Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Volcanic Eruptions
Here are some sites to give you a jumping off point for your research. Remember to look for authoritative, credible sources, and to steer clear of Wikipedia and any website with unidentifiable authors and/or authors whose authority or knowledge cannot be determined.
Earth's Active Volcanoes
NOAA Tsunami Event Database
Encyclopaedia Britannica - Major Historical Earthquakes
USGS - The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
Berkeley Seismology Lab - Today in Earthquake History: Chile 1960
History.com: The 1964 Alaska Earthquake
Berkeley Seismology Lab: Today in Earthquake History: Assam 1950
History.com: The 2004 Tsunami...
National Weather Service - May 1960: Surviving a Tsunami - Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan
Live Science - Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011
University of Alaska Earthquake Center - 60 Years Ago: The 1958 Earthquake and Lituya Bay Megatsunami
National Geographic - Mount Tambora
Oregon State University - Krakatau
USGS - Remembering Mt. Pinatubo
History.com - Mt. Etna Erupts
Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii: Facts and History
Oregon State University - Mt. Fiji: The Earthquake That Caused a Volcanic Eruption
October 25, 1902: Santa Maria Erupts!