Tsunami Awareness and Education Resources (ITIC) Tsunami, The Great Waves (multiple languages) Surviving a Tsunami-Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan (multiple languages) U.S. Tsunami Hazard; NOAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (4 pages, 11x17 folded) OAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (4 pages, 8 1/2x11) NOAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (2 pages)
The modelling reports summarises the results of tsunami inundation modelling for Regional Queensland and parts of South East Queensland to examine the potential risk for emergency management purposes. A fact sheet about a meteotsunami observed in Queensland coastal regions on 3 and 4 December 2016.
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Tsunami Facts Tsunami Japanese word pronounced: soo - nah – me means “wave in the harbor” misnamed as “tidal waves” Caused by: earthquake other movements on the ocean floor Travel at speeds up to 600 miles per hour Tsunami traveling in deep water and open ocean cause no damage and are hardly noticeable. For more information: Larry Booth Community Outreach Manager [email protected] phone 224-789-4015 www.zionsolutionscompany.com www.energysolutions.com Fact Sheet Zion Station Decommissioning and Site Restoration ZionSolutions, LLC is a subsidiary of EnergySolutions formed specifically to conduct the safe Tsunami Awareness and Education Resources (ITIC) Tsunami, The Great Waves (multiple languages) Surviving a Tsunami-Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan (multiple languages) U.S. Tsunami Hazard; NOAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (4 pages, 11x17 folded) OAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (4 pages, 8 1/2x11) NOAA Tsunami Program Fact Sheet (2 pages) A tsunami is a series of waves in the ocean that can cause great destruction. Tsunami also means "Harbor Wave" in Japanese and is commonly referred to as a tidal wave. Tsunamis are often caused by earthquakes as was demonstrated by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan in March 2011.