Deadly Tsunami/George Keppeh

  • Lisbon Earthquake (Portugal)

    Lisbon Earthquake  (Portugal)
    (~M9)Lisbon Earthquake produced a tsunami along with fire, that killed an estimate amount of 20,000 people. Tsunami wave the crossed the Atlantic Ocean amplified to the highs of 7m (~23 ft.) Or more it the West India.
  • Krakatoa Earthquake (Java/Sumatra)

    Krakatoa Earthquake (Java/Sumatra)
    Krakatoa volcano in the Audra Strait between Java and Sumatra caused the top or the volcano to collapse into the ocean. This sudden Collapsed and produced a giant tsunami more than 35m (~115 ft) high that destroyed 165 village and killed more than 36,000 people.
  • Aleutian Earthquake (Alaska)

    Aleutian Earthquake  (Alaska)
    (M 8.1) Aleutian Earthquake produced a tsunami in Hawaii Islands that kill about 160 people.
  • Great Chilean Earthquake (Chile)

    Great  Chilean Earthquake (Chile)
    (M 9.5) Chile Earthquake tagger ed a tsunami that killed 61 people in Hawaii after traveling for 15 hours across the Pacific Ocean l.
  • Good Friday Earthquake (Alaska)

    Good Friday Earthquake  (Alaska)
    (M 9.2) Good Friday Earthquake generated a deadly tsunami that killed about 130 people in Alaska and California.
  • Sea of Japan Earthquake (Japan)

    Sea of Japan Earthquake  (Japan)
    (M 7.8) earthquake in the Sea of Japan caused a tsunami that killed 120 people on the Okushiri Island, Japan
  • Papua New Guinea Quake (Papua New Guinea )

    Papua New Guinea Quake  (Papua New Guinea )
    (M 7.1) Papua New Guinea Earthquake triggered a submarine landslide that produced a tsunami that killed more than 2100 people.
  • Sumatra Earthquake (Indonesia )

    Sumatra Earthquake  (Indonesia )
    (M 9.1) Sumatra Earthquake generated a tsunami that killed about 230,000 people in Indonesia.
  • Samoa Earthquake (Samoan Islands)

    Samoa Earthquake (Samoan Islands)
    (M 8.1) Samoa Earthquake generated a tsunami that killed about 200 people on the Samoan Island.
  • Chile Earthquake (Chile)

    Chile Earthquake (Chile)
    (M 8.8) Chile Earthquake generated a tsunami that killed about 700 people in coastal towns, Chile.
  • Tohoku Earthquake (Japan)

    Tohoku Earthquake (Japan)
    (M 9.1) Tohoku Earthquake generated a tsunami that kill over 20,000 people in Japan.