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    The Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) in Hyderabad has been assigned the task of providing ocean services to various users, including disaster management authorities, society, industry, and the scientific community. These services are based on focused research and continuous observations from the sea.

    INCOIS offers a range of services related to multi-hazard warnings and ecosystem services. This includes early warning services for tsunamis, ocean state forecasts, storm surge forecasts, advisory for potential fishing zones, alerts for coral bleaching, algal blooms, and marine heatwaves. These services are developed using advanced technologies and data from space technology, ocean modeling, and in-situ observations.

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    INCOIS will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on February 3, 2024. In connection with the 19th anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, the 9th India International Science Festival (IISF), and the INCOIS Silver Jubilee Celebrations, an open house program was organized on December 26, 2023. Around 500 students from various schools and colleges, as well as 150 members of the general public, visited INCOIS during this event. They learned about the importance of tsunami and ocean advisories for coastal communities.

    During the visit, the visitors had the opportunity to explore various areas of INCOIS, including the auditorium where they watched movies about INCOIS and IISF activities. They also visited the Tsunami Early Warning Centre and the Operational Ocean Services Lab. This allowed them to gain insights into the field of oceanography, witness one of the best tsunami warning centers in the world, learn about INCOIS’s cutting-edge research, and understand the crucial role of oceans in our daily lives. The visitors also interacted with the scientists and researchers at INCOIS during the Open Day.

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