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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:17 AM
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Default Hawaii Tsunami Watch for January 2007

Check it out. It follows an 8.4 quake off of Japan.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:26 AM
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Finally, an interesting weekend! yaaaay!
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:32 AM
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Being that the quake epicenter is (far) north-west of Hawaii, if a tsunami were to hit Hawaii shores, would it only affect shores here facing that direction? Or would it envelope the entire island?
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:44 AM
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You'll probably have abnormalities around the entire island shoreline but I would suspect the shores facing the direction of the incoming tsunami would be the ones that would face the waves.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:47 AM
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Being that the quake epicenter is (far) north-west of Hawaii, if a tsunami were to hit Hawaii shores, would it only affect shores here facing that direction? Or would it envelope the entire island?
I have absolutely no idea 'cept to wonder about the wrap-around effect like what's happening now with big No. Shore surf. Makaha is getting the wrap-around. Love it! Wouldn't love it if it was a tsunami, tho'!
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:58 AM
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Oh boy. They just announced it's a WARNING, which means a Tsunami is IMMINENT.

So far a 3.3 ft. wave was generated off the coast of Hokkaido.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 12:58 AM
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From http://www.prh.noaa.gov/ptwc/wmsg


TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 002
PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER/NOAA/NWS
ISSUED AT 0541Z 13 JAN 2007

THIS BULLETIN IS FOR ALL AREAS OF THE PACIFIC BASIN EXCEPT
ALASKA - BRITISH COLUMBIA - WASHINGTON - OREGON - CALIFORNIA.

... A TSUNAMI WARNING AND WATCH ARE IN EFFECT ...

A TSUNAMI WARNING IS IN EFFECT FOR

RUSSIA / JAPAN / MARCUS IS. / WAKE IS. / MIDWAY IS. /
N. MARIANAS

A TSUNAMI WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR

GUAM / MARSHALL IS. / TAIWAN / YAP / POHNPEI / CHUUK /
PHILIPPINES / KOSRAE / BELAU / JOHNSTON IS. / HAWAII /
INDONESIA / KIRIBATI / NAURU / PAPUA NEW GUINEA /
HOWLAND-BAKER

FOR ALL OTHER PACIFIC AREAS, THIS MESSAGE IS AN ADVISORY ONLY.

AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS

ORIGIN TIME - 0423Z 13 JAN 2007
COORDINATES - 46.7 NORTH 154.4 EAST
LOCATION - EAST OF KURIL ISLANDS
MAGNITUDE - 8.2

EVALUATION

IT IS NOT KNOWN THAT A TSUNAMI WAS GENERATED. THIS WARNING IS
BASED ONLY ON THE EARTHQUAKE EVALUATION. AN EARTHQUAKE OF THIS
SIZE HAS THE POTENTIAL TO GENERATE A DESTRUCTIVE TSUNAMI THAT CAN
STRIKE COASTLINES NEAR THE EPICENTER WITHIN MINUTES AND MORE
DISTANT COASTLINES WITHIN HOURS. AUTHORITIES SHOULD TAKE
APPROPRIATE ACTION IN RESPONSE TO THIS POSSIBILITY. THIS CENTER
WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR SEA LEVEL DATA FROM GAUGES NEAR THE
EARTHQUAKE TO DETERMINE IF A TSUNAMI WAS GENERATED AND ESTIMATE
THE SEVERITY OF THE THREAT.

ESTIMATED INITIAL TSUNAMI WAVE ARRIVAL TIMES. ACTUAL ARRIVAL TIMES
MAY DIFFER AND THE INITIAL WAVE MAY NOT BE THE LARGEST. THE TIME
BETWEEN SUCCESSIVE TSUNAMI WAVES CAN BE FIVE MINUTES TO ONE HOUR.

