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Waves on the horizon

After recent events in Japan and the Indian Ocean, the world is alert to the risk posed by earthquake-generated tsunamis. A team of scientists are now seeking to understand a rarer type of tsunami caused by huge underwater landslides, and determine whether climate change might affect their frequency. Project leader Peter Talling, of the National Oceanography Centre, talks to Nature Climate Change.

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Waves on the horizon. Nature Clim Change 3, 179 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate1815

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