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IFILM Exclusive: Are We Next?

Posted on: December 15, 2005 | Views: 322 | Comment

Scientists express doubt that if a tsunami should occur off the coast of the United States that coastal residents would have the time to flee to safety.

This show follows an international team of 27 scientists, led by Dr. Kate Moran from the University of Rhode Island, as they become the first team to reach the sea floor site of the devastating December 26 Asian tsunami. Using state-of-the-art camera equipment, the special shows never-before-seen footage of the epicenter and the massive and dramatic geologic changes that caused gigantic waves.  

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tidal wave • ocean • deep sea • interviews • united states • tsunami • Asia • FEMA