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The flood and storm surge drill scenarios and procedures used by PAGASA

Requested from DOST by Arianne Valencia at 09:44 AM on Oct 25, 2018.
Purpose: Research and information dissemination
Date of Coverage: 07/19/2015 - 08/21/2015
Tracking no: #DOST-069045757274

Arianne 09:44 AM, Oct 25, 2018

Good day!

We would like to request the guides/manuals for the procedures and scenarios that PAGASA used for their flood and storm surge drills back in July 2015, as was mentioned in this article:, or if applicable, any other similar drills for flood and storm surge hazards that were deployed later or in other areas. 

Thank you so much!
October 25, 2018

Dear Arianne Valencia,


Thank you for your request dated Oct 25, 2018 09:44:11 AM under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch.

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