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  • 1. How the Indian Ocean tsunami warning System ?  
  • 2. Why Indian make tsunami warning system?
    • following 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 230,000 people
    • so Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission began coordinating efforts to create an Indian Ocean tsunami early warning system.
    • there was no sea-level monitoring instruments in the Indian.
    •  
  • 3. what does many government ?
    •   a large network of seismographic center national warning centercentres or agencies, coastal and deep-ocean stations is in place across the Indian Ocean to detect potential tsunamis and pass on warnings to communities.
    • many country can warn tsunami near Ocean Indian.  
  • 4. If earthquake occur in the Indian region?
    • the data from  variety of sources is transmitted the pacific tsunami warning centre.and the pacific tsunami warining center issue tsunami watch that base in Hallie and Japan  meteorological agency.
  • 5. How does pool countrise share earthquake data?
    •   malaysia and the asian disaster preparedness centre in Bangkok are on track to Malaysia and the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC) in Bangkok are on track to become regional watch providers countries are able to invest more in technology will share data with smaller states that cannot, such as the Maldives or the Seychelles. so pool country can share tsunami watch provide
  • 6. two center work.
    • the two centres in Hawaii and Japan have the primary responsibility.they  receive earthquake information and data from tidal gauges and deep-ocean assessment and reporting of tsunamis  sensors or buoys They also receive news bulletins, telegrams, and information over the telephone.
    • they try to determine the size of earthquakes in possible.
  • 7. the problem tsunami warning system.
    • Technology does not reach all areas and even if it does, warnings can be confused or not in the right language for all the affected people to understand, experts say. In other areas, there are no escape routes as transport infrastructure is poor.
    • the agenda is how dominate the whole of technology and language
    • diferent.
  • 8. I consult wed site
    • http://www.trust.org/alertnet/news/how-the-indian-ocean-tsunami-warning-system-works