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A tsunami warningsystem is a system to detect tsunamis and issue warnings to prevent loss of life.
Regional (or local) warningsystem centres use seismic data about nearby earthquakes to determine if there is a possible local threat of a tsunami.
All tsunami warningsystems feature multiple lines of communications (such as e-mail, fax, radio and telex, often using hardened dedicated systems) enabling emergency messages to be sent to the emergency services and armed forces, as well to population alerting systems (eg sirens).
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