GT Savannah Professor Studies Tsunami Damage Resulting from Chilean Earthquake

SAVANNAH (28-Apr-10) - GT Savannah Professor Hermann Fritz travels to Chile to study the effects of the Tsumani generated from the February 2010 Chilean earthquake, which is the fifth largest earthquake on record measuring 8.8 on the moment magnitude scale.

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