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Could this be the “big one” that sets off a chain reaction to the ring of fire?
The highest hazard is in the eastern Mediterranean owing to earthquakes along the Hellenic Arc, but most of the Mediterranean coastline is prone to tsunami impact. Our method allows us to identify the main sources of tsunami hazard at any given location and to investigate the potential for issuing timely tsunami warnings. We find that the probability of a tsunami wave exceeding 1 m somewhere in the Mediterranean in the next 30 years is close to 100%. This underlines the urgent need for a tsunami warning system in the region.
We present the first probabilistic estimate of tsunami hazard in the Mediterranean Sea, showing that the entire region is prone to devastating tsunami events (e.g., Figure 6). Highest hazard is found in the eastern Mediterranean where peak coastal tsunami amplitudes (PCTA) exceeding 10 m can be expected on a 5000 year time scale (Figure 6c). In the western Mediterranean, the hazard is lower, but tsunami waves exceeding 1 m are possible at most locations.
originally posted by: oldcarpy
originally posted by: one4all
They are doing dry runs prepping for the incoming 2021 VGCDW/Vlar Global Continental Displacement Wave Event which will impact all Coastlines of all Continents..
No, they aren't and no it won't because there is no such thing.
originally posted by: ChefFox
a reply to: Phage
Well not in 18 months from now nor inn 18 years.
Lets not start the Y2K nonsense or 2012 nonsense.
originally posted by: mikell
Just checked 633 feet above sea level so were good here.
Let her rip!!
you need a model to follow and then you need to pick your spot from there.