- 3/28, Tsunamis drag newborn monk seal away from mother -- an interview with Cynthia Vanderlip, Kure Atoll field supervisor and biologist with the Hawai`i Department of Land & Natural Resource
- 3/28, "Tens of Millions" in tsunami damage at Papahanaumokuakea -- Cynthia recounts her night-time, rooftop experience of hearing the tsunami's approach; USFWS ornithologist Dr. Beth Flint speculates that "...the tsunami may have killed every Laysan Finch on Pearl & Hermes."
- 3/28, Interagency Team Conducts Aerial and Ground Survey of Tsunami Damage in Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument -- includes the PMNM press release behind the two articles listed above, plus post-tsunami aerial photos of various NW Hawaiian Islands
- 3/27, Getting back to Normal -- Pete Leary, Midway Atoll's resident USFWS Biologist, continues his reporting on the Atoll's tsunami aftermath, sharing wonderfully informative photos
- 3/26, Japanese Tsunami Aftermath on Midway Atoll -- nature photographer, Tony Ernst, recounts his experience as a visitor to Midway when the tsunami hit. He energetically became a wildlife-salvage-volunteer!
- 3/26, Wildlife workers still reeling after trauma -- a particularly vivid account about their tsunami experience from volunteers who were on Laysan Atoll
Midway Island Flooded by 1952 Kamchatka Tsunami Tsunami Generated by Earthquake of Nov. 4, 1952, Kamchatka Peninsula, USSR. Flooded street resulting from tsunami on Midway Island. The tsunami was generated by a magnitude 8.2 earthquake on Kamchatka where it caused severe damage. The tsunami then struck Midway about 3,000 km away, the Hawaiian Islands 5,200 km away, and other areas in the Pacific. Midway reportedly was covered with 1 m of water. Photograph Credit: U.S. Navy.