Retrospect on the tsunami simulation efforts for the German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System


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Natalja.Rakowsky [ at ] awi.de

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Starting in 2005, the GITEWS project (German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System) established from scratch a fully operational tsunami w arning system at BMKG in Jakarta. GITEWS was suceeded in 2011 by the smaller project PROTECTS for training the Indonesian staff and consolid ating the technical system. With the official end in March 2014, it is time to "eine bilanz ziehen". This presentation focusses on the "Beitrag" by the tsunami modelling group at the Alfred Wegener Institute. We will give a short overview on the developments of the numerical tsunami simulation model TsunAWI, of the scenario database built with TsunAWI, and of the simulation module SIM that interfaces the database to the decision support system.



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EGU General Assembly 2014, 29 Apr 2014 - 02 May 2014, Vienna, Austria.
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Rakowsky, N. , Harig, S. , Immerz, A. , Behrens, J. , Hiller, W. , Danilov, S. and Schröter, J. (2014): Retrospect on the tsunami simulation efforts for the German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System , EGU General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria, 29 April 2014 - 2 May 2014 .


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