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Countries affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami

This article lists the countries affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and the resulting . Madagascar, Flooding in low-lying coastal districts. No reported

Impact of 2004 Tsunami in the Islands of Indian Ocean: Lessons

Tsunami of 2004, caused by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake, is the most devastating tsunami in modern times, affecting 18 countries in Southeast Asia and Southern Africa, killing more than 250,000 people in a single day, and leaving more than 1.7 million homeless.

Madagascar Field Survey after the December 2004 Indian Ocean

Madagascar Field Survey after the December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. The effects of the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on the island of Madagascar were surveyed in July and August of 2005.

Monster Tsunami May Have Created Madagascar's Giant Sand Dunes

Monster Tsunami May Have Created Madagascar's Giant Sand Dunes. The 2004 Banda Aceh earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia killed about 250,000 people, and the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that struck offshore Japan killed more than 15,000 people and triggered a nuclear disaster.

How the Boxing Day tsunami unfolded, hour by hour - Telegraph

Ten years ago this Boxing Day, an earthquake in Indonesia triggered multiple tsunamis in what would become one of the biggest natural

Field Survey of the 2004 Indonesian Tsunami in Madagascar

We present a report from the work of the International Tsunami Survey Team in Madagascar in the aftermath of the 2004 Sumatra tsunami. During an 11-day

Tsunami - Madagascar all stars - YouTube

The effects of the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on the island of Madagascar were surveyed in July and August of 2005. Runup and inundation were

Tsunami 2004 - YouTube

The effects of the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on the island of Madagascar were surveyed in July and August of 2005. Runup

Madagascar field survey after the December 2004 Indian Ocean

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