Friday, 11 March 2011

tsunami warning system canada

tsunami warning system canada

Canadian Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day announced on the 23rd, the Atlantic coast of Canada for its tsunami warning system for equipment updates and upgrades, in order to better respond to possible future tsunami disasters.

Dai said in a statement that Canada will invest 25 million Canadian dollars (1 Canadian dollar about $ 0.85), upgrading the country's Atlantic coast sea level monitoring device, to reach the international advanced level in order to accurately when an earthquake occurs Tide monitoring changes in a timely tsunami warning.

It is reported that this system will be upgraded throughout the Atlantic Ocean tsunami early warning system as part of the relevant agencies from Canada and the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration co-management.

Statistics show that 70% of the tsunami in the Pacific, but sometimes the Atlantic Ocean tsunami.

The good news is Central Canada has a great Tsunami warning system.

A Tsunami Warning System (TWS) is a system to detect tsunamis and issue warnings to prevent loss of life and property. It consists of two equally important components: a network of sensors to detect tsunamis and a communications infrastructure to issue timely alarms to permit evacuation of coastal areas.

Nuclear reactor emergency cooling system dead. West coast of Canada and USA on tsunami warning. This is not improving.