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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 4:18pm

Tsunami nach Seebeben vor Chile im Anmarsch ?

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[...]Das Pazifik-Tsunami-Warnzentrum rief nach dem Erdbeben einen Tsunami-Alarm für die meisten Pazifik-Anrainer auf beiden Seiten des Ozeans aus. Neben der kompletten süd- und mittelamerikanischen Küste könnten auch in der Antarktis, in Russland, Japan, auf den Philippinen, in Neuseeland und in der Südsee Riesenwellen an Land schwappen und Schäden verursachen.[...]

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 5:59pm

Soll gegen 13:00h Ortszeit eintreffen


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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 6:28pm

19 Provinzen in Phils gewarnt, Tsunami wird gegen 6.00 am Ortszeit erwartet!

Auf den Philippinen wurde in 19 Provinzen Warnstufe 1 ausgerufen. (bedeutet keine Evakuierung, aber Alarmbereitschaft).
Betroffen sind die Provinzen der Sued-Ostkueste u.A. Davao del Sur und Davao Oriental, aber auch einige mitteloestlich und nordoestlich gelegene Provinzen (wie Leyte, Samar und Albay).

Erwartet wird der Tsunami zwischen 5.27 am und 6.04 am!

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnew…rted-on-tsunami

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 6:57pm

Nervous Asia-Pacific on tsunami watch after quake

[...] Despite their great distance from the quake zone, at-risk nations included New Zealand, Australia, Japan, the Philippines and a string of Pacific archipelagos including Tonga and Samoa. [...]

[...] Officials in the Philippines started planning for possible evacuations.
"No evacuation order is in effect but communities along the east coast of the country are advised to wait for further information and to prepare for possible evacuation," the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said. "Coastal areas fronting the Pacific Ocean... should keep watch."
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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 7:36pm

RE: Nervous Asia-Pacific on tsunami watch after quake

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 8:09pm

Phivolcs - Tsunami Alert Level

Informationen zum jeweils aktuellen Tsunami Alert Level und den evtl. betroffenen Regionen gibt´s bei Phivolcs:

http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/index.ph…id=341&Itemid=1

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 8:16pm

RE: Nervous Asia-Pacific on tsunami watch after quake

Wann,wo! Der Weg des Tsunamis.
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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 8:56pm

Hallo Leute,

danke das ihr hier die Members auf dem laufenden halten wollt, aber bitte achtet darauf, das keine alten Meldungen hier eingestellt werden, besonders wenn es um Entwarnungen geht.
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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 9:24pm

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CNN berichte alles darüber.tolle infos dort.um ca 22:00 trifft der tsunami auf hawaii.dann wissen wir wie stark dieser tsunami ist.
hoffentlich harmlos......

Auf der "Robinson Crusoe Insel" 670km westlich von Chile wurden Schäden gemeldet.
http://www.wirtschaftsblatt.at/home/inte…410191/index.do

Drei Menschen würden vermisst. In Ufernähe seien ein Lagerhaus, die Schule und das Bürgermeisteramt sowie einige Pensionen und Wohnhäuser von den Wassermassen zerstört worden

Leider hat die Hydraulik die Eigenschaft schlecht komprimierbar zu sein.

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 9:31pm

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CNN berichte alles darüber.tolle infos dort.um ca 22:00 trifft der tsunami auf hawaii.dann wissen wir wie stark dieser tsunami ist.
hoffentlich harmlos......


New Zeeland, Wellington hat es schon abbekommen. Tsunami-Alarm in Neuseeland - Erste Welle niedrig

Hawai bereitet sich vor.

http://www.rp-online.de/panorama/ausland…aid_825772.html

Welle könnte bis zu 5 Meter hoch sein.
http://www.time-news.de/2010/02/27/tsuna…hohe-unbekannt/

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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 11:10pm

Die letzte Pressemitteilung von PHILVOLCS ist von Samstagabend (27.02.2020, 11:30 PM Ortszeit).
Leider ist die Seite schlecht aufbereitet.
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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 11:16pm

Französisch-Polynesien wurde erreicht.

http://www.n24.de/news/newsitem_5885695.html

Erste Flutwellen haben auch Teile von Französisch-Polynesien heimgesucht. Diese erreichten in der Nacht zum Sonntag (Ortszeit) eine Höhe von rund zwei Metern.

