The Pacific Tsunami Museum is dedicated to promoting public education about tsunamis for citizens of Hawaii and the Pacific Region, as well as preserving the social and cultural history of Hawaii. Materials available at the museum's site include a listing of exhibits, a link to a webcam overlooking Hilo Bay, and event announcements. There is also a listing of programs sponsored by the museum, including class visits, a tsunami observer program and evacuation notification team, and a walking tour of historical tsunami sites. The students' page features games and puzzles, a frequently-asked-questions feature, links to related websites, and an online collection of tsunami warning signs. Other materials include a collection of tsunami-related art, interviews with survivors, and an archive of photographs.


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