Disaster Events | VOL. 9, ISSUE 52, January-February 2009 |

Tsunami and the soils of South Andaman

[caption id="attachment_4390" align="aligncenter" width="1744"] Image: 1. The author collecting samples from the low lying coastal areas where sea water intruded only during tsunami and then receded permanently - Situation I 2. Low lying coastal areas where sea water reaches with every high tide and recedes with low tide - Situation II 3. Low lying coastal areas where there is permanent stagnation of sea water and the depth of impounding increases with high tide - Situation III 4. Saline sea mud...

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