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Sunday, February 28th 2010, 2:35am

Tsunami Warnungen aufgehoben!

Alle Tsunami Warnungen ausser fuer Russland und Japan wurden aufgehoben!

Tsunami warnings lifted everywhere but in Russia, Japan

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Sunday, February 28th 2010, 8:00am

Ausser Spesen nix gewesen!

Die "gefuerchtete Tsunami" war der Flog des Monats Februar 2010. Das ist alles so gewesen wie ein grosser Scherz!

Still no tsunami waves as of 1:30 p.m.—Phivolcs

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The impact of the tsunami waves that were forecast to hit the eastern coast lines of the country has not been felt as of 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to an official of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

”Pwedeng meron nang dumating (the waves may have arrived), but it's too small to be noticed,” Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum said in an interview 30 minutes after the tsunami was expected to arrive in the Philippines.

Solidum explained that like the earlier tsunami that hit the shores of Japan, the wave turned out to be less than the expected height.

”Japan expected at least three meter high waves, but what reached them was about 30 centimeters,” the Philvolcs director said.
The critical period for the Philippines is between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Coastal villages in the 19 provinces facing the Pacific Ocean have been advised to be ready for evacuation, if necessary.

Meter-high waves were expected. Phivolcs has advised everybody to stay away from eastern coast lines in the country at least four hours from 1 p.m.


Tiny tsunami reaches Japan; Pacific damage small

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The first tsunami from an earthquake in Chile hit Japan’s outlying islands on Sunday, but while the initial waves were small and most of the Pacific islands already in its path had been spared damage, officials warned a bigger surge could follow.

Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the first wave to reach Japan after the magnitude 8.8 quake off Chile was recorded in the Ogasawara islands. It was just 4 inches (10 centimeters) high. Another, measuring about 12 inches (30 centimeters), was observed in Hokkaido, to the north. There were no reports of damage.

As it crossed the Pacific, the tsunami has dealt populated areas — including the US state of Hawaii — just a glancing blow.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center already lifted its warning for every country but Russia and Japan, though some countries in Asia and the Pacific — including the Philippines, Australia and New Zealand — were keeping their own watches in place as a precaution.

The tsunami initially raised fears that the Pacific could fall victim to the type of killer waves that killed 230,000 people in the Indian Ocean in 2004 the morning after Christmas. During that disaster, there was little to no warning and much confusion about the impending waves.

Officials said the opposite occurred after the Chile quake: They overstated their predictions for the size of the waves and the threat.

"We expected the waves to be bigger in Hawaii, maybe about 50 percent bigger than they actually were," said Gerard Fryer, a geophysicist for the warning center. "We'll be looking at that." But Japan, fearing the tsunami could gain force as it moved closer, put all of its eastern coastline on tsunami alert Sunday and ordered hundreds of thousands of residents in low-lying areas to seek higher ground as waves generated by the Chilean earthquake raced across the Pacific at hundreds of miles (kilometers) per hour.

Japan is particularly sensitive to the tsunami threat.

In July 1993 a tsunami triggered by a major earthquake off Japan’s northern coast killed more than 200 people on the small island of Okushiri. A stronger quake near Chile in 1960 created a tsunami that killed about 140 people in Japan.

Towns along northern coasts issued evacuation orders to 400,000 residents, Japan’s national broadcaster, NHK, said. NHK switched to emergency mode, broadcasting a map with the areas in most danger and repeatedly urging caution.

As the wave continued its expansion across the ocean, Japan’s Meteorological Agency said its tsunami alert applied to its entire Pacific coast, with the waves expected to be biggest in the north. A tsunami of up to 9.8 feet (3 meters) was expected to hit the northern prefectures of Aomori, Iwate and Miyagi.

People packed their families into cars, but there were no reports of panic or traffic jaFishermen secured their boats, and police patrolled beaches, using sirens and loudspeakers to warn people to leave the area.

Elsewhere, however, the tsunami passed quietly.

