CALDERA PRESS: TSUNAMI SMACKS SANTORINI

March 14, 2021 It wasn’t even a wave – it was like a brick wall of water. You blinked one minute and it was already hitting the rocks.” Around 3:20 pm yesterday, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake occurred just southwest of Antikythera in the Aegean Sea. The impact of the quake sent a fast-moving wave of water ripping through the Mediterranean at speeds of upwards of … Continue reading CALDERA PRESS: TSUNAMI SMACKS SANTORINI

A Greek Recipe for a Big Wave

τσουνάμι
Tsunami (Greek)

Hey there! My name is Sierra and I am currently studying the geologic hazards associated with Santorini, Greece. As a class we’ve hiked basement rock, sketched a cinder cone, and observed ash deposits – all clear remnants of volcanic activity. One hazard you may not be quick to think of is tsunami, but being an island, the risk is always there. Don’t worry though, I’ve included a quick recipe to reference from home:

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