[ExI] Tsunami height)
jrd1415 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 21:11:00 UTC 2011
Lituya Bay, Alaska. Breathtakingly beautiful scenery. Occasionally
good surfing. Probably not a good place to build a nuclear power
plant, summer home, or retirement community. With or without
Best, Jeff Davis
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Inside a dog it's too dark to read."
2011/3/25 John Clark <jonkc at bellsouth.net>:
> On Mar 25, 2011, at 11:12 AM, Keith Henson wrote:
> That's 77 feet, 5 inches. Or, about the height of a six- or
> seven-story building. It wasn't a record, though. Kyodo says that:
> "The tsunami wave measured in the city of Ofunato was lower than the
> domestic record of 38.2 meters [125 feet. 4 inches] marked in the 1896
> Meiji Sanriku Earthquake Tsunami, and 34.9 meters [114 feet, 6 inches]
> logged in the wake of the 2004 earthquake off the Indonesian coast of
> That's not a record either, the record for the tallest tsunami ever recorded
> is 524 meters (1,724 feet) at Lituya Bay Alaska on July 9 1958.
> John K Clark
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