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Is there a risk of tsunamis in Spain?

A scientific team led by the University of Cantabria (UNICAN) has evaluated the risk of tsunamis on the southeast coast of Spain. The study, which has been published in the Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences , reveals that the risk of tsunamis in the Alboran Sea (southeastern Spain) is "medium to low" . The most sensitive areas and those with the highest wave elevation would be those near Malaga, Adra and Melilla. "We are talking about waves of up to a meter and a half that could affect the operation of ports -sinks of ships or oil spills if they are operating at that time-, and flood low areas with bathers if it is summer", explains Mauricio González, co-author of the job.

Another study compiles the consequences of the famous earthquake of November 1, 1755 on the coast of Huelva : a tsunami that generated floods to the center of the city. According to González, that a similar event occurs again "is only a matter of time: it could be tomorrow, in six months or in 50 years, and the worst thing is that we are not prepared." At present, Spain still does not have a prevention plan.

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