to the Exploring Section of The Science
This section contains links to Internet
resources for further exploration into
the science of tsunamis.
New York Times special is an interactive
Flash activity that details the human impact
of the recent tsunami.
animation shows the propogation of the Tsunami
wave as it travels away from the site of
the epicenter of the quake and travels across
above animation came from this page, the
NOAA Tsunami Project homepage. While exploring
this page, be sure to investigate the articles
on the left side of the page, which report
on the world's reactions to the recent tsunami,
including new funding from the US.
of the NOAA programs is an early detection
system. Click here to check out a video
of the deployment on their latest Bouy.
here to check out an NPR radio show discussing
the Environmental and Ecological impact
of the tsunami, featuring Don Melnick, executive
director of the Center for Environmental
Research and Conservation (CERC) and Thomas
Hunt Morgan Professor of Conservation Biology
in the Department of Ecology, Evolution
and Environmental Biology at Columbia University,
video clip shows the rapidly rising waters
that occured during the tsunami. The video
was shot by a tourist who was staying at
one of the beachfront resorts in Sri Lanka.
clip shows the flood of debris and water
that flowed through the streets during the
site reports on some of the strange relics
that have been uncovered by the force of
To see the complete
list of books by Alan Strahler and information
about book adoptions, Click
here if you are interested in donating to the tsunami
disaster relief program