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Geological Study of Unusual Tsunami Deposits in the Kuril Subduction Zone for Mitigation of Tsunami Disasters

By Futoshi Nanayama, Kiyuyuki Shigeno, Yorinao Shitaoka and Ryuta Furukawa

Submitted: May 20th 2010Published: January 29th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/14249

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Futoshi Nanayama, Kiyuyuki Shigeno, Yorinao Shitaoka and Ryuta Furukawa (January 29th 2011). Geological Study of Unusual Tsunami Deposits in the Kuril Subduction Zone for Mitigation of Tsunami Disasters, The Tsunami Threat - Research and Technology, Nils-Axel M?rner, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/14249. Available from:

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