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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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From: Geohazards and myths: ancient memories of rapid coastal change in the Asia-Pacific region and their value to future adaptation

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The potential of myths to provide information that spans geological and historical sources of information about past geohazards. The vertical scale is an approximation of amount of precise information about geohazards at particular times in the past. A: Examples of geohazards about which information has been acquired from geological and historical sources. B: Examples of how information from myths can be used to supply details about geohazards, particularly in the period where only limited information is available from geological or historical sources.

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