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Roof moved into the ocean in Fagasa, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Roof moved into the ocean in Fagasa, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Only the foundation of a house in Fagasa, American Samoa remains after the tsunami hit on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Only the foundation of a house in Fagasa, American Samoa remains after the tsunami hit on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Marie Chan Kau, a staff member at American Samoa Community College and a member of the International Tsunami Survey Team, points to the maximum water level reached by the tsunami that struck American Samoa on Sept. 29, 2009. This spot, found in Fagasa, American Samoa, is about about 10 meters above ...
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Marie Chan Kau, a staff member at American Samoa Community College and a member of the International Tsunami Survey Team, points to the maximum water level reached by the tsunami that struck American Samoa on Sept. 29, 2009. This spot, found in Fagasa, American Samoa, is about about 10 meters above ...
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Sediment inundated a building in Pago Pago, American Samoa as a result of a Tsunami that struck the coast on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Sediment inundated a building in Pago Pago, American Samoa as a result of a Tsunami that struck the coast on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Cars damaged by the tsunami in Fagasa, American Samoa. The tsunami hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Cars damaged by the tsunami in Fagasa, American Samoa. The tsunami hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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USGS oceanographer Bruce Jaffe standing next to a boat thrown ashore in Pago Pago, American Samoa by the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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USGS oceanographer Bruce Jaffe standing next to a boat thrown ashore in Pago Pago, American Samoa by the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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The water from the tsunami that hit American Samoa on September 29, 2009 was strong enough to destroy homes and move large objects, such as the boulder pictured here....
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The water from the tsunami that hit American Samoa on September 29, 2009 was strong enough to destroy homes and move large objects, such as the boulder pictured here....
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Tsunami flow depth (http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/news/tsu-terms.html) at Alofau, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Tsunami flow depth (http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/news/tsu-terms.html) at Alofau, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009....
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Tsunami flow depth (http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/news/tsu-terms.html) indicator at Fagasa, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009. Vegetation is brown where it was submerged by the tsunami and green above....
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Tsunami flow depth (http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/news/tsu-terms.html) indicator at Fagasa, American Samoa following the tsunami that hit the island on Sept. 29, 2009. Vegetation is brown where it was submerged by the tsunami and green above....
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