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3.11 Earthquake Can you hear our voice? 4 th August, 2011
Earthquake history in Japan
Disaster Earthquake Tsunami Fire Liquefaction
March 11 th, :46 pm Magnitude 