Southeast Asia

The Irrawaddy (Ayeyarwady) is one of the less known large rivers in the world and the second largest river of Southeast Asia in water discharge, after the Mekong.

Archaeological evidence that a late 14th-century tsunami devastated the coast of northern Sumatra and redirected history

The basaltic Bolaven volcanic field covers 11,000 km2 of southern Laos and has erupted often in the past half-a-million years.

The country of Bangladesh sits in a complex tectonic region on the eastern side of the India-Asia collision zone.

In subduction zones, the greatest hazard from earthquakes often comes from tsunami waves. However, models linking earthquake slip to tsunamis often fit data poorly (e.g.

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