How to Survive From Tsunami

"How to Survive from Tsunami" by Murata et al, is vol 32 of the Advanced Series on Ocean Engineering from World Scientific Books

Chapter 2 has the introductory phenomenology and basic physics, and the how-to-survive bit.
In view of recent events, WorldSci is putting it up on their website for free:

Knowledge for Tsunami Survival (pdf)

Obviously WorldSci would be grateful if you became interested enough to buy the whole book...(ToC pdf)
- it actually looks quite interesting.

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Simple: GTFO.

I looked at the WorldSci with my Gouldian Finchsite and the book does look interesting. I do not think some of the people in Japan had much of a chance though since it was so close to home.