to the Web Site of TSUNAMI SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL and its electronic, international
journal "SCIENCE OF TSUNAMI HAZARDS" (STH) - published
to disseminate the results of applied and theoretical research on tsunamis and to increase knowledge about their
hazards.The links below and on the left provide information about the Tsunami Society,
on past and future activities and symposiums, on membership, and
directions for the submission of relevant scientific papers
pertaining to tsunami hazards for publication in
our journal. "Science of Tsunami Hazards" is a unique, peer-reviewed journal which has been published continuously without interruption since 1982, initially in print but subsequently in both electronic and printed formats.
Also, SCIENCE OF TSUNAMI HAZARDS has been accepted for inclusion in the prestigious international academic journal database DOAJ maintained by the University of Lund in Sweden with the support of the European Union. All papers published in the last 10 years were submitted, along with their bibliographic data, keywords and abstracts, to DOAJ*. The database is being currently updated with similar search criteraia for the 1982-1999 period. See listing of our journals at the *Directory of Open Access Journals
Additionally, SPARC Europe and DOAJ have entered an agreement about introducing a certification scheme for Open Access journals, the SPARC Europe Seal for Open Access Journals. - for which SCIENCE OF TSUNAMI HAZARDS is now eligible.
All past and curent issues of the journal, in electronic format, are archived as a mirror sites at the Los Alamos National Laboratory's electronic database, ( http://library.lanl.gov/tsunami/ )at the U.S Library of Congress, as well as at the present website. Additioanlly, all current and past STH papers, along with the article-specific search criteria for each paper, are presently being archived at THE NATIONAL LIBRARY, The HAGUE, NETHERLANDS http://www.kb.nl/e-Depot
Recently, EBSCO Publishing invited the Society to include "Science of Tsunami Hazards" in their extensive online database. The collaboration - endorsed by contract - has given the journal additional global exposure and readership in the databases of 90% of the academic institutions worldwide, including nation-wide access to databases in more than 70 countries. ---------------------------------------------------------
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TSUNAMI HAZARDS The Journal of Tsunami Society International
(A complete database for all issues and individual papers since 1982).
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at European Commission's - Joint Research Centre (JRC), Ispra, Italy, 22 May 2015
Tsunami Society International - a working partner - Endorses
PACEM IN MARIBUS XXXIV
INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON WORLD OCEAN REVIEW:
IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE & OCEAN RELATED HAZARDS: WATER & FLOOD MANAGEMENT POLICY IMPLICATIONS,PROTECTION, MITIGATION & ADAPTATION; & FOLLOW UP OF THE OUTCOME OF RIO +20:
IMPLEMENTATION OF UNCLOS & RELATED INSTRUMENTS IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION; AND
INTERNET WEB-BASED GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (completed)
Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao
3rd – 8th September 2013
"Integrative Risk Management - Science and technology to strengthen the post 2015 framework"
24 - 28 August 2014 | Davos, Switzerland
5th IDRC Davos 2014 - Registration and Abstract Submission open now!
30 MAY 2013
The 5th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC Davos 2014 will be held at the international conference centre in Davos from 24 - 28 August 2014.
IDRC Davos 2014 will gather again over 1000 participants including risk management experts, practitioners, scientists, key players from civil society, Non-Governmental Organisations and the private sector. The diversity of participants enables both a strategic and operational level of discussion to ensure “the last mile” will be considered with key players from line ministries and disaster and risk management authorities.
The Tsunami Society held its Fourth International Tsunami Symposium in July 25 - 29, 2010, in Toronto, Canada, in conjunction and mutual co-sponsorship with the 9th US National & 10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering.
Tsunami Society International received papers for its Fourth International Tsunami Symposium in Toronto, Canada (July 26-29, 2010), from scientists working at universities and organizations from the following countries: ALGERIA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, CANADA, CHILE, CHINA, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, INDIA, INDONESIA, ITALY, JAPAN, MEXICO, MOROCCO, NEW ZEALAND, PUERTO, RICO, PORTUGAL, RUSSIA, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SRI LANKA, THAILAND, TURKEY, UNITED KINGDOM and US
List of Universities and Institutions of scientists who submitted abstracts and papers for presentation at the FOURTH INTERNATIONAL TSUNAMI SYMPOSIUM IN TORONTO, in conjunction and mutual co-sponsorship with the 9th US National & 10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering (Partial listing).
Titles of Papers Listing of papers submitted for presentation at the FOURTH INTERNATIONAL TSUNAMI SYMPOSIUM IN TORONTO, July 25-29, 2010. Full Proceedings to be posted at a later date.
Tsunami Society International is pleased to co-sponsor the 9th US National and 10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering that is being hosted by EERI and The Canadian Association for Earthquake Engineering. The conference is titled "Reaching Beyond Borders" and will provide an opportunity for both researchers and practitioners to share the latest knowledge and techniques for understanding and mitigating the effects of earthquakes. The conference will be a a unique environment that will facilitate synergy between U.S. and Canadian colleagues, as well as other participants from around the world. This conference will highlight a broad range of disciplines, including architecture, structural engineering, seismology, geology, geophysics, geotechnical engineering, business, public policy, social sciences, regional planning, emergency response planning, and regulation. The Fourth International Tsunami Symposium will be held as the Tsunami Session of the joint conferences.
