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T he Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness . Tsunami Simulation for the warning and risk evaluation. Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , D uring July 21- August 2, 2007. T he Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness .

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tsunami simulation for the warning and risk evaluation

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Tsunami Simulation for the warningand risk evaluation

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

tsunami warning system

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Tsunami Warning System

1. Estimating the occurrence of a tsunami by seismicinformation(magnitude, locationand depth)

2. Data base of the simulation with assumptions

3. Real time analysis with the tentative fault model

4. Revision of the tentative fault model by the observation data

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

accuracy of the simulation

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Accuracy of the simulation

Major causes of low accuracy induced by ;

  • Initial source; location and slip
  • Modeling and Geometry data

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

to reduce damage and casualties

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

To reduce damage and casualties

The “Three Helps” of disaster measures

The people could not see the impact/terror of tsunami only by warning with the tsunami information; arrival time and heights.

They should understand its impact have the imagination before the tsunami attack through making hazards map and having workshop.

  • Self help,
  • Public help,
  • Mutual help

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

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The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

making the original hazard maps

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Making the original hazard maps
  • In the past, the map was provided by the local government but no use for the people
  • Original information should be included
  • Selecting the base map
  • Collecting the information of risk
  • Discussion what information be included
  • Checking them by town-walking

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

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The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.

a cknowledgments

The Certificate Program in Tsunami Science and Preparedness.

Acknowledgments
  • I would like to express my sincere gratitude and deep appreciation to Professor Fumihiko Imamura, DCRC, Tohoku University, Professor Yoshinobu Tsuji, ERI, University of Tokyoand Dr.Hiroyuki Matsumoto from JAMSTEC and Assoc. Professor Dr. Ahmet Cevdet Yalciner, Middle East Technical University, Civil Enigneering Department, OceanEngineering Research Center, Ankara Turkeyfor their guidance, invaluable advice, supervision and material.

Held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (USA) , During July 21- August 2, 2007.