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HazBlog-007: Landslide generated tsunami – the 2007 Chehalis Lake, B.C. Canada Example

Glacial trough lakes and fjords – deep, blue, beautiful, inviting. Several weeks ago, while developing materials for a new course on geology through the movies, we watched the 2015 Norwegian disaster/action-thriller The Wave, in which a rockfall high above the Geiranger Fjord creates a displacement wave (landslide-generated tsunami) up to 80 m high that destroysContinue reading “HazBlog-007: Landslide generated tsunami – the 2007 Chehalis Lake, B.C. Canada Example”

HazBlog Archive

  • 006 – Release the HazMapper | October 20, 2020 | How to use HazMapper v 1.0
  • 005 – Cyclone Harold | May 20, 2020 | Vanuatu | Mass Wasting, Defoliation
  • 004 – Horse River Fire | May 11, 2020 | Canada | Wildfire, Forest Recovery
  • 003 – Mount Nyiragongo Eruption | May 5, 2020 | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Lava Flow
  • 002 – Rainfall-Triggered Landslides | April 27, 2020 | Burundi | Mass Wasting
  • 001 – Easter-day Storm | April 19, 2020 | U.S.A. | Tornado

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