LOCATION COORDINATES ARRIVAL TIME
-------------------------------- ------------ ------------
RUSSIA URUP IS 46.1N 150.5E 0456Z 13 JAN
PETROPAVLOVSK K 53.2N 159.6E 0540Z 13 JAN
MEDNNY IS 54.7N 167.4E 0551Z 13 JAN
UST KAMCHATSK 56.1N 162.6E 0551Z 13 JAN
SEVERO KURILSK 50.8N 156.1E 0552Z 13 JAN
JAPAN KUSHIRO 42.9N 144.3E 0539Z 13 JAN
HACHINOHE 40.5N 141.5E 0613Z 13 JAN
KATSUURA 35.1N 140.3E 0627Z 13 JAN
SHIMIZU 32.8N 133.0E 0746Z 13 JAN
OKINAWA 26.2N 127.8E 0847Z 13 JAN
MARCUS IS. MARCUS IS. 24.3N 154.0E 0717Z 13 JAN
WAKE IS. WAKE IS. 19.3N 166.6E 0813Z 13 JAN
MIDWAY IS. MIDWAY IS. 28.2N 177.4W 0817Z 13 JAN
N. MARIANAS SAIPAN 15.3N 145.8E 0839Z 13 JAN
GUAM GUAM 13.4N 144.7E 0902Z 13 JAN
MARSHALL IS. ENIWETOK 11.4N 162.3E 0912Z 13 JAN
KWAJALEIN 8.7N 167.7E 0944Z 13 JAN
MAJURO 7.1N 171.4E 1001Z 13 JAN
TAIWAN HUALIEN 24.0N 121.6E 0924Z 13 JAN
YAP YAP IS. 9.5N 138.1E 0935Z 13 JAN
POHNPEI POHNPEI IS. 7.0N 158.2E 0937Z 13 JAN
CHUUK CHUUK IS. 7.4N 151.8E 0939Z 13 JAN
PHILIPPINES PALANAN 17.1N 122.6E 0945Z 13 JAN
LAOAG 18.2N 120.6E 1003Z 13 JAN
SAN FERNANDO 16.6N 120.3E 1026Z 13 JAN
LEGASPI 13.2N 123.8E 1026Z 13 JAN
DAVAO 6.8N 125.7E 1040Z 13 JAN
ZAMBOANGA 6.9N 122.1E 1136Z 13 JAN
MANILA 14.6N 121.0E 1146Z 13 JAN
ILOILO 10.7N 122.5E 1159Z 13 JAN
PUERTO PRINCESA 9.8N 118.8E 1215Z 13 JAN
KOSRAE KOSRAE IS. 5.5N 163.0E 0959Z 13 JAN
BELAU MALAKAL 7.3N 134.5E 1003Z 13 JAN
JOHNSTON IS. JOHNSTON IS. 16.7N 169.5W 1008Z 13 JAN
HAWAII NAWILIWILI 22.0N 159.4W 1023Z 13 JAN
HONOLULU 21.3N 157.9W 1041Z 13 JAN
HILO 19.7N 155.1W 1059Z 13 JAN
INDONESIA GEME 4.6N 126.8E 1038Z 13 JAN
BEREBERE 2.5N 128.7E 1048Z 13 JAN
WARSA 0.6S 135.8E 1100Z 13 JAN
MANOKWARI 0.8S 134.2E 1106Z 13 JAN
PATANI 0.4N 128.8E 1115Z 13 JAN
JAYAPURA 2.4S 140.8E 1120Z 13 JAN
SORONG 0.8S 131.1E 1121Z 13 JAN
MANADO 1.6N 124.9E 1127Z 13 JAN
TARAKAN 3.3N 117.6E 1233Z 13 JAN
SINGKAWANG 1.0N 109.0E 1901Z 13 JAN
PANGKALPINANG 2.1S 106.1E 2327Z 13 JAN
KIRIBATI TARAWA IS. 1.5N 173.0E 1055Z 13 JAN
KANTON IS. 2.8S 171.7W 1206Z 13 JAN
CHRISTMAS IS. 2.0N 157.5W 1252Z 13 JAN
MALDEN IS. 3.9S 154.9W 1333Z 13 JAN
FLINT IS. 11.4S 151.8W 1431Z 13 JAN
NAURU NAURU 0.5S 166.9E 1057Z 13 JAN
PAPUA NEW GUINE KAVIENG 2.5S 150.7E 1101Z 13 JAN
MANUS IS. 2.0S 147.5E 1103Z 13 JAN
VANIMO 2.6S 141.3E 1118Z 13 JAN
WEWAK 3.5S 143.6E 1129Z 13 JAN
KIETA 6.1S 155.6E 1140Z 13 JAN
AMUN 6.0S 154.7E 1144Z 13 JAN
RABAUL 4.2S 152.3E 1147Z 13 JAN
MADANG 5.2S 145.8E 1153Z 13 JAN
LAE 6.8S 147.0E 1225Z 13 JAN
PORT MORESBY 9.3S 146.9E 1347Z 13 JAN
HOWLAND-BAKER HOWLAND IS. 0.6N 176.6W 1122Z 13 JAN

