Tsunami PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Elder Angela Burns. September 23, 2015. Agenda. Recap. Forward and Introduction. Tsunami . Learning Objectives. Students will synthesize . and incorporate the . materials studied . into everyday life..
( see tsunami lessons 10 a and 10b). CASE STUDY JAPAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI 2011. (see Tsunami lesson 10b….). The . Eyjafjallajokull. Volcano, Iceland 2010. ( Predominant volcanic hazards- ash and .
Tsunami Mathematics. Mathematically there are three different but related factors involved in . relation . to a Tsunami.. These are SPEED, HEIGHT, and ENERGY POWER. . Tsunami Mathematics - SPEED. In the open Ocean the speed of a Tsunami is approximately: .
A tsunami is a series of large ocean waves usually caused by a major oor, a landslide, or volcanic activity. Tsunamis the whole water column is moving, not just the surface. A tsunami can When tsuna
Donald W. Denbo, John R. Osborne. , . Clinton . K. Pells and Mike A. Traum. Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO), University . of . Washington, Seattle, WA. NOAA/. PMEL NOAA Center for Tsunami Research, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Seattle, WA.
U.S. . coastlines minutes after the initial earthquake.. The 4G DART system consists of an anchored seafloor bottom pressure recorder (BPR) and a companion moored surface buoy for real time communications. BPRs are capable of detecting and measuring tsunamis with amplitudes as small as 1 mm in 6,000 m of water..
Victor R Baker. 1, 4. ,Kazuhisa Goto. 2. , . Goro. Komatsu. 2. , . Takafumi. Matsui. 2. ,Luke Mcguire. 3. , Takashi Oguchi. 5. , Jon D Pelletier. 4. ,Yuichi S Hayakawa. 5. ,Hitoshi Saito. 5 . 1. Dept. Hydrology & Water Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 2. Planetary Exploration Research Center, Chiba Institute of Technology, Chiba, Japan 3. Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 4. Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 5. Center for Spatial Information Science, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan.
. . Hanah Allen. The Peruvian National Park Service would like to construct an Andean Visitor Center near Lima, Peru at the Coastal Town of Callao. The construction site being considered is essentially on the coastal plain. This portion of Peru is very prone to earthquakes and tsunami..