By the time the tsunami hit Hawaii — a full 16 hours after the quake — officials had already spent the morning ringing emergency sirens, blaring warnings from airplanes and ordering residents to higher ground.

The islands were back to paradise by the afternoon, but residents endured a severe disruption and scare earlier in the day: Picturesque beaches were desolate, million-dollar homes were evacuated, shops in Waikiki were shut down, and residents lined up at supermarkets to stock up on food and at gas stations.

Waves hit California, but barely registered amid stormy weather. A surfing contest outside San Diego went on as planned.

In Tonga, where up to 50,000 people fled inland hours ahead of the tsunami, the National Disaster Office had reports of a wave up to 6.5 feet (2 meters) high hitting a small northern island, deputy director Mali'u Takai said. There were no initial indications of damage.

Nine people died in Tonga last September when the Samoa tsunami slammed the small northern island of Niuatoputapu, wiping out half of the main settlement.

In Samoa, where 183 people died in the tsunami five months ago, thousands remained Sunday morning in the hills above the coasts on the main island of Upolu, but police said there were no reports of waves or sea surges hitting the South Pacific nation.

Villagers living close to the Philippines' eastern coast were advised to move to higher ground, said Renato Solidum, the chief of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

[B]He said a wave of about 3.2 feet (1 meter) high could hit early in the afternoon.
"We're not expecting any huge tsunami so we're just urging everybody to take precautions," Solidum told The Associated Press.[/B]

On New Zealand’s Chatham Islands earlier Sunday, officials reported a wave measured at 6.6 feet (2 meters).

Oceanographer Ken Gledhill said it was typical tsunami behavior when the sea water dropped a meter off North Island’s east coast at Gisborne then surged back.

Several hundred people in the North Island coastal cities of Gisborne and Napier were evacuated from their homes and from camp grounds, while residents in low-lying areas on South Island’s Banks Peninsula were alerted to be ready to evacuate.

New Zealand’s Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management downgraded the national warning to an advisory Sunday afternoon and in the Cook Islands police issued an all-clear midmorning Sunday.

In Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology reported a tsunami measuring 1.6 feet (0.5 meters) off Norfolk Island, about 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) northeast of Sydney. There were no immediate reports of damage.
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Sunday, February 28th 2010, 8:45am

RE: Tsunami Warnungen aufgehoben!

auch Phivolcs hat die Warnung aufgehoben

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/region…e-tsunami-alert

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Sunday, February 28th 2010, 9:04am

Guten Morgen.
Es ist kein Newsticker, aber wie ich finde näher am geschehen das Deutsche Zeitungen:

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/

auch nicht zu verachten:

http://twitter.com/sunstaronline

Sry das ich so spät mit sowas komme, Mail ist im Spamordner gelandet und ich hab das Forum irgendwie aus der Erinnerung gestrichen.

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Sunday, February 28th 2010, 9:08am

Tsunami Alert Cancellation

Phivolcs hat es offiziell verkündet:

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TSUNAMI ALERT CANCELLATION
A strong distant earthquake occurred NEAR COAST OF CHILE at 02:34 PM, 27 February 2010 (Philippine Time), located at 36.1 ºS, 72.6 ºW with depth of 55 km and a preliminary magnitude of 8.8. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center sea level monitoring stations confirmed the occurrence of a tsunami due to this earthquake. At 7:00 AM 28 February 2010, PHIVOLCS issued a bulletin with Tsunami Alert Level 2 in areas along the coast of the Philippines fronting the Pacific Ocean, stating that concerned public is advised to be on alert for unusual tsunami waves with heights of at most one (1) meter.

As of 3:00 PM 28 February 2010, PHIVOLCS has not received any reports of unusual significant sea level changes within the projected arrival period of tsunami waves in the Philippine coasts (1:00PM to 2:30PM). Other observations of the passage of tsunami in the nearby countries show that the waves are small and non-damaging. By 4:30 PM 28 February 2010, if no other significant sea level changes were observed, local authorities & the public can assume that the tsunami threat has passed. People may resume their normal activities.

This will be the last bulletin issued for this event.Quelle: http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/index.ph…id=343&Itemid=1
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