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Annunciato il potenziamento della rete di monitoraggio dei terremoti negli Stati uniti

Il Segretario di stato agli interni USA, Ken Salazar, ha annunciato ieri a San Francisco uno stanziamento di 29.4 milioni di dollari per il potenziamento della rete di stazioni di monitoraggio dei terremoti, per i sistemi di comunicazione incluso l'early warning, tecnologia già utilizzata in Giappone, Taiwan e Messico, ecc.

L'approfondimento sul sito governativo: Secretary Salazar announces Recovery Act Funds to upgrade earthquake networks.
La notizia riportata da una fonte giornalistica californiana.

The Australian early warning network (EWN)


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