Buried by a 300 Foot Wall of Water; The Greenland Tsunami – YouTube

https://youtu.be/xl2QzC2cyzk

On June 17th of 2017, a landslide adjacent to the ocean generated a 300 foot or 90 meter high wall of water (a tsunami) which would go on to cause damage to several nearby towns and villages. However, this disaster which occurred in western Greenland may only be a medium sized event as much of the same mountainside that collapsed is highly structurally unstable. A larger landslide and tsunami is thus perfectly possible in the future which could devastate a far larger region than the event in 2017. This video will discuss this disaster and how it relates to permafrost melting.

Buried by a 300 Foot Wall of Water; The Greenland Tsunami – YouTube