1. Surprising tsunami triggers may lurk off California's coast  Los Angeles Times
  2. Two of the Most Destructive Forces of Nature – Earthquakes and Tsunamis – May Be a Bigger Threat Than Thought  SciTechDaily
  3. Previously unrecognized tsunami hazard identified in coastal cities  Phys.org
  4. Surprising tsunami triggers may lurk off California's coast, scientists say  Yahoo News
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Earthquakes along strike-slip faults can cause tsunamis in certain contexts, a new model shows — and such faults exist right off parts of California.Earthquakes along strike-slip faults can cause tsunamis in certain contexts, a new model shows — and such faults exist right off parts of California.

Surprising tsunami triggers may lurk off California's coast - Los Angeles Times

Earthquakes along strike-slip faults can cause tsunamis in certain contexts, a new model shows — and such faults exist right off parts of California.Earthquakes along strike-slip faults can cause tsunamis in certain contexts, a new model shows — and such faults exist right off parts of California.

Surprising tsunami triggers may lurk off California's coast, scientists say

A new study found overlooked tsunami hazards related to undersea, near-shore strike-slip faults, especially for coastal cities adjacent to faults that traverse inland bays. Several areas around the world ...

Previously unrecognized tsunami hazard identified in coastal cities

Two of the most destructive forces of nature — earthquakes and tsunamis — might actually be more of a threat than current estimates according to new research conducted by scientists at The University of New Mexico and the Nanyang Technological University published today (May 3, 2021) in Nature Geosc

Two of the Most Destructive Forces of Nature – Earthquakes and Tsunamis – May Be a Bigger Threat Than Thought

Two of the Most Destructive Forces of Nature – Earthquakes and Tsunamis – May Be a Bigger Threat Than Thought – SciTechDaily