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Sep 8, 2009, 5:46:06 PM (11 years ago)
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  • anuga_work/publications/boxing_day_validation_2008/acknowledgements.tex

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    44of Mathematics, The Australian National University. The authors would
    55like to thank Niran Chaimanee from the CCOP for providing
    6 the post 2004 tsunami survey data, building footprints, aerial
    7 photography and the elevation data for Patong city, Prapasri Asawakun
     6the post 2004 tsunami survey data, building footprints, satellite image
     7and the elevation data for Patong city, Prapasri Asawakun
    88from the Suranaree University of Technology and Parida Kuneepong for
    9 supporting this work; and Drew Whitehouse from the Australian National
    10 University for preparing the animation of the simulated impact.
     9supporting this work, Drew Whitehouse from the Australian National
     10University for preparing the animation of the simulated impact; and
     11Rick von Feldt for locating the Novotel from the video footage and
     12for commenting on the model from and eye-witness point of view.
    1113\end{acknowledgements}
  • anuga_work/publications/boxing_day_validation_2008/conclusion.tex

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    1616 An associated aim of this paper was to further validate the
    1717\textsc{ursga--anuga} tsunami modelling methodology employed by Geoscience
    18 Australiawhich is used to simulate the tsunami inundation.
    19 This study ashows that the tsunami modelling methodology adopted is credible
     18Australia which is used to simulate the tsunami inundation.
     19This study shows that the tsunami modelling methodology adopted is credible
    2020and able to predict detailed inundation extents and dynamics with reasonable accuracy.
    2121Model predictions matched well a detailed inundation survey
  • anuga_work/publications/boxing_day_validation_2008/data.tex

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    8787  dataset (\url{http://topex.ucsd.edu/WWW_html/srtm30_plus.html}),
    8888  coastline constrained using SRTM data (\url{http://srtm.csi.cgiar.org})
    89   as well as Navy charts no.\ 45 and no.\ 362; and 
     89  as well as Thai Navy charts no.\ 45 and no.\ 362; and 
    9090\item a one second grid created from the digitised Thai Navy
    9191  bathymetry chart, no. 358, which covers Patong Bay and the
     
    9797  an application of minimum curvature akima spline smoothing.
    9898  See \url{http://www.intrepid-geophysics.com/ig/manuals/english/gridding.pdf}
    99   for details on the Intrepid model
     99  for details on the Intrepid gridding scheme
    100100\end{itemize}
    101101
     
    119119
    120120A one second grid was used to approximate the bathymetry in Patong
    121 Bay. This elevation data was created from the digitised Thai
     121Bay. This bathymetry data was created from the digitised Thai
    122122Navy bathymetry chart, no 358.
    123123
     
    169169\subsubsection{Topography Data}
    170170A 1 second grid comprising the onshore topography and the nearshore
    171 bathymetry for Patong Beach was created from the Navy charts
     171bathymetry for Patong Beach was created from the Thai Navy charts
    172172(described in Section \ref{sec:bathymetry data}) and from 1 m and 10 m
    173173elevation contours provided by the CCOP (see Section
     
    254254widely available and can, for example, be obtained from
    255255\url{http://www.archive.org/download/patong_bavarian/patong_bavaria.wmv}
    256 (Comfort Hotel) and
     256(Comfort Resort) and
    257257\url{http://www.archive.org/download/tsunami_patong_beach/tsunami_patong_beach.wmv}
    258258(Novotel)}
     
    260260which include footage of the tsunami in Patong Bay on the day
    261261of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. Both videos show an already inundated
    262 group of buildings. They also show what is to be assumed as the second
     262street. They also show what is to be assumed as the second
    263263and third waves approaching and further flooding of the buildings and
    264264street.  The first video is in the very north, filmed from what is
  • anuga_work/publications/boxing_day_validation_2008/paper.tex

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    1818
    1919%-------authors-----------
    20 \author{J.~D. Jakeman \and O. Nielsen \and K. VanPutten \and
    21   D. Burbidge \and R. Mleczko \and N. Horspool}
     20\author{J.~D. Jakeman \and O. Nielsen \and K. VanPutten
     21\and R. Mleczko \and D. Burbidge \and N. Horspool}
    2222\authorrunning{Jakeman et alia}
    2323
  • anuga_work/publications/boxing_day_validation_2008/results.tex

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    286286
    287287\subsubsection{Arrival time}
    288 The arrival time of the first wave took place between 9:55 and 10:55 as described in
     288The arrival time of the first wave took place between 9:55 and 10:05 as described in
    289289Section~\ref{sec:eyewitness data}. The modelled arrival time at the beach is 10:02
    290290as can be verified from the animation provided in
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