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Ocean-flank collapse on the south of Taʾu, Manuʾa Group, Samoa Islands: implications for risk management
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2009)
Ocean-island flank collapses are amongst the most dangerous of all landslide related hazards in the world, as they have the potential to trigger ocean-wide tsunamis that can cause damage and loss of life to communities ...
Tsunami Hazard, Samoan Islands: Palaeotsunami Investigation, Numerical Modeling and Risk Implications
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2014)
Tsunami investigation is a fundamental component of coastal hazard mitigation and risk reduction. Recent history reveals that such hazards can influence rapid changes in global cultural dynamics through extensive loss of ...