NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 29, 2004
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Miami: Kerry Sanders) The need for a global system to detect undersea earthquakes & the resulting giant waves examined; animation shown of how the system in the Pacific Ocean works; scenes shown from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii. [Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory director Dr. Eddie BERNARD- comments on the technology.] [NOAA Conrad LAUTENBACHER- notes the potential of the buoy system for saving lives.] [President BUSH – speaks of the world coming together to develop a warning system.]
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