A massive tsunami that affected an Alaskan fjord three years ago was tied to the melting of a glacier, states a study in Nature Scientific Reports. The study refers to the event as "a hazard occasioned by climate change."
Study ties 3-year-old Alaskan tsunami to glacial melt
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