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The Tsunami Society, also known as the International Tsunami Society, is a professional society for the research of and dissemination of knowledge about tsunamis. The society was founded in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1982. The society sponsors professional level meetings with local government officials to promote public safety awareness, disaster preparedness and the implementation of early warning systems. Every two years, the society holds its International Scientific Symposium, where researchers and scientists attend sessions at the symposia.
The society publishes an open access, international journal known as Science of Tsunami Hazards (ISSN 8755-6839), which is available to the scientific community free of charge. Papers submitted to the journal receive peer review and the journal archives include data, research results and references on tsunamis. All past issues of the journal for the past three decades are archived at the society’s website, the U.S. Library of Congress and at a mirror site at the U. S. Los Alamos Laboratory in New Mexico. The society’s journal Science of Tsunami Hazards was included in the international academic journal database DOAJ maintained by the University of Lund in Sweden. To facilitate cross-referencing and searching, all past journals are archived into this open access database by author, title, abstract and keywords. In addition, Science of Tsunami Hazards is being archived at the National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague. SPARC Europe Europe and DOAJ have entered an agreement about introducing a certification scheme for open access journals - the SPARC Europe Seal for Open Access Journals.
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