Tsunamis

Are there any places where tsunami happen?

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Japan has had a tsunami

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In places nearer to the equator.


thailand for sure probably many others too!


A tsunami happens near the sea or any beach


yes one or two happen in japan


what part of Thailand did the tsunami 2004 happen


There is none. Tsunamis can happen at any time.


No, it's not possible for a tsunami to hit Pennsylvania because the state isn't close enough to any very large bodies of water for a tsunami to happen.


The Earthquake occurred before the tsunami as it is what caused the tsunami.


A tsunami can happen any time they mostly happen after earthquakes so if your close by the beach you better start running to the highest place. Underwater earthquakes trigger tsunamis


The Tsunami was caused by the large earthquake that preceded it.


The Indian Earthquake Tsunami happened in 2004.


A scientist knows when a tsunami will happen depending on the wheather that day and the waves movements.


Climate has nothing to do with the formation of a tsunami. Tsunamis occur in places where there are a lot of active submarine earthquake zones.


A tsunami happens most often at Hawaii.


in places that has costlines


The tsunami of Sumatra happened on December 14, 2004.


an earthquake under the ocean caused the tsunami


It is impossible to predict when a tsunami will happen until it is triggered.


It is unknown what places will be affected by the next mega tsunami.


Countless times. They date back in time and today historians are discovering places that have been affected by a tsunami.


some places are places that don't have tsunamis occuring.


Tsunamis can happen under any weather conditions as they are not weather-related.


Yes, to certain places in America. They have sent out tsunami alerts in places like Guam, California and Hawaii. In Hawaii the tsunami height is about 2.1m (6.9 ft).


Well if your on about the Indonisian Tsunami that was in 2004 anyothers im not sure of :)


No. A pool is much too small and shallow for a tsunami to form.



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