11 Feb, 2021
Project Safe Haven: Tsunami Vertical Evacuation Systems on Washington State's Pacific Coast
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
From the Summary: "Washington State's Pacific coast faces the threat of large-scale earthquakes and tsunamis. To mitigate the risk, Washington is providing technical assistance to cities, counties, and tribes for construction of the Nation's first vertical evacuation structures capable of withstanding 9.0+ magnitude earthquakes and 30-foot waves. The project provides residents and visitors in coastal population centers a means of seeking safety without having to travel considerable distance to natural high ground."
  • URL
  • Publisher
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Date
    11 Feb, 2021
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Federal Emergency Management Agency: www.fema.gov/
  • Format
  • Media Type
  • Subjects
    Disaster preparedness--Plans
    Tsunamis--Safety measures
  • Series
    FEMA Preparedness Grants Effectiveness Case Studies
    FEMA Innovative Practice Paper
    FEMA Case Study Library

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