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3 hrs ago | Newswise
With the recent update of the national seismic hazard maps by the U.S. Geological Survey, two Western Illinois University faculty are contemplating how the changes will impact research and preparedness.
7 hrs ago | People's Daily Online
Reconstruction in Japan's earthquake-and-tsunami-affected areas was delayed as more than 35. 3 percent of reconstruction budget in fiscal 2013 remained unused, according to Japan's Reconstruction Agency Thursday.
A prosecution inquest panel has decided that 3 former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Company should be indicted for their handling of the March 2011 disaster at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Japan's factory production in June logged its sharpest fall since the 2011 earthquake-tsunami disaster, hit largely by drops in cars and industrial machines, official data showed Wednesday.
Japan's June industrial output fell at the fastest rate since the devastating earthquake and tsunami in March 2011 as companies slowed production to offset a build-up in inventories, official data showed on Wednesday, clouding the outlook for the economy.
Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Using the Traditional Japanese Herbal Medicine Saikokeishikankyoto: A Randomized, Observer-Blinded, Controlled Trial in Survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami The Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami caused immense damage over a wide area of eastern Japan.
IT'S the heart-stopping moment this couple will never forget. An iceberg collapsed nearby, with huge chunks of ice forming a massive wave that headed straight for them.
While nuclear design rules have focused on withstanding more predictable problems, it's the highly unusual but extreme events that have caused the worst accidents in recent decades, such as Chernobyl in 1986, Three Mile Island in 1979 and Fukushima three years ago.
The Arakawa River originates near, and flows through, Fukushima city, which is located about 70 kilometres from the devastated Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The open-source software is called GeoSHAPE, which stands for geospatial tool for security, humanitarian assistance and partnership engagement, , Technology and Logistics, or AT&L.
The sign belongs to Tanohata Village, a hamlet in Iwate prefecture, Japan, on the northeast coast of Honshu, population roughly 3,550.
Virtually no one in the Japanese public supports nuclear energy production anymore, thanks to what many now agree was the worst nuclear disaster ever to occur in recorded history.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:03 pm
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