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Special Thanks
Paula Dunbar, NOAA
Eric Geist, U.S. Geological Survey
Jana Goldman, NOAA
Vasily Titov, Tsunami Program, NOAA/PMEL

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Wave That Shook the World homepage
Photo: © NASA/JPL

Wave of the Future
Photos: (fish on beach) © Joseph Khakshouri/Corbis; (1946 Hawaii tsunami) Courtesy Pacific Tsunami Museum archives/Aleta V. Smith Collection; (buoy) © NOAA/PMEL; (tsunami sign) © Connie Ricca/Corbis; (man and son) © Arko Datta/Reuters/Corbis

Ask the Expert
Photos: (Lori Dengler close-up and with helicopter) Courtesy of Lori Dengler

Anatomy of a Tsunami
Images: (Indian Ocean map) © GlobeXplorer; (tsunami wavelength illustrations) © WGBH/NOVA, adapted from graphics by Vasily Titov, NOAA/PMEL; Animations: (tsunami epicenter, wave at shoreline, wave in open ocean) Created by Miho Aoki at the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, Scientific Consultant Elena Suleimani, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, provided courtesy of the NOAA and Alaska Sea Grant College Program; (3-D wave propagation) Courtesy of Eric Geist, USGS

Once and Future Tsunamis
Images: (3.5 billion years ago) © Dr. Gary Byerly, LSU Geology Department; (1645 B.C.) © NASA; (1700) © Dr. Brian Atwater, University of Washington; (1883) © Corbis Images; (1946) © NOAA; (1958) © Corbis Images; (1960) Copyright NOAA; (2004) © NASA; (Future) © USGS

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