Resources on the Asian Tsunami

Last Modified: January 10, 2005 for Citizens: Asia Earthquake and Tsunamis: (
-Lengthy list of US government and other links, including how to look for missing loved ones, and where and how to donate assistance.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Tsunamis: (
-Information on the science and impact of tsunamis, and on the Asian Tsunami in particular.

United Nations News Centre: Tsunami in South Asia: (
-News and background information on UN relief efforts, including links to relevant UN agencies.

US Agency for International Development (USAID): Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunamis: (
-Information on the scope of the disaster, US government efforts to aid the victims, and on how to offer assistance.

USA Freedom Corps: (
-Information on how to donate along with a list of links to reputable charities.

US Department of State: Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs: (
-Information on the tsunami and US relief efforts. Click on "Countries and Other Areas" for background on the countries that have been impacted by the disaster.

US Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program: (
-Offers detailed seismic information on the December 26, 2004 earthquake and resulting tsunami.

US Pacific Command: Tsunami Relief Effort: (
-News, transcripts, fact sheets, and other information on US military efforts to help the victims.

White US Support for Earthquake and Tsunami Victims: (
-Features presidential statements and press releases.

Yahoo! News: Asian Tsunami Disaster: (
-Includes links to news and wire service articles, multimedia information, and other resources.

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