Australia’s east coast tsunami research

By Sarah Schofield

8 October 2015

1 minute read

One of Australia’s best non-fiction writers Michael Veitch has interviewed the men and women who worked on board CSIRO’s Marine National Facility research vessel Southern Surveyor, to produce an engaging and sometimes dramatic account of their adventures.

The book includes a chapter on Associate Professor Tom Hubble from the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences, who has been researching how Australia’s coastline may be vulnerable to landslides with potentially disastrous consequences.

Check out the photos about Tom Hubble’s research on board Southern Surveyor.

Tom Hubble and fellow scientists in the operations room on board Southern Surveyor.

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