa, Pacific Ocean
* 7.7 2010: Chile
* 7.8 2010: Indonesia
* 7.9 2011: New Zealand
* 7.10 2011: Pacific coast of Japan



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historic_tsunami
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