Sections of the Alaska peninsula coast were under tsunami warnings on Monday after a quake struck in the North Pacific.
Scientists warn that an unstable mountain slope above Barry Arm could collapse, triggering a massive landslide.
Over the past decade, landslides have been responsible for generating giant waves in Alaska and Greenland.
Following the quake, tsunami warnings were issued but these were subsequently retracted.
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Some 500,000 people live in Campi Flegrei's "red zone." Researchers say the government's emergency plan should acknowledge the possibility of tsunamis if an eruption occurs.
Indonesia's Meteorology, Geophysics and Climatology Agency urged anybody near the coastline to keep a distance of at least 500 meters.
"With the tsunami, we can only pray humbly and not celebrate much for this year's Christmas," Pastor Rusman Anita Sitorus said.
Rescue workers are still battling to reach the hardest-hit areas of Saturday's disaster.
"If there is looting again, we will quickly fire a warning shot and then shoot to immobilize," said Ida Dewa Agung Hadisaputra, a local military colonel.
The death toll is expected to rise once the rubble of more than 13,000 flattened and damaged houses is cleared away.
"There are 180 inhabitants, and we are very concerned and afraid," one resident said.
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A number of webpages for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration featured alerts that pages would not be updated.
Parts of the U.S. and Canada have been issued tsunami warnings after the 8.0-magnitude quake.
The last major earthquake from this zone was in 1700.
The quake was the second recorded in New Caledonia in 12 hours and the third in a month.
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