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early warning system

a specific procedure for the early detection of any departure from normal frequencies of clinical cases or serological reactors of specific diseases by monitoring a sample of the population at risk.
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A regional approach to establish multi-hazard early warning systems can help ensure sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
DeFazio, the leading Democrat on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, has championed legislation that would require the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay for an earthquake early warning system for the Pacific Northwest.
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.
The new radar stations that have been put into operation as part of the Russian missile attack early warning system enable it to track not only ballistic targets and space objects but also "aerodynamic targets," he said.
UNESCO in collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is implementing a major project for upgrading the flood forecasting and early warning systems and for the risk mapping of flood plains along the Indus and Kabul River, said a news release issued here on Tuesday.
Turkey) compile 14 chapters on the use of surveillance systems, early warning systems, and data mining for detecting risk in financial, economic, social, security, and marketing areas.
Washington, Jan 31 (ANI): Scientists are seeking to create reliable early warning systems that accurately estimate the magnitude of an earthquake within the first seconds of rupture, as current systems underestimate the size of large quakes.
The agreement also calls for early warning systems to warn countries downstream of mining-related pollution incidents.
Department of Justice, early warning systems take the form of databases that contain personnel information designed to identify problem behavior and allow early intervention to correct the misconduct.
Prevention and early warning systems must become a priority.
Whether anticipating external or internal controversy, the benefits of effective early warning systems are readily identifiable.
The international community today is hardly in a position to avoid another genocide, as witnessed in Rwanda in 1994, despite the significant evolution of early warning systems in recent years.

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