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The 2004 indian ocean earthquake was initially documented as having a moment magnitude of 8.8. in february 2005, scientists revised the estimate of the magnitude to 9.0. although the pacific tsunami warning center has accepted these new numbers, the united states geological survey has so far not changed its estimate of 9.1.. December 26, 2014, marks the tenth anniversary of the boxing day tsunami, created by one of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded. the earthquake - which occurred off the coast of the. The tsunami that ravaged the coasts of the indian ocean on boxing day 2004 is still fresh in the minds of millions. over 150 britons lost their lives in the catastrophe, while some are still.
Aceh (/ ˈ ɑː tʃ eɪ /) is a province of indonesia, located at the northern end of sumatra. its capital and largest city is banda aceh. it is close to the andaman and nicobar islands of india and separated from them by the andaman sea.. Tsunami history . asia tsunami news. the japanese tohuku earthquake and tsunami of 11 march, 2011, exceeded the economic toll of the 2004 boxing day sumatran event.. This page is about how tsunamis occur, plus a case study of the boxing day tsunami of 2004.
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2004 boxing day tsunami. on december 26, 2004, an undersea earthquake in the indian ocean with a magnitude of approximately 9.0 – the third largest ever recorded – triggered a deadly and catastrophic tsunami, now known as the 2004 boxing day tsunami.. In 2004 the boxing day tsunami took hundreds of thousands of lives. today, australia spearheads a warning system for the indian ocean. boxing day – 26 december – marks ten years since the most devastating tsunami in recent history..