The Web version of the Historical Tsunami Database for the Pacific (HTDB/PAC) is maintained by the Novosibirsk Tsunami Laboratory (NTL) which is part of the Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics of Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences. The database consists of two parts. The first part ( event data )contains the source some basic tsunami parameters on almost 1490 historical tsunamigenic events occurred in the Pacific (within the area between 65S to 65N and 80E to 50W) from 47 B.C up to the present time. The second part ( run-up data ) contains nearly 8000 coastal run-up and tide-gauge observations of wave heights. The third part ( earthquake data ) contains the world-wide catalog of  significant earthquakes (nearly 6300 events) from pre-historic times till present. The site provides you with screen forms for data search by a number of criteria, for their listing, sorting and for several types of data processing (a histogram of tsunami occurrence, intensity-time and intensity-magnitude charts).

Any comments on data sets can be sent to Viacheslav K.Gusiakov, Head, Tsunami Laboratory (gvk@omzg.sscc.ru )
Comments on the page design and its performance can be sent to Igor Marinin,a site programmer (iiv@nmsf.sscc.ru )
To search for the event data, click the "Event data" button
To search for the run-up data, click the "Run-up data" button
To search for the earthquake data, click the "Earthquake data" button
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For a more detailed information on the contents of the database see Database summary
To get the brief on-line help, place the mouse cursor on a search option, a button or a table headline parameter (this option is currently available for the IE users only).
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