Jerome Paros

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Recent advances in deep-ocean tsunami measurement technology coupled with tsunami forecast models have demonstrated that tsunami impact can be predicted before the tsunami reaches the affected coastlines. Since 2004, tsunami impacts have been predicted for 33 tsunamis detected in the deep-ocean with about 80% accuracy when observations and predictions at(More)
New high-resolution sensing technology has been developed for oceanic, seismic, and atmospheric measurements. Depth sensors, accelerometers, and barometers employing forcesensitive resonant quartz crystals have demonstrated their effectiveness in measuring tsunamis, earthquakes, and infrasound signals with a sensitivity of parts-per-billion. The(More)
Recent advances in deep-ocean tsunami measurement technology coupled with tsunami forecast models have reliably demonstrated that tsunami impact can be predicted before the tsunami reaches the affected coastlines. These forecast models are based on observations that are typically 1000 km or more from the earthquake epicenter. The major challenge today is to(More)
Meteorological sensors are successfully used for precise geophysical measurements by correcting for errors caused by atmospheric delays of GPS transmissions. These delays also are used as weather-related signals to calculate integrated precipitable water vapor in the atmosphere. If the meteorological sensors used with these GPS networks include broadband(More)
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