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Australia is surrounded by ocean, so is not immune to the effects of tsunamis. But how significant is the risk?\r\nThere have been over fifty recorded incidents of tsunamis affecting the Australian coastline since European settlement. Most of these tsunamis have ...\r\nAustralia’s coastline was subject to over 30 tsunamis since 1950, most generated by distant earthquakes in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Some induced ...\r\nThe JATWC utilises national capacity where available to provide notification and verification of earthquakes that may generate tsunamis.\r\nWHILE Australia is seen as a nation largely immune from the risks of earthquakes, experts have revealed that Australia is susceptible to a devastating tsunami.\r\nSYDNEY - Australië is getroffen door één van de zwaarste aardbevingen in de geschiedenis van het land.\r\nHere are the 10 biggest tsunamis in recorded history, ranked by the devastation they wrought.\r\nTsunamis are associated with earthquakes, landslides or volcanic eruptions that occur in, or adjacent to, the ocean. This usually results in the sudden movement of water.\r\nA tsunami (from Japanese: ... Bang that Triggered A Tragedy," The Sydney Morning Herald, p 11—quoting Dr Mark Leonard, seismologist at Geoscience Australia.\r\n