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=== Hawaii ===
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Sharp cliffs and associated ocean debris at the [[Kohala (mountain)|Kohala Volcano]], [[Lanai]] and [[Molokai]] indicate that landslides from the flank of the [[Kilauea]] and [[Mauna Loa]] volcanoes in [[Hawaii]] may have triggered past megatsunamis, most recently at 120,000 [[Before Present|BP]].<ref name=McMurtry>{{cite journal |author1=McMurtry, Gary M. |author2=Fryer, Gerard J. |author3=Tappin, David R. |author4=Wilkinson, Ian P. |author5=Williams, Mark |author6=Fietzke, Jan |author7=Garbe-Schoenberg, Dieter |date=1 September 2004 |title=Megatsunami deposits on Kohala volcano, Hawaii, from flank collapse of Mauna Loa |journal=Geology |volume=32 |issue=9 |pages=741 |doi=10.1130/G20642.1 |url=http://geology.geoscienceworld.org/cgi/content/full/32/9/741|bibcode = 2004Geo....32..741M |last8=Watts |first8=Philip |ref=harv }}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/SOEST_News/PressReleases/Megatsunami/ |title=A Gigantic Tsunami in the Hawaiian Islands 120,000 Years Ago|first=Gary M. |last=McMurtry |first2=Gerard J. |last2=Fryer |first3=David R.|last3=Tappin|first4=Ian P.|last4=Wilkinson|first5=Mark|last5=Williams|first6=Jan|last6=Fietzke|first7=Dieter|last7=Garbe-Schoenberg|first8=Philip|last8=Watts|date=September 1, 2004|work=Geology |volume=32|publisher=SOEST Press Releases|accessdate=2008-12-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |author1=McMurtry, G. M. |author2=Tappin, D. R. |author3=Fryer, G. J. |author4=Watts, P. |date=December 2002 |title=Megatsunami Deposits on the Island of Hawaii: Implications for the Origin of Similar Deposits in Hawaii and Confirmation of the 'Giant Wave Hypothesis' |journal=AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts |volume=51 |pages=0148 |bibcode=2002AGUFMOS51A0148M |ref=harv}}</ref>  
 
Sharp cliffs and associated ocean debris at the [[Kohala (mountain)|Kohala Volcano]], [[Lanai]] and [[Molokai]] indicate that landslides from the flank of the [[Kilauea]] and [[Mauna Loa]] volcanoes in [[Hawaii]] may have triggered past megatsunamis, most recently at 120,000 [[Before Present|BP]].<ref name=McMurtry>{{cite journal |author1=McMurtry, Gary M. |author2=Fryer, Gerard J. |author3=Tappin, David R. |author4=Wilkinson, Ian P. |author5=Williams, Mark |author6=Fietzke, Jan |author7=Garbe-Schoenberg, Dieter |date=1 September 2004 |title=Megatsunami deposits on Kohala volcano, Hawaii, from flank collapse of Mauna Loa |journal=Geology |volume=32 |issue=9 |pages=741 |doi=10.1130/G20642.1 |url=http://geology.geoscienceworld.org/cgi/content/full/32/9/741|bibcode = 2004Geo....32..741M |last8=Watts |first8=Philip |ref=harv }}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/SOEST_News/PressReleases/Megatsunami/ |title=A Gigantic Tsunami in the Hawaiian Islands 120,000 Years Ago|first=Gary M. |last=McMurtry |first2=Gerard J. |last2=Fryer |first3=David R.|last3=Tappin|first4=Ian P.|last4=Wilkinson|first5=Mark|last5=Williams|first6=Jan|last6=Fietzke|first7=Dieter|last7=Garbe-Schoenberg|first8=Philip|last8=Watts|date=September 1, 2004|work=Geology |volume=32|publisher=SOEST Press Releases|accessdate=2008-12-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |author1=McMurtry, G. M. |author2=Tappin, D. R. |author3=Fryer, G. J. |author4=Watts, P. |date=December 2002 |title=Megatsunami Deposits on the Island of Hawaii: Implications for the Origin of Similar Deposits in Hawaii and Confirmation of the 'Giant Wave Hypothesis' |journal=AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts |volume=51 |pages=0148 |bibcode=2002AGUFMOS51A0148M |ref=harv}}</ref>  
  

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