(/(t)su:'na:mi/) is a series of water waves (called a tsunami wave train[1]) that is caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water, such as an ocean.*

Alaska Tsunami Warning Center: Near real-time tsunami informational bulletins

The Physics of Tsunamis: How is a tsunami generated and how does it propagate?

A Survey of Great Tsunamis: How have tsunamis affected humans?

The Tsunami Warning System: How are people in coastal areas warned about tsunamis?

Tsunami Hazard Mitigation: How can you protect yourself from a tsunami?

Survey and Research Information

Recent Tsunami Events: Multimedia documentations of recent, significant tsunamis

Tsunami Research: Information about ongoing tsunami research


Related WWW Sites: On-line information about tsunamis, earthquakes, and other natural disasters

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Background on the Development of Tsunami!

Acknowledgments: The people and organizations who have made this project possible

Motivation: The impetus for this project

Design: Document design considerations


* Source: Wikipedia