What A Past Japanese Earthquake Could Mean For B.C.'s Tsunami Risk

What A Past Japanese Earthquake Could Mean For B.C.'s Tsunami Risk

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New research led by Jessica Pilarczyk, an earth scientist at Simon Fraser University, has uncovered evidence of a major earthquake near Japan's Boso Peninsula that took place about 1000 years ago. Now her team is planning to head to Vancouver Island, to scour the Port Alberni area for any evidence of a corresponding tsunami. We'll hear what this past natural disaster could mean for the tsunami risk on B.C.'s coast.