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Articles related to tsunami

Browse: Slippery Sea Floor Lubricated Japanese Earthquake
The astonishing size of the tsunami produced by the Tohoku earthquake in March 2011 has been attributed to the slipperiness of the clay that fills the boundary between the Japanese and Pacific plates.
conSCIENCE: Global Outlook for Nuclear Energy
Despite the Fukushima disaster, Australian uranium miners are confident that the growing demand for electricity in a carbon-constrained world will drive an increase in nuclear power generation.
Expert Opinion: Fukushima: one year on
A year since a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit the coast of Japan, triggering a powerful tsunami and resulting in the most serious nuclear accident since Chernobyl, nuclear and disaster experts examine the current situation and what lessons can be learnt.
Odd Spot: Tsunami Wipes out Science
A new study has examined the effect of the 2011 Japanese tsunami on research output.