New tsunami risk for Hull as experts say 'absolute worst case' predictions weren't bad enough

With much of Hull lying below sea level and with the East Yorkshire coast eroding at an alarming rate the risk of more tsunamis is not good news.
The risk of the devastation caused by the huge waves is bigger than previously estimated because of climate change, according to new findings.
Tsunamis are destructive fast-moving waves that can be triggered by earthquakes, mountain slides, or meteor impacts.
But now because of sea-levels rising the risks for coastal communities around the world are growing, Plymouth Live reports.
It is not clear if Hull has ever been affected by a tsunami... read more

 
18 August 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 53
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