Because tsunami research is relatively new, the knowledge about the severity and frequency of local and distant tsunami is incomplete. A tsunami warning marine and beach threat has been issued for East Cape, Chatham Islands, Coromandel and Banks Peninsula. The timestamp shown at the top right of the images is the time when the images were last refreshed. Do not go sightseeing 4. If there is a tsunami warning what should I do? The roll out of the Eastern Coromandel Tsunami Strategy is to be extended to Pauanui and Tairua, Waikato Regional Council’s catchment services committee heard today. Tsunami warning and all: Cotswold Cottage - See 200 traveller reviews, 96 photos, and cheap deals for Cotswold Cottage at Tripadvisor. The previous 36 hours of sea level variations from all operational sites are displayed, oldest to most recent from left to right. This study aimed to explore the risk perception and preparedness levels of a small cohort of people living in an at-risk area.

From the The Ministry of Civil Defence Emergency Management: The Ministry of Civil Defence Emergency Management (MCDEM) has issued a tsunami warning (marine and beach threat) for East Cape, Chatham Islands, Coromandel, and Banks Peninsula.
Stay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries, including boating activities) 2. Qualitative data were collected using semi-structured interviews from fifteen residents evacuated from the town of Pauanui on the Coromandel Peninsula. tsunami to Whitianga township. Authorities will give warnings about tsunami if they are coming from far away. For many decades, mechanical sirens have been used for alerting fire parties to emergencies using the rise and fall signal. De-tided Tsunami Gauge Chart. Overnight (17.09.15) people in these areas should follow this advice: 1. How This Plan Was Developed The primary sources of information for development of this plan are: • Scientific and technical reports on tsunami hazards and risks developed since 2002 • The Eastern Coromandel Tsunami Strategy Report “Managing Tsunami Risks in Whitianga” (May, 2011)

Sea Level Tsunami Gauge Chart. Stay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries, including boating activities) […]
2 Background 2.1 A brief history of the use of sirens for tsunami warning The use of sirens for emergency management purposes is a long-established practice in New Zealand. use of sirens for tsunami warning. People in the above coastal areas should: 1.

New Zealand Tsunami Gauge Network.