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Tsunami Watch, Advisory Canceled for Hawaii, American Samoa

A magnitude-8 earthquake north of New Zealand prompted the tsunami alerts. It was one of three major earthquakes that struck off New Zealand. Authorities warned people on New Zealand's coast to "MOVE IMMEDIATELY to the nearest high ground." A tsunami watch for Hawaii and an advisory for American Samoa prompted...
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KITV.com

Tsunami Watch canceled for the state of Hawai'i

The Tsunami Watch triggered by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake near New Zealand, has been canceled for the state of Hawai'i. The Watch was issued at 9:38 a.m. Thursday, according to Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. However, by 12:20 p.m., the agency canceled the alert. "Based on all available data, there is...
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Tsunami Watch CANCELED for Hawaiʻi Following 8.1 Kermadec Islands Earthquake

TSUNAMI WATCH CANCELED (12:21 P.M. 3.4.21) The tsunami watch that was in effect for the state of Hawaii has since been canceled as of 12:20 p.m. on Thursday, March 4, 2021. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center states that based on all available data, there is NO tsunami threat to the state of Hawaii.. therefore, the tsunami watch for Hawaii is now canceled.
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Tsunami watch ordered in Hawaii after 8.1 New Zealand quake; impact on California under review

A tsunami watch has been ordered for Hawaii after a magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean northeast of New Zealand. The U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center is reviewing data to determine the threat of a tsunami in California and the rest of the West Coast. Officials are watching for water data near New Zealand to determine the potential impact of a tsunami for the U.S. West Coast and Alaska, with important water level measurements expected later in the afternoon.
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The Guardian

Japan tsunami: remains on beach identified as victim of 2011 disaster

Skeletal remains found on a beach have been identified as those of woman who went missing 10 years ago in the 2011 Japan tsunami. Dental and DNA analysis this week revealed the remains to be those of Natsuko Okuyama, a 61-year-old from Higashimatsushima in the north-eastern Miyagi prefecture who disappeared when the waves swept in on 11 March 2011, a police spokesman said.
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Newswise

In Small, Seismically Unique Area, Group Preparing the World for Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Newswise — ARCATA, Calif.—In 2011, an earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan and caused damage across the Pacific. A unique volunteer network of professionals—based in the most seismically active areas of the continental U.S.—is marking the 10-year anniversary of the disaster while continuing to raise awareness about tsunami and earthquake preparedness.
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Thegardenisland.com

Tsunami Watch this afternoon

HONOLULU — National Weather Service (NWS) has placed Hawai‘i under a tsunami watch and the first wave is expected to impact the state this afternoon at 4:35 p.m. At 9:28 this morning, an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.1 hit the Kermadec Islands which notified NWS of a tsunami warning in Hawai‘i.
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KITV.com

Tsunami Watch: O'ahu's evacuation zones

Thursday morning, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a Tsunami Watch for the state of Hawai'i. Though there is still an investigation on whether is a threat to the state, the City and County of Honolulu is reminding the public to be prepared in knowing O'ahu's Evacuation Zones. Officials say...
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bigislandnow.com

NWS Cancels Statewide Tsunami Watch

The National Weather Service has cancelled a tsunami watch for the state of Hawai´i. A magnitude-8.1 earthquake 600 miles off the coast of New Zealand prompted the statewide tsunami watch. The Office of Gov. David Ige also subsequently issued a suggestion to people in low-lying, coastal areas to begin emergency preparations as a precaution.
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