Nuclear Radiation & Health Effects Article # 3 Shunsuke Baba s1180193
How the Indian Ocean gets its tsunami earlywarningsGaps remain in the system most significantly atthe community level and experts say morecoordination is needed to ensure nationalcentres are communicating with each other
PTWC and weatherPTWC and the Meteorological Agency are taking theresponsibility of offering the one known as A"WatchesA" of the tsunami and the Indian Oceannow. To succeed this function, the number oftsunami watch providers in a so called in the countryof the Indian Ocean is set by 2011. Asian disasterCenter for Prevention Services is advancing well inAustralia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Bangkokto become a watch provider in the region. Thecountry can invest in the technology that shares thesmall country that cannot do Maldives andSeychelles and data.
ADPCADPC coordinates the multi hazard early-warning system known as a regionalintegration and a multi hazard early-warningsystem and own effort has been beingcoordinated since 2005 possession.
DARTIn two centers in Hawaii and Japan, aresponsibility Hashime is taken. They receive theocean evaluation and the report of the tsunamisensor from information and the data tide gaugeof the earthquake. They also receive informationby telephone ..the news flash and telegraph.
TsunamiThe time of arrival of the wave of the tsunami isretrieved as much as possible, and the work ofthese two centers is to confirm whether there isa possibility that they generate the tsunami andto forecast the size of the decided earthquake.
Tsunami warningOn the ground in many Indian Ocean countries,NGOs and community groups are involved ineducating and coordinating local populations toknow what to do when they hear a tsunamiwarning or when they feel or see signs of anearthquake or tsunami Â– when the earthshakes or the sea recedes.
ConclusionThe technology that discovers the tsunami earlyis very advanced thus. It is necessary toadvance such a technology more. There is noescape route that not is in other regions becausethe transport infrastructure is poor.