early warning system


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a network of radar installations designed to detect enemy missiles or aircraft while there is still time to intercept them

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A regional approach to establish multi-hazard early warning systems can help ensure sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
The discussion, which is open to the public, will focus on earthquake resiliency efforts and early warning systems.
While not as accurate as scientific-grade equipment, this approach could be used in countries unable to afford much more expensive earthquake early warning systems, the researchers explained.
is credited with first proposing an early warning system in 1868, which he described in an article printed by The San Francisco Daily Bulletin, the Iranian telegraph operator living on the edge of desert likely had no access to American newspapers.
The GLOF early warning system we established in Punakha has been very expensive.
The early warning system will also provide information about public and private-based intervention services available to keep students on track to graduate.
since 2010 and has set up the on-site earthquake early warning system in schools, office buildings and for families.
CARDIFF scientists hope to drastically reduce kidney and blood infections in UK hospitals after developing an early warning system for patients fitted with catheters.
The Maghreb Drought Early Warning System (Life-Third Countries) is among the fruits of Morocco's collaboration with the OSS, he said, noting that this project enabled notably the assessment of desertification early warning systems and the development of indicators of vulnerability to this phenomenon.
Parts of an early warning system installed after a huge 2004 tsunami killed more than 226,000 people had been stolen but overall the system still worked, said the head of the meteorological agency, Sri Woro Harijono.
Under an early warning system secured by NAA/NMHC and others, FHA reports that it is close to exhausting its multifamily housing credit subsidy for FY 2010.
The early warning system is part of a multi-organisational programme involving the BASC, Defra, RSPB, British Trust for Ornithology, and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
Companies protecting their expensive product patents need this type of information, as do pharmaceutical companies that may need to have an early warning system for, say, medical breakthroughs in another corner of the world, or harmful drug interactions.
Commission on Civil Rights recommended that all police departments create an early warning system to identify problem employees who often receive the highest number of complaints or display patterns of inappropriate behavior.
The Midland MEP who visited south east Asia after last year's tsunami has welcomed news of an agreement on an early warning system for Indian Ocean countries.
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