EXERCISE CARIBE WAVE 11
CARIBE WAVE 11
23 March 2011
The CARIBE WAVE 11/ LANTEX 11 tsunami exercise is being conducted to assist tsunami preparedness efforts throughout the Caribbean region. Recent events, such as the 2004 Indian Ocean, 2009 Samoa, and 2010 Haiti and Chile earthquakes and tsunamis, attest to the importance of proper planning for tsunami response. The purpose of the exercise is to improve Tsunami Warning System effectiveness along the Caribbean coasts. The exercise provides an opportunity for emergency management organizations throughout the Caribbean to exercise their operational lines of communications, review their tsunami response procedures, and promote tsunami preparedness. Regular exercising of response plans is critical to maintain readiness for an emergency. This is particularly true for tsunamis, which are infrequent but high impact events. Every Caribbean emergency management organization (EMO) is encouraged to participate.
|IOC Circular Letter No. 2365||Joint CARIBE-Wave 2011 and LANTEX 2011 Exercise in the Western Atlantic, Caribbean and Adjacent Regions on 23 March 2011||13/01/2014||
|IOC/2010/TS/93||Exercise Caribe Wave 11: a Caribbean tsunami warning exercise||17/02/2014||
|GUZMAN Juan Luis||Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)|
|KLUTE Elizabeth||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland|
|MERCADO Aurelio||Puerto Rico|
|MERCADO Dimas Alonso||Honduras|
|MOJICA Rafael||Puerto Rico|
|ROMERO Gloria||Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)|
= Person has not yet confirmed their participation.
Total Invited: 12