USGSCan It Happen Here?
Could a large damaging tsunami happen in the United States?
USGSCoastal and Marine Geology Program
Coastal geologic hazards and catastrophic events research including tsunami information.
City of Seaside, OregonEarthquake and Tsunami Preparedness
Focus on Seaside, OR, but useful for anyone within a tsunami risk zone.
W.H. Freeman & Co.Earthquakes by Bruce A. Bolt Online Companion
links related to subjects covered in book
National GeographicEarthquakes: Seismic Destruction
links to photos of earthquake effects and tsunami effects
EarthScopeEarthScope Resources for Students & Teachers
Animations, online lectures, visualizations and more, mostly from IRIS.
Pacific Tsunami MuseumHilo Tsunami Museum
The goal of the Pacific Tsunami Museum is to promote public tsunami education for the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Region. The museum will also preserve the social and cultural history of Hawaii and promote economic development on the island of Hawaii as well as statewide. The museum will serve as a living memorial to those who lost their lives in past tsunami events.
ITICInternational Tsunami Information Centre
General and technical information, maps, and links to warning centers.
Humboldt State Univ, Dept of GeologyLiving On Shaky Ground: How to Survive Earthquakes and Tsunamis in Northern California
A collection of preparedness guides for earthquakes and tsunamis especially for the Northern Coast of California
NOAANatural Hazards Data, Images and Education
Data, images, kids quizzes, and maps from geologic hazards as well as slide shows available for order
USGSNorthern Sumatra M9.0 - December 26, 2004 FAQs
FAQs about one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded
USGSPacific Coastal & Marine Science Center
Tsunami and earthquake research at the USGS.
Earthquake Science Center, Univ. of Alaska, FairbanksPreparedness in Alaska
Links to preparedness information for earthquakes and tsunamis for Alaska residents.
PBSSavage Earth, The
slick presentation of the earthquake basics with great graphics and animations
Univ. of WashingtonThe Physics of Tsunamis
Explains the mechanisms of tsunami generation and propagation.
PBS-NOVAThe Wave that Shook the World
Online companion to the NOVA broadcast with excellent animations, Q&anmp;A, images, and lesson plans for teachers.
CaltechTheory of the Earth
online book on the science of earthquakes
CaltechTheory of the Earth, The New
This is the only book on the whole landscape of deep Earth processes that ties together all the strands of the subdisciplines.
This book is a complete update of Anderson’s Theory of the Earth (1989).
USGSTohoku, Japan 2011 M9.0 Educational Slides
Educational slides for the 2011 Tohoku,Japan M9.0 Earthquake.
Interactive presentation covering the science of tsunamis, preparedness, research, and historical tsunamis.
Links to educational materials, warning centers.
Univ. of WashingtonTsunami Hazard Mitigation
Information about tsunamis that may save your life. Material excerpted from "Tsunami! The Great Waves"
GeoHazards InternationalTsunami Preparedness Guidebook
Downloadable PDF and additional links to tsunami preparedness websites.
University of Washington by the Department of Earth and Space SciencesTsunami!
Site provides general information about tsunamis, their causes and history as well as what to do in case of a tsunami.
Univ. of WashingtonTsunami! - Tsunamis Past and Present
Basics about tsunamis, information about preparedness, and links to additional resources.
International Tsunami Information CenterTsunami: The Great Waves
Basic information about the basics of tsunamis.
The Why FilesTsunamis
short news piece with images
California Geological SurveyTsunamis
Basic science of tsunamis, preparedness, and focus on California and historical information.
Univ. of Southern CaliforniaTusnami Research Center
Tsunami research at USC.
learn about tsunamis with a model