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The November, 1st, 1755 Tsunami in Morocco: Can Numerical Modeling Clarify the Uncertainties of Historical Reports?

By R. Omira, M.A. Baptista, S. Mellas, F. Leone, N. Meschinet de Richemond, B. Zourarah and J-P. Cherel

Submitted: December 5th 2011Reviewed: July 31st 2012Published: November 21st 2012

DOI: 10.5772/51864

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R. Omira, M.A. Baptista, S. Mellas, F. Leone, N. Meschinet de Richemond, B. Zourarah and J-P. Cherel (November 21st 2012). The November, 1st, 1755 Tsunami in Morocco: Can Numerical Modeling Clarify the Uncertainties of Historical Reports?, Tsunami - Analysis of a Hazard Gloria López, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51864. Available from:

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