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We’ve ignored France’s Mediterranean ports along the southern coast in order to focus on marine events either in the Bay of Biscay, the Atlantic, the English Channel or the North Sea.
A Loyalty Islands tsunami would in many cases be a tragedy of heartbreaking proportions – perhaps as many as 50,000 casualties. But, if starvation and epidemics could be limited, New Caledonia would survive. On November 1, 1755 the infamous Lisbon tsunamis and earthquake (epicenter at 36 N -10° W) struck. Today, that event would easily cause a million casualties. Given a collection of locations, tide, time of year,  and a spectrum of Richter values, to get the needed energy, demographics and economic details we will need a lot more processing power than most netbooks and tablets currently provide. To save time we can calculate scenarios in parallel – for France we’d like to estimate both casualties and long-term effects of damage to logistics and electrical power generation. In addition to human suffering, there is the notion that Gabon trades actively with France AND someday maybe Gabon might need France's help.
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The orange dots are earthquakes – nothing significant. The green squares are major ports and the red circles are reactors. More details are available

Klipspringer France.