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Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

Erstellt von DisainaM, 30.09.2009, 17:47 Uhr · 6 Antworten · 1.404 Aufrufe

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    Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    Indonesia's meteorological agency says a powerful earthquake has shaken western Indonesia.

    The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a tsunami alert for Indonesia, Malaysia, India and Thailand.

    The Indonesian agency said the tremor had a magnitude of 7.6. Its epicenter was just off the coast of Sumatra

    The U.S. Geological Survey put the strength at 7.9.

    The shaking could be felt in high buildings in the capital, Jakarta, several hundred miles, kilometers away and in neighboring Singapore and Malaysia.

    There were no immediate reports of a high waves or injuries.
    http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Powerf...I-t302678.html

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    Tsunami Watch canceled

    PHUKET: -- The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has canceled today’s tsunami watch following warnings earlier this evening that a tsunami could hit the region.

    The warning center’s latest and ‘final’ report issued to government agencies stated that sea level readings indicate that a significant tsunami was not generated by the magnitude 7.6 earthquake off Sumatra.

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    More than 1000 feared dead in quake

    From correspondents in Jakarta

    Agence France-Presse

    October 01, 2009 04:44am

    A MASSIVE earthquake wreaked havoc on the Indonesian island of Sumatra last night, with officials saying it could have killed more than 1000 people as homes and buildings collapsed.

    Three military transport planes had been prepared to deliver aid including tents, blankets and medicine, Disaster Management Agency spokesman Priyadi Kardono said.

    "The effects of the earthquake could be as big as the Yogyakarta quake," he said, referring to a 2006 quake that killed 6000.

    Local media reported that panicked residents rushed from their homes during the quake, which struck off Sumatra's west coast at 5.16pm (8.16pm AEST), 47 kilometres northwest of Padang.

    The quake was followed by dozens of aftershocks, two of which were over 6.0-magnitude, Indonesian geophysics agency technical head Mr Suharjono said, adding that damage was expected to be spread over a wide area.

    The US Geological Survey (USGS) had put the quake at a magnitude of 7.9, but later revised it down slightly.

    The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii initially put out a tsunami watch after the quake but later withdrew it.

    The quake was felt in the capital Jakarta, 940 kilometres away, and sent frightened office workers streaming out of buildings in nearby Singapore and the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.

    "The shaking was the worst I had ever felt," Ms Yuliarni, a resident of Pariaman district outside Padang, told TVOne news channel.

    "Houses have collapsed, the lights and electricity were cut off... People were fleeing to higher ground and some were hurt," she said.

    The quake caused a landslide that destroyed houses at Lake Maninjau, inland from Padang, local resident Hafiz told the channel, while the city airport was slightly damaged but was expected to reopen today.

    Geologists said Padang, which lies near the colliding Indo-Australian and Eurasian tectonic plates, was vulnerable to more quakes and tsunamis.

    "There will be aftershocks but it's difficult to predict whether there will be a bigger quake," Geological Disaster Mitigation and Volcanology Centre head Surono said.

    "There are three big volcanoes in West Sumatra - Merapi, Talang and Tandikat. We fear that this quake might cause volcanic eruptions there," he said.

    Experts have said the city is most at risk from a final segment along the zone shifting to unleash a massive amount of energy.

    The zone's other segments have already cracked, including a large portion off Aceh, at the northern tip of Sumatra, which triggered the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed more than 220,000 people.

    World Vision's Indonesian emergency head Jimmy Nadapdap said the charity would attempt to send out a disaster survey team to the affected area this morning.

    "It is critical that we get people into the quake zone as soon as possible to find out what has happened," he said.

    "If buildings have collapsed then people are likely to be in urgent need of food, water and especially shelter. The injured will also need medical assistance."

    Indonesia's Welfare Minister Aburizal Bakrie said the government had released 100 billion rupiah ($11.93 million) in emergency aid to deal with the disaster, news website Okezone reported.

    Indonesia sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, where the meeting of continental plates causes high volcanic and seismic activity.

    A quake on the main island of Java earlier this month killed 123 people.
    http://www.news.com.au/story/0,27574...-23109,00.html

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    Re: Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    DisainaM

    Ich schaetze Deine Beitraege, aber Dein threadtitel hier ist Unsinn.
    Sieh Dir Sumatra, den Sueden, an und dann Phuket. Wie sollen die Wellen ueber die Berge von Sumatra nach Phuket kommen? Die Wellen kommen evtl.nach Sansibar, aber nicht nach hier.
    2004, ich war bereits hier, war es anders. Wellen laufen nicht rechtsherum und nicht linksherum, sondern geradeaus.
    Also bitte keine Panikmache.
    reinhh

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    Re: Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    Zitat Zitat von reinhh",p="780534
    DisainaM

    Ich schaetze Deine Beitraege, aber Dein threadtitel hier ist Unsinn.
    Sieh Dir Sumatra, den Sueden, an und dann Phuket. Wie sollen die Wellen ueber die Berge von Sumatra nach Phuket kommen? Die Wellen kommen evtl.nach Sansibar, aber nicht nach hier.
    2004, ich war bereits hier, war es anders. Wellen laufen nicht rechtsherum und nicht linksherum, sondern geradeaus.
    Also bitte keine Panikmache.
    reinhh

    ..."konzentrisch", von einem Mittelpunkt, Bebenzentrum ausgehend!

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    Re: Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    Zitat Zitat von reinhh",p="780534
    Wellen laufen nicht rechtsherum und nicht linksherum, sondern geradeaus.
    reinhh
    das ist aber falsch. mit abnehmender wassertiefe und entsprechender bodenstrucktur können wellen durchaus ne 90-grad kurve machen. zu beobachten in jeder dämlichen bucht: die wellen rauschen immer entsprechend der bogenform der bucht an den strand.

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    Re: Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    Phuket hatte ja eine Tsunami Warnung rausgegeben, als es zum Erdbeben in Sumatra kam, doch glücklicherweise kam es zu keiner Tsunamiwelle, und so wurde der Alarm kurze Zeit später zurückgenommen.

    Das eine 7 Meter hohe Tsunamiwelle, wie auf Samoa, erhebliche Schäden verursachen kann, ist klar, und wer in einem Strandbungalow sitzt, ist natürlich gut beraten, dann Anhöhen aufzusuchen, die mindestens 10 Meter hoch sind,
    auch wenn die Formulierung, Land gewinnen, wahrscheinlich etwas zu norddeutsch ist.

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    Re: Tsunami Warnung - in Phuket sollte man Land gewinnen

    Zitat Zitat von DisainaM",p="780760
    ...auch wenn die Formulierung, [highlight=yellow:c9de7f9ce2]Land gewinnen[/highlight:c9de7f9ce2], wahrscheinlich etwas zu norddeutsch ist...
    und Asiaten wären mit der engl. Version "to reclaim land..." völlig überfordert: das tun die nämlich gerne, um Flughäfen etc. ins Meer hinein zu bauen


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