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Oregon study looks at potential effects of tsunami - like Japan's in 2011
Oregon study looks at potential effects of tsunami - like Japan's in 2011 (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Getty Images)
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Oregon Study Says To Survive Potential Tsunami, “Walk Faster “

Perhaps inspired by the events in Japan four years ago with the major tsunami, a recent study has been completed about the effects of such an event on the coasts of CA, Oregon and Washington state.

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Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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Archaeologists Say Oregon Cabin Likely Built by Russian Traders!

I love history so my jaw dropped when I read about a cabin on the Oregon Coast that experts believe was built in the late 1700s or early 1800s before Lewis & Clark arrived! By whom? They think Russian trappers who tried to set up a farm.

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Boat Anchors from Japanese tsunami dock
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Pieces of Japanese Tsunami Dock Sent to Oregon Historical Society

They may be small, but two small pieces of the famous Japanese tsunami dock that washed up ashore near Newport OR have been sent to the Oregon Historical Society.

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Japanese Tsunamic Dock being cut up
(oregon department of fish and wildlife)
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Japanese ‘Ghost’ Tsunami Dock Demolition Begins

Weeks after it washed ashore at Agate Beach on the Oregon coast near Newport, the demolition of the Japanese tsunami dock has finally begun.

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