Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Dec 13, 2019 As sea levels rise and adverse weather events become more common, vulnerable coastal communities are at increasing risk of devastation from storm surges and tsunamis. The death toll from tsunamis, at 260,000 during the past century, was higher than that from any other natural hazard. An international research team led by the University of Gottingen has now compared the effects of man-made

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