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2004 Indian Ocean tsunami explanatory animations and illustrations

Australian Ocean Data Network
Hagan, K. ; Cummins, P. ; Cerini, B.
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Brief description

A selection of images and short animations explaining key aspects of the 2004 Indian Ocean/ Sumatra tsunami, revised and issued for release to the media and other interested organisations on the tenth anniversary of the disaster.
This selection updates existing resources previously released by Geoscience Australia.

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: notPlanned
Statement: Animation 1, showing a slip-thrust fault, a tsunami and the tsunami sensing systems that feed data to the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning System, was derived from an existing static image, first created by Geoscience Australia in 2005. The original illustration appears in a 2005 brochure produced by the Australian Government to explain the functions of the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre.

Animation 2, showing a visualisation of the wave heights emanating from the 2004 tsunami event, was created by ANUGA in 2005.

Animation 3, showing how a tsunami can be generated in a subduction zone, through the sudden release of tension in the Earth's crust. This animation was originally approved as an upgrade to a previous animation that appeared in a film presented to PMSEIC in 2005, titled 'Tsunami: Does anybody have to die?'

Animations 4-6 are a minor update to three short animations originally produced as part of a series of eight. These animations explain how different tsunami waves are generated, propagated and inundate land.

Still images:

Image 1, 'Australian tsunami warning system sea level gauges and tsunameters', which compares access to sea level gauges on 26 December 2004 and 26 December 2014.

Image 2, 'Australian tsunami warning system seismic stations', which compares access to seismic stations on 26 December 2004 and 26 December 2014.

Image 3, ' Indian Ocean Tsunami propogation - 26 December 2004' which shows the relative height of the 2004 tsunami waves

Image 4, 'Seismogram - Magnitude 9.1 Earthquake 26 December 2004, Sumatra, Indonesia' which shows the magnitude of the earthquake that triggered the earthquake

Issued: 2014

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Figure 3 (pdf) (File download)

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Figure 2 (pdf) (File download)

uri : https://d28rz98at9flks.cloudfront.net/82612/Tsunami_figure_2_v2.pdf

2004 Indian Ocean tsunami wave height dissemination (File download)

uri : https://d28rz98at9flks.cloudfront.net/82612/2004_Indian_Ocean_tsunami_wave_height_dissemination.mp4

Australian Tsunami Warning System - Animation showing monitoring detection analysis warning (File download)

uri : https://d28rz98at9flks.cloudfront.net/82612/Australian_Tsunami_Warning_System_Animation_showing_monitoring_detection_analysis_warning.mp4

Subduction trench generating tsunami wave (File download)

uri : https://d28rz98at9flks.cloudfront.net/82612/Subduction_trench_generating_tsunami_wave.mp4

Figure 1 (pdf) (File download)

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Tsunami generation propogation inundation - Video 2 - Propogation (File download)

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Tsunami generation propogation inundation - Video 3 - Inundation (File download)

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Tsunami generation propogation inundation - Video 1 - Generation (File download)

uri : https://d28rz98at9flks.cloudfront.net/82612/Tsunami_generation_propogation_inundation_Video_1_Generation.mp4

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