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Title: The Locus of Tsunami Runup Frequency Distributions
Authors: Cox, Doak C.
LC Subject Headings: Tsunami hazard zones -- Hawaii.
Flood forecasting -- Hawaii.
Issue Date: Dec-1978
Publisher: Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Citation: Cox DC. 1974. The locus of tsunami runup frequency distribitutions. Honolulu (HI): Environmental Center, University of Hawaii.
Abstract: In June 1978, the Environmental Center issued a review of the "Coastal High-Hazard Zone as Mapped for the National Flood Insurance Program" (Cox, 1978). I have recently been made aware of a problem with the determination of the coastal high hazard zone that I did not anticipate in that review. This problem has to do with the assumption that the near-shore tsunami runups and the frequency distributions on which the zone limits are based could be taken to apply at a location of 200 feet inland from the shoreline. In this review I detail the problem, trace its source, and suggest certain courses of action to reduce it.
Pages/Duration: 13, [15] p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/18213
Appears in Collections:Environmental Center Special Reports



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