National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program (NTHMP)
Grant Investment Activities Report (FY08-15)
This page posted December 10, 2015
Since passage of the Tsunami Warning and Education Act in 2007 (P.L. 109-479, Title VIII), Congress has authorized and appropriated funds to NOAA's National Weather Service for grants to states, territories, and universities that participate in the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program (NTHMP partners).
From federal fiscal year 2008 through 2015, NOAA has invested or approved investments of $36,494,540 for 17 NTHMP partners that work to fulfill the NTHMP mission "to mitigate the impact of tsunamis through public education, community response planning, and accurate hazard assessment."
Per terms of authorizing legislation, these grants have been made available only to agencies and organization that have membership on the NTHMP Coordinating Committee as defined in the NTHMP Rules of Procedure.
This report summarizes the investments made by the NOAA Tsunami Program to mitigate the threat of tsunamis through NTHMP grants to state partners from FY08 through FY15. Click on the image of the cover below to download the report in pdf format.
Safer U.S. Shores: National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program Grant Investment Activities Report FY08-FY15
Please send questions or comments about this report to NTHMP Administrator Rocky Lopes.
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