BULLETINS WILL BE ISSUED HOURLY OR SOONER IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.
THE TSUNAMI WARNING AND WATCH WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE.

THE JAPAN METEOROLOGICAL AGENCY MAY ALSO ISSUE TSUNAMI MESSAGES
FOR THIS EVENT TO COUNTRIES IN THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC AND SOUTH
CHINA SEA REGION. IN CASE OF CONFLICTING INFORMATION... THE
MORE CONSERVATIVE INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED FOR SAFETY.

THE WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER WILL ISSUE BULLETINS
FOR ALASKA - BRITISH COLUMBIA - WASHINGTON - OREGON - CALIFORNIA.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:10 AM
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The crawl at the bottom of the tv screen is predicting a 12:23am arrival if there is, in fact, a tsunami. It's still a Watch per breaking Channel 2 news. Guess I'll need to prepare to evacuate...just in case. No going to sleep 'til I feel certain it's safe. Shoot, I was hoping for an early night!

Security at my condo building is already going door to door to alert residents. They said if we have to evacuate, helicopters will do fly bys using a sound system to announce evacuation.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:23 AM
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Man, my math is rusty. So the estimated arrival time in Honolulu is 10:41Z (UTC), which would be... 12:41 a.m. HST, right? Meaning the PTWC has to make a call on the sirens by 9 p.m. or so. Whew. Could be a very interesting night.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:31 AM
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Dang! I can't find my Phone Book! What' the URL to find out if MWH is in A low area and if I have to evacuate. Cause if gotta...I gotta let my neighbors know. Many don't understand ENGLISH.

I think we are. I forgot.

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Ray Lowell at State Civil Defense is on KITV 4 now stating that if a tsunami hits Hawaii, that the waves have a potential to wrap around all coastal areas, even areas facing away from the quake origin.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:36 AM
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Here is a link to a map with tsunami inundation zones around Hawaii:

http://www.pdc.org/DisasterInfo/Tsun...uEvacMaps.html

Waikiki - Wailupe

http://www.pdc.org/DisasterInfo/Shel...ahu-map02.html

Waikiki

http://www.pdc.org/DisasterInfo/Shel...ahu-map01.html

Airport to Waikiki

http://www.pdc.org/DisasterInfo/Shel...ahu-map19.html


If the maps are accurate MWH and areas above Kapiolani Blvd should be safe.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:40 AM
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Mahalo Mel! MWH is safe.

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SEA LEVEL READINGS INDICATE A TSUNAMI WAS GENERATED. IT MAY HAVE BEEN DESTRUCTIVE ALONG COASTS NEAR THE EARTHQUAKE EPICENTER AND COULD ALSO BE A THREAT TO MORE DISTANT COASTS. AUTHORITIES SHOULD TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION IN RESPONSE TO THIS POSSIBILITY. THIS CENTER WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR SEA LEVEL DATA TO DETERMINE THE EXTENT AND SEVERITY OF THE THREAT.
Tsunami Bulletin #3 just posted. Same URL as previous updates, so I'm glad Mel copied the information from #2. Above, the "warning" applied to Russia, Japan, Marcus Is., Wake Is., Midway Is. and the N. Marianas. Now the areas under "warning" have grown to include Guam, Marshall Is., Taiwan, Yap, Pohnpei and Chuuk.

