Researchers reveal a 300 foot high MEGATSUNAMI wave that hit Greenland last month was triggered by a landslide



Last month, a devastating mega-tsunami tore through a remote area of Greenland, decimating homes as huge waves carrying the shattered chunks of a glacier swept through.
Now, data from a reconnaissance mission at the site has revealed the terrifying waves reached more than 300 feet tall – and, scientists say it was all caused by a massive landslide.
The landslide that gave rise to the disaster plunged into the ocean from roughly 3,300 feet up the Karrat Fjord, spurring a small earthquake and tsunami waves that traveled about the length of a football field each second.
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31 July 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 53
Source: Daily Mail
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