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- n. A very large tsunami.
However, along with Ted Bryant of the University of Wollongong, Masse began looking for geological signs of a "megatsunami".
But as well as moving the methane, and causing a megatsunami, the consequences would be to vaporize a large amount of water all at once.
That landslide surged into nearby Spirit Lake, triggering a megatsunami some 853 feet high.
This is fairly common in both Japan and megatsunami in history.
Colonel, we’re talking about a Pacific-wide megatsunami.
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