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  Positioning requirements for the tsunami warning system
 
 
Titel: Positioning requirements for the tsunami warning system
Auteur: Stephenson, F. E.
Murty, T. S.
Verschenen in: Marine geodesy
Paginering: Jaargang 14 (1990) nr. 3-4 pagina's 285-295
Jaar: 1990-07
Inhoud: Canada has increased the number of tsunami warning stations on the Pacific Coast from two to three. The last gauge was installed at the north end of Vancouver Island, thereby filling a large gap previously existing and providing full coverage along the coast. The record of gauges at two of the three locations is accessible either by telephone or by means of meteor burst communication, alleviating the difficulties experienced during the tsunami threat of May 6, 1986, when telephone communications were disrupted by heavy use. The gauge at Langara Island will be relocated in a more accessible and also a more tsunami-responsive location at Rennell Sound in the Queen Charlotte Islands. All tsunami gauges also serve as tide gauges, recording the water level every 15 min. In the event of a tsunami, the recording interval can be altered to every 60 s. Suggestions have been made that Canada attempt deep-sea recording of tsunamis off its Pacific Coast. Although this would be of great scientific value, no such program is contemplated at this time.
Uitgever: Taylor & Francis
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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