OCEANS 2010 MTS/IEEE - Seattle, WA - September 20-23, 2010 (completed)
Registration is now open for OCEANS 2010 MTS/IEEE Seattle being held at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center from September 20th through 23rd, 2010. The deadline for early registration is August 15, 2010, so sign up now to save and to get the best deals with the conference's hotel partner, the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. Registration information and the online registration link can be found at http://www.oceans10mtsieeeseattle.org/main.cfm/CID/7/Registration/.
OCEANS 2010 is the major annual conference that gathers scientists, engineers, policy makers, and goods and services vendors with a singular focus on the world's oceans. Topical research and technology breakthroughs are presented along with a large exhibition of company products and services as part of a comprehensive technical program designed to keep ocean scientists and technologists abreast of local, national, and international oceans matters.
2011 National Hydrologic Warning Council - San Diego, CA - May 9-12, 2011
Conference and Exposition
Hilton San Diego at Mission Bay
Welcome to the main page for the 9th biennial conference and exposition for the National Hydrologic Warning Council. Hydrologic disasters continue to be headline news across the world. It is the mission of the NHWC and its members to provide timely, quality hydrologic information for the protection of life, property, and the environment. If your job or passion is related to the warning of hydrologic hazards, then this conference is for you.
34TH INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS - AUSTRALIA 2012,
BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA. 2 - 10 AUGUST 2012
VENUE & SCIENTIFIC FOCUS
The 34th International Geological Congress (IGC), or AUSTRALIA 2012, will be held on behalf of the Oceania region at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC). The event will provide a pivotal forum for international interdisciplinary interactions in all fields of geoscientific endeavour. A wide-ranging scientific program under the theme ÔUnearthing our Past and FutureÕ will highlight the crucial contributions of geoscience in meeting societal needs and sustaining planet Earth.
Diverse opportunities to see the fascinating geology of the Oceania region will be available through field trips being arranged in conjunction with the IGC. These will range from one day trips in Queensland, to some 30-35 longer visits that will take in significant sites in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia.
MORE INFORMATION - Congress Website: www.34igc.org
at HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Area: Tsunami simulations
Time: start now (2 or 3 years)
Qualifications: 1. Healthy (non-smoker); 2. BEng (Hons) 1st Class or IIA; 3. Competent in Fortran Programming; 4. Interested in mechanics and mathematics
Contact: Prof. KT Chau (27666015) firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNOUNCEMENT - Recruitment of Post-doctoral Fellows
at HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Area: Tsunami and earthquake engineering
Time: Start now (1 year with renewable 1 or more years)
Qualifications: 1. Healthy (non-smoker); 2. PhD degree in mechanics or engineering; 3. Competent in Fortran Programming; 4. Interested in mechanics and mathematics; 5. Good command in English (both written and oral); 6. Shaking table tests experience (preferred); 7. Need to help in research project management, professional activities, and supervision of FYP students
Contact: Prof. KT Chau (27666015), email@example.com
MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES C0-SPONSORED BY TSUNAMI SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL
4th International conference on PROTECTION OF STRUCTURES AGAINST HAZARDS, 24-25 October 2009, Beijing, China(Completed) Supported by the Dept of Civil Engineering, Yantai University, China.
Venue: Unisplendour International Center (4-star Hotel) (Near East Gate of Tsinghua University).
Post Conference Tour (26-30 October 2009)
A 5-day of the THREE GORGES DAM project is offered to participants. visits to include Gezhouba ship locks,Three Gorges dam-Three Gorges sightseeing, and Fengdu Ghost city.
For more information contact the Conference Secretariat: CI-PREMIER PTE LTD, 150 Orchard Road #07-14, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841
Tel: (065) 6733-2922 Fax: (065) 6235-3530 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
24TH International Tsunami Symposium of the IUGG Tsunami Commission and Technical Workshop on Tsunami Measurements and Real-Time Detection, Novosibirsk, Russia, July 14-17, 2009(Completed)
The meeting included a 3-day Research Symposium covering the basic aspects of the tsunami problem and 1-day Technical Workshop on Tsunami Measurements and Real-Time Detection jointly sponsored by the IUGG Tsunami Commission (IUGG/TC), the National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) NOAA and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) UNESCO.
2009 China Cross-Straits Symposium on the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards - 19-20 JUNE 2009, FUZHOY, CHINA (Completed)
The Symposium was held in China's south-eastern coastal city of Fuzhou, in Fujian Province from the 19th to 20th June 2009. It was sponsored by the China International Talent Exchange Foundation, the Taiwan K.T.Li Foundation for the Development of Science and Technology, the National Taiwan University, the Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, the Department of Water Resources, the Meteorological Administration, the Earthquake Administration of Fujian Province, Tsunami Society International, and had the strong support of China's National Natural Science Foundation. The objective of the two-day Symposium was to have in-depth communications and discussions on how to effectively mitigate the impact of natural hazads such as typhoons, earthquakes and tsunamis. Keynote address given by Tsunami Society International President, Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis. (View in English - View in Chinese(compressed pdf files, 1.8MB))