Hawaii remains under "watch," along with the Philippines, Kosrae, Belau, Johnston Is., Indonesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Howland-Baker, Palmyra Is., Solomon Is., Tuvalu, Vietnam, and Jarvis Is. I hope we and our other "watch" neighbors aren't promoted like some other locals have been.

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During a commerical break KHNL suggested to tune in to the 9pm news on KFVE.
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Latest updates from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center are posted at http://www.prh.noaa.gov/ptwc/bulletins.htm . Under the heading of "Hawai`i" at the top of the page, click on the link that says "Latest".
As others have said, we're still under a tsunami "watch" and not a "warning", but yes, that can change.
The safest place to be, were there to be a warning and strong signs of an imminent tsunami, would be on a boat, offshore. Remember, tsunami are not waves on the ocean surface -- they're pressure waves under the surface, until they hit shallow water. (The pressure waves can move at speeds up to 600mph.) At sea, the tsunami may only be an inch or so high, but develop into 30' or far far larger once it hits shallow water.
Ergo, safest to be on a boat offshore. The mainland shorelines have a shelf that slowly drops off to deeper water, but here, of course, we have extremely deep water very close to shore. To be safe, on the mainland you'd have to go many miles offshore, but not so much so here.
It's standard procedure in the event of a tsunami warning for Navy and Coast Guard ships to put to sea for that very reason. Anybody have a view of Pearl Harbor and/or Sand Island? If there's a lot of activity of ships leaving harbor, we should pay closer attention.
I saw the 9pm item on KFVE. Still analyzing the data. Interesting that they showed the activity in the PTWC. Nothing frantic, but obviously busy.
I'm guessing we're safe. But Mother Nature can be a fickle wench.
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KFVE reported the tsunami is less than half of the original 3' report. A 10cm wave surge was reported but "we're still not out of the woods yet"!

I'm confused, tho'! There's already a large swell happening on north and west shores. So, if, say, a 3' tsunami does hit us, does that 3' swell get swallowed up by the already large swell or does the swell increase by 3'? Or, is the surge the biggest worry?

Update...the watch is being cancelled, per the PTWC.
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[...]Remember, tsunami are not waves on the ocean surface -- they're pressure waves under the surface, until they hit shallow water. (The pressure waves can move at speeds up to 600mph.) At sea, the tsunami may only be an inch or so high, but develop into 30' or far far larger once it hits shallow water.[...]
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KITV is reporting a cancellation of the watch, but that a small wave is still possible.
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KITV is reporting a cancellation of the watch, but that a small wave is still possible.
Thanks to everyone for their info. I have family in one of the evacuation zones. You guys are much faster than the Internet news sources.
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KITV is reporting a cancellation of the watch, but that a small wave is still possible.
Not a wave, actually, but there still may be unusual currents and eddies. If there was any wave at all, even just one inch, it would still technically be a tsunami wave.
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KITV broke into programming again to say that the watch is cancelled and that beaches should remain clear due to possible "surges" now.
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KHNL paused Law & Order to report the cancellation of the watch. Anyway does anyone remember this event of November 2006?
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Ray Lowell at State Civil Defense is on KITV 4 now stating that if a tsunami hits Hawaii, that the waves have a potential to wrap around all coastal areas, even areas facing away from the quake origin.
True. Interestingly, the safest place on the shoreline is Kaneohe Bay, being the only place in Hawai`i that has a barrier reef. A large tsunami would cause some water to recede out of the bay, then rush back in, causing a surge, but not a wave. The situation would be even better if it happened at high tide.
The Discovery Channel still reruns the Indonesian Tsunami show frequently. The video footage of the water surging out and back in is the best example to learn about tsunami.
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Shoots. I wish I were at my mom's place in Hawaii Kai right now with my camera.

She said when the tidal surge hit from the quake in the Kuril islands in November, the canal behind her house, which opens at Moanalua Bay, had a series of waves strong enough that they actually pitched over! Normally this canal is flat as a lake! The house is approximately 1000' away from the bay. The canal surge might happen again around midnight tonight. That would make interesting video footage. Hopefully some tourists in Waikiki beachfront hotels will have their cameras out.

Scary though. Sure hope those DART buoy readings are correct!
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