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Mar 23-29, 2014 is Tsunami Preparedness Week
 

Mar 23-29, 2014 is Tsunami Preparedness Week

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The TsunamiReady Program, developed by the National Weather Service, is designed to educate/help individuals and entities reduce the potential for disastrous tsunami-related consequences.

The TsunamiReady Program, developed by the National Weather Service, is designed to educate/help individuals and entities reduce the potential for disastrous tsunami-related consequences.

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    • Mar 23-29, 2014 is Tsunami Preparedness Week www.trinityclaims.com
    • The TsunamiReady Program, developed by the National Weather Service, is designed to educate/help individuals and entities (cities, businesses, universities, etc) reduce the potential for disastrous tsunami-related consequences. www.trinityclaims.com Here are a few important links for your ready reference
    • 1. NOAA Education Tsunami Resources The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Education Resources website is a portal to NOAA sponsored educational materials for teaching concepts and processes related to ocean, coastal, climate, weather, and Great Lake resources.
    • 2. National Tsunami Warning Center The National Tsunami Warning Center (NTWC) provides accurate and timely tsunami bulletins to its area-of-responsibility (AOR). It detects, locates, sizes, and analyzes earthquakes worldwide.
    • 3. NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) is a federal laboratory that makes critical observations and conducts groundbreaking research to advance our knowledge of the global ocean and its interactions with the earth, atmosphere, ecosystems, and climate.
    • 4. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Pacific Tsunami Warning Center serves as the operational center for TWS of the Pacific issuing bulletins and warnings to participating members and other nations in the Pacific Ocean area of responsibility.
    • 5. International Tsunami Information Centre Monitors the international tsunami warning activities in the Pacific and other oceans and assists member states in the establishment of national and regional warning systems, and the reduction of tsunami risk through comprehensive mitigation programmes.
    • 6. NOAA Center for Tsunami Research NOAA Center for Tsunami Research performs research in support of tsunami forecast models to increase the speed and accuracy of operational forecasts and warnings, tsunami inundation models to predict tsunami impacts on coastal communities, and tsunami measurement/detection technology for optimally designed networks of tsunami buoys.
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