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Sumatra-Andaman Islands earthquake and tsunami of December 26, 2004

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American Society of Civil Engineers , Reston, Va
Lifeline earthquake engineering -- Asia., Tsunami damage -- Asia., Public utilities -- Asia., Transportation -- Asia., Sumatra Earthquake, 2004., Nicobar Islands Earthquake, 2004., Indian Ocean Tsunami,
Statementedited by Carl Strand and John Masek ; sponsored by Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering.
SeriesMonograph / Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering -- no. 30, Monograph (American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering) -- no. 30.
ContributionsStrand, Carl L., Masek, John Paul., American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering., Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain)
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LC ClassificationsTA654.6 .S886 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 342 p. :
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Open LibraryOL21894712M
ISBN 10078440951X
ISBN 139780784409510
LC Control Number2008297150

On Decemone of the largest earthquakes of the last hundred years occurred in the Indian Ocean, outside of Sumatra and the Andaman Islands. This earthquake set into motion a transoceanic tsunami that struck coasts of the Andaman Sea, Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, and Arabian Sea.

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Get this from a library. Sumatra-Andaman Islands earthquake and tsunami of Decem lifeline performance. [Carl L Strand; John Paul Masek; American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering.; Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Sumatra-Andaman Islands earthquake and tsunami of December 26 -- "Topics covered include: geoscience and tsunami generation, roadway transportation systems, electrical.

The 26 December Sumatra-Andaman earthquake was the largest seismic event on Earth in more than 40 years, and it produced the most devastating tsunami Sumatra-Andaman Islands earthquake and tsunami of December 26 recorded his-tory (1). Like other comparably sized great earthquakes—such as the Kamchatka, the Andreanof Islands in the Aleutians, the Southern Chile, and the Prince.

A minute before 8 o'clock in the morning local time, a colossal earthquake began to shake the northern part of Sumatra and the Andaman Sea to its north.

Seven minutes later a stretch of the Indonesian subduction zone kilometers long had slipped by an average distance of 15 meters. The moment magnitude of the event was eventually estimated asmaking it one of the largest recorded Author: Andrew Alden. The Great Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake of 26 December and southeastern Eurasian plates on 26 December [seismic moment magnitude (Mw) = to ] and 28 March (Mw = The Sumatra-Andaman earthquake caused the worst tsunami disaster in history.

In order to reduce damage from future natural hazards, important steps include (1) scientific research, (2 Author: Kenji Satake. Rupture Modelling of the Decem Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake using the Hi-Net Array. Point of contact: Miaki Ishii 日本語 (Japanese Version) The Decem Sumatra-Andaman earthquake and its ensuing tsunami caused unprecedented and unanticipated destruction across Asia, but the character of the rupture has proven difficult to unravel.

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Sengupta and 12 others. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sumatra, Andaman earthquake and Tsunami, 26 December Kolkata: Geological Survey of India, Sumatra-Andaman Island Earthquake and Tsunami of Decem Lifeline Performance by Carl Strand & John Masek (Editors) (Author) ISBN ISBN X.

Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Price: $   On 26 Decembera magnitude earthquake ( N, E, depth 30 km) occurred off the coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia.

The tsunami generated by the earthquake was recorded nearly world-wide and killed more people than any other tsunami in recorded history, almostmissing and presumed dead. Indian Ocean tsunami oftsunami that hit the coasts of several countries of South and Southeast Asia in December The tsunami and its aftermath were responsible for immense destruction and loss on the rim of the Indian Ocean.

On Decemat am local time, an undersea earthquake with a magnitude of struck off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra. to reduce the destruction from the force of a tsunami and many people on the shores did not recognize or understand the warnings nature provided. In this lab, you’ll study seismograms from 3 different seismic stations recording the magnitude Sumatra earthquake of December 26th, By comparing the arrival times of the P and S waves on eachFile Size: 2MB.

J. Kardos, Evaluating realistic tsunami simulations with SWE model on GPU-enabled clusters. Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Available online: http.

Revised Version Submitted to Science, Ap The Great Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake of 26 December On-Line Supplemental Materials Thorne Lay,1* Hiroo Kanamori,2 Charles J. Ammon,3 Meredith Nettles,4 Steven N.

Ward,5 Richard Aster,6 Susan L. Beck,7 Susan L. Bilek,6 Michael R. Brudzinski,8,9 Rhett Butler,10 Heather R.

DeShon,8 Göran Ekström,4 Kenji Satake,11 Stuart Sipkin   Sometimes known as the Christmas or Boxing Day tsunami, the Decem Indian Ocean Tsunami is far from a distant memory, a decade after resulting in more thancasualities. “The tsunami struck after the magnitude Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake occurred off the northwest coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, causing catastrophic levels.

A magnitude megathrust earthquake occurred on Decem just off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The earthquake happened on the interface of the India and Burma plates. Based on preliminary locations of larger aftershocks, approximately kilometers of the plate boundary slipped as a result of the earthquake.

From the size of the earthquake it is likely that average. Results from different tsunami forecasting and hazard assessment models are compared with observed tsunami wave heights from the 26 December Indian Ocean tsunami.

Forecast models are based on initial earthquake information and are used to estimate tsunami wave heights during propagation. An empirical forecast relationship based only on seismic moment provides a close estimate to the.

A "very great" earthquake struck the North Indian Ocean & the Bay of Bengal at UTC on 26 December The earthquake began near the island of Simuelue off the west coast of Sumatra and ruptured a 1,kilometre section of the boundary between the.

Search book content Enter keywords for book content search Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake and Tsunami of Decem Edition: $ / user 30 summarizes the observations of damage to lifeline infrastructure systems caused by the Sumatra-Andaman Island earthquake of Decem Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake of There have been 13 aftershocks of Magnitude > since the main shock.

The zone of aftershocks is over km long. Because aftershocks occur on and very near the fault planes of main shocks, the length of the aftershock zone suggests that main-shock fault-rupture may have extended north of. Abstract. The Decem Sumatra earthquake of Mw caused wide spread damage in South and South-East Asian countries.

The resultant tsunami claimed an estimatedhuman lives, the largest ever loss of human lives in a : Harsh K. Gupta, Vineet K. Gahalaut. English Map on Indonesia and 6 other countries about Earthquake and Tsunami; published on 28 Feb by USGS M Sumatra - Andaman Islands Earthquake of 26 December - Indonesia | ReliefWeb.

Figure Screen capture from the USGS. Lampuuk on the island of Sumatra before and after the Banda Aceh earthquake on Boxing Day, (Decem ). Lampuuk is located on the northwestern most peninsula of the island. The image on the left shows the area prior to the tsunami and, on the right, the area after the tsunami.

The Indian Ocean earthquake, known by the scientific community as the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, was an undersea earthquake that occurred at UTC ( local time) on December United States Geological Survey (USGS) “The 26th December Sumatra-Andaman earthquake is the fourth largest earthquake in the world since and is the largest since the Fast facts: Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami The Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, which caused the Indian Ocean tsunami, is estimated to have released energy equivalent to 23, Hiroshima-type atomic bombs.

Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake and Indian Ocean Tsunamis, Decem EQ Net resources page on the event (moved to USGS site). Northern Sumatra Earthquake, Ma EQ Net. Other links to the earthquake: Preliminary Results of Rupture Process for the Ma Earthquake.

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The great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake of Decem initiated at a depth of about 30 km beneath the Sunda Trench off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia [°N; °E] at UTC1 (Stein and Okal, ). The rupture propagated upwards on a shallow-dipping (8°) fault plane and northward along the Nicobar and Andaman islands that.Forecast models of this type use tsunami time-series measurements at points in the deep ocean.

As a proxy for the Indian Ocean tsunami, a transect of deep-ocean tsunami amplitudes recorded by satellite altimetry is used to constrain slip along four subfaults of the M >9 Sumatra–Andaman earthquake. This proxy model performs well in Cited by: IRIS Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake Page; NOAA Tsunami report Event Page; Tectonic summary of the Sumatra earthquake (from USGS) Indian Ocean earthquake (Wikipedia) Indonesia geodynamic research (from RPI) Frequently asked questions about the Sumatra earthquake (from USGS) Small Threat, but Warning Sounded for Tsunami Research (article.