Landslide causes tsunamis off the coast of Cornwall - Telegraph
Ireland has had a number of Tsunami's over the years but no surviving lasting records of damage.
A small Tsunami off Cornwall was recorded 2 years ago but damage was little and was caused by a land slip at sea.
Bearing in mind the population that live close to the coast of Ireland on low lying areas has a study been done of the potential damage that could be caused by an undersea slip or quake in Bay of Biscay or off Portugal.
As Irish Sea will effectively channel a Tsunami both speeding it up and raising its height then clearly East Coast would not get off lightly nor would the South Coast.
Has there been any academic studies on a potential impact zone or warning systems ?