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  1. After the Quake

    CostasSynolakis After the Quake WSJ

  2. When Will We Learn?

    When Will We Learn?

  3. Reassessing the tsunami risk in major ports and harbors of California I: San Diego

    Reassessing the tsunami risk in major ports and harbors of California I: San Diego

  4. Field Survey of the Samoa Tsunami of 29 September 2009

    Field Survey of the Samoa Tsunami of 29 September 2009

  5. Tsunami Catalogs for the Eastern Mediterranean, Revisited

    Tsunami Catalogs for the Eastern Mediterranean, Revisited

  6. Probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment at Seaside, Oregon, for near- and far-field seismic sources

    Probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment at Seaside, Oregon, for near- and far-field seismic sources

  7. Choking on carbon emissions from Greek academic paperwork

    Choking on carbon emissions from Greek academic paperwork

  8. New Maps of California to Improve Tsunami Preparedness

  9. Tsunami Modeling: Development of Benchmarked Models

  10. The Vulnerability of Crescent City, California, to Tsunamis Generated by Earthquakes in the Kuril Islands Region of the Northwestern Pacific

  11. Benchmark Models

  12. Evaluating Tsunami Hazard in the Northwestern Indian Ocean

  13. Validation and Verification of Tsunami Numerical Models

  14. The 15 August 2007 Peru tsunami runup observations and modeling

  15. The 1956 earthquake and tsunami in Amorgos, Greece

  16. Tsunami inundation modeling for western Sumatra

  17. Extreme runup from the 17 July 2006 Java tsunami

  18. Standards, Criteria, and Procedures for NOAA Evaluation of Tsunami Numerical Models

  19. Far-field tsunami hazard from mega-thrust earthquakes in the Indian Ocean

  20. Earthquake-Induced Liquefaction around Marine Structures

  21. Initial Value Problem Solution of Nonlinear ShallowWater-Wave Equations

  22. Tsunami science before and beyond Boxing Day 2004

  23. Tsunami: scientific frontiers, mitigation, forecasting and policy implications

  24. Numerical Modeling of Tsunami Effects at Marine Oil Terminals in San Francisco Bay

  25. Runup Measurements of the December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami

  26. Sri Lanka Field Survey after the December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami

  27. Northern Sumatra Field Survey after the December 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake and Indian Ocean Tsunami

  28. Evaluation of Tsunami Risk from Regional Earthquakes at Pisco, Peru

  29. A Hydrodynamics Perspective for the 2004 Megatsunami

  30. Modeling Far-Field Tsunamis for California Ports and Harbors

  31. Inundation During the 26 December 2004 Tsunami

  32. Tsunami: WAVE of CHANGE (Greek)

  33. Tsunami: WAVE of CHANGE

  34. The Megatsunami of December 26, 2004

  35. Observations by the International Tsunami Survey Team in Sri Lanka

  36. Runup and rundown generated by three-dimensional sliding masses

  37. 1992-2002: Perspective on a Decade of Post-Tsunami Surveys

  38. Model Shows Islands Muted Tsunami After Latest Indonesian Quake

  39. Could It Happen Here?

  40. Runup and rundown generated by three-dimensional sliding masses

  41. Tsunami Hazards Associated with the Catalina Fault in Southern California

  42. Tsunami sources in the southern California bight

  43. Source discriminants for near-field tsunamis

  44. Producing tsunami inundation maps: The California experience

  45. The Earthquake Engineering Handbook

  46. Field Survey and Numerical Simulations: A Review of the 1998 Papua New Guinea Tsunami

  47. Landslide Tsunamis: Recent Findings and Research Directions

  48. A Theoretical Comparison of Tsunamis from Dislocations and Landslides

  49. Analytical solutions for forced long waves on a sloping beach

  50. The earthquake and tsunami of 1865 November 17: evidence for far-field tsunami hazard from Tonga

  51. The Regional Economic Cost of a Tsunami Wave Generated by the Palos Verdes Slide

  52. The slump origin of the 1998 Papua New Guinea Tsunami

  53. Near-Field Survey of the 1946 Aleutian Tsunami on Unimak and Sanak Islands

  54. Tsunami: The Underrated Hazard

  55. Field surveys and modeling of the 1999 Izmit tsunami

    Field surveys and modeling of the 1999 Izmit tsunami [pdf]

  56. Inundation maps for the State of California

    Inundation maps for the State of California [pdf]

  57. Tsunami Waves in Izmit Bay

  58. Tsunamis Within the Eastern Santa Barbara Channel

  59. Tsunami in Papua New Guinea was as Intense as First Thought

  60. Waves of Death

  61. Numerical Modeling of Tidal Wave Runup

  62. Long wave runup on piecewise linear topographies

  63. Tsunamigenic Sea-Floor Deformations

  64. Extreme inundation flows during the Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki tsunami

  65. Field Survey of Mexican Tsunami Produces New Data, Unusual Photos

  66. Model for the Leading Waves of Tsunamis

  67. Field Survey of the 1994 Mindoro Island, Philippines Tsunami

  68. Modeling of Breaking and Nonbreaking Long-Wave Evolution and Runup Using VTCS-2

  69. Field Survey ,of the East Java Earthquake and Tsunami of June 3, 1994

  70. Field Survey of the 1994 Mindoro Island, Philippines Tsunami

  71. Calculation of 3D internal displacement fields from 3D X-ray computer tomographic images

  72. Tsunami Prediction

  73. Long Wave Runup Models

  74. Damage, Conditions of East Java Tsunami of 1994 Analyzed

  75. Propagation and amplification of tsunamis at coastal boundaries

  76. The Runup of Dipole Waves

  77. The Run-Up of N-Waves on Sloping Beaches

  78. Roots of Jy(z) ± iJy+{(z) = 0 and the evaluation of integrals with cylindrical function kernels

  79. Development of an Asphalt Core Tomographer

  80. Evolution of Maximum Amplitude of Solitary Waves of Plane Beaches

  81. Report on the International Workshop on Long-Wave Run-up

  82. Green’s law and the evolution of solitary waves

  83. Tsunami Runup on Steep Slopes: How Good Linear Theory Really Is

  84. Generation of Long Waves in Laboratory

  85. The Bernoulli-Poiseuille Equation

  86. On combining the Bernoulli and Poiseuille equation-A plea to authors of college physics texts

  87. On the roots of f(z) = J0(z) – iJ1(z)

  88. Wave Reflection and Run-Up on Rough Slopes

  89. The anomalous behavior of the runup of cnoidal waves

  90. The runup of solitary waves

  91. The runup of long waves