The first screen you will come to is pictured below. It provides two navigation choices.
Clicking the blue and white 'Introduction to Tsunami' tab will take you to the part of the resource related to emergency management. The example below shows that you are in the 'What is a tsunami?' section, looking at the 'What are the myths?' page.
The 'Surf Life Saving Australia' section of the resource works in the same way but with a red background.
The example below shows that you are in the 'Surf Life Saving Australia' tab, 'Coastal safety' section, looking at the 'Coastal conditions and tsunami' page. You can use these buttons to go to any section of the site at any time.
Each page has a forward button and a back button . You can move easily from one page to the next using these buttons.
The 'Causes of tsunami' section has links to individual pages with more information. The example below demonstrates this. You will need to click on the 'Click here to return to 'Causes of tsunami' page to return.
Some of the images in the resource have a small magnifying glass on the bottom panel. These images can be viewed full size on a new page by clicking on the image area. You need to remember to close the window when you have finished looking at the image. To close the window, click on the cross in the top right hand corner. You can practice on the map below.
If the new window is too small to see the whole photograph or map, you can make it bigger by:
The other way to view more of the image is to use the scroll bars.
To start the video click on the play button on the bottom right hand corner of the frame.
Once the video starts, the following buttons will appear:
Some of the words used in the resource are in bold. These words have a precise meaning. The resource contains a glossary that explains their meanings.