Park University natural disasters

Tsunami is created by big splashes made in the deep

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18. Tsunami is created by big "splashes" made in the deep ocean by all but which of the following?  A. fault movements B. volcanic eruptions C. landslides D. hurricanes E. meteor impacts 19. The captain of a ship tells you that he once experienced a huge tsunami while sailing in the Pacific  Ocean several hundred miles from any landmass. You decide that this sounds a little farfetched because  __________________.  20. The great 1960 Chile earthquake (M 9.5) unleashed a tsunami that killed over 1,000 Chileans. These  waves also killed 61 people in Hilo, Hawaii, 14 hours after the earthquake, and another 185 people in  4
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GO125Natural Disasters, Final exam, CS Verma Park University ________, 22.5 hours after the earthquake.  21. Detailed mapping of the ocean bottom around the Hawaiian Islands revealed a previously  unrecognized tsunami source. What did geologists discover on the seafloor in this area?  22. Geologists have shown that the east coast of the United States faces a serious tsunami threat from  ________.  A. large earthquakes offshore of Portugal B. volcanic flank collapse in the Canary Islands C. break up of Antarctic ice shelves D. meteor impact in the Mediterranean Sea E. landslides along the white cliffs of Dover 23. In the last 5.5 million years, rifting action has torn Baja California and California west of the San  Andreas Fault (including San Diego, Los Angeles, and Santa Cruz) from the ______________. 
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