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Partner States and Territories

Official NTHMP Coordinating Committee Members
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The following states and territories actively participate on the NTHMP Coordinating Committee and its subcommittees.

Alaska
Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
University of Alaska Fairbanks/Alaska Earthquake Center
Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys

American Samoa
American Samoa Territorial Emergency Management Coordination

California
California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services: Earthquake, Tsunami & Volcano Programs
California Geological Survey: CGS Tsunami Program

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Guam
Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense

Hawaii
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Oregon
Oregon Office of  Emergency Management: Tsunami Information
Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries: Oregon Tsunami Clearinghouse

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency
University of Puerto Rico/Puerto Rico Seismic Network

U.S. Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency: Plan and Prepare–Tsunamis

Washington
Washington Emergency Management Division: Tsunami
Washington State Department of Natural Resources/Geologic Hazards Group: Tsunamis


The following states do not actively participate in the NTHMP, but their interests are served through regional representation on the NTHMP Coordinating Committte and subcommittees. Information about the tsunami hazard and tsunami preparedness and mitigation activities in these states is typically available from state emergency management offices and/or geological surveys.

East Coast

NTHMP Representatives:

Connecticut
Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection/Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Connecticut Geological and Natural History Survey

Delaware
Delaware Emergency Management Agency
University of Delaware/Delaware Geological Survey

Florida (East Coast)
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Florida Geological Survey

Georgia
Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security
Environmental Protection Division

Maine
Maine Emergency Management Agency
Maine Geological Survey

Maryland
Maryland Emergency Management Agency
Maryland Geological Survey

Massachusetts
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
University of Massachusetts/Office of the Massachusetts State Geologist

New Hampshire
New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management
New Hampshire Geological Survey

New Jersey
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
New Jersey Geological and Water Survey

New York
New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services
New York State Geological Survey

North Carolina
North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
North Carolina Geological Survey

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency
University of Rhode Island/Rhode Island Geological Survey

South Carolina
South Carolina Emergency Management Division
South Carolina Geological Survey

Virginia
Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Division of Geology and Mineral Resources

Gulf Coast

NTHMP Representatives:

Alabama
Alabama Emergency Management Agency
Geological Survey of Alabama

Florida (Gulf Coast)
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Florida Geological Survey

Louisiana
Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
Louisiana State University/Louisiana Geological Survey

Mississippi
Mississippi Emergency Management Agency
Office of Geology

Texas
Texas Division of Emergency Management
University of Texas at Austin/Bureau of Economic Geology


Learn about the NTHMP's federal partners.

For more information, see the Organization page.

 




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