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Tsunami Preparedness along the West Coast, USA

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Title: Tsunami Preparedness along the West Coast, USA


Tsunami Preparedness explains how and why tsunamis occur, how to know that a tsunami is approaching, and what you should do. These issues are addressed by scientists, emergency managers, and first responders.

Location: CA, USA

Date Taken: 4/10/2009

Length: 10:08

Video Producer: U.S. Geological Survey

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Produced by the US Geological Survey.
Project coordinated by Walter D. Mooney (USGS, Menlo Park)
Filmed and edited by Justine Gesell (USGS, Menlo Park) and Kurt Loeffler (USGS, Menlo Park)
Funded by California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA), US Geological Survey (USGS), and Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)

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