Are mega-tsunamis real?

Wed 6 Sep • 14:00 – 15:00

C218 • Checkland
University of Brighton

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  • University of Brighton
  • Suitable for: 16+

    Mega-tsunamis are thought to be generated by meteor impacts, as well as large-scale collapses of volcanic islands and are supposedly able to catastrophically affect distant shorelines. Phill Teasdale questions these ideas and the geological evidence for such events which suggests that the effects may be confined to regions much closer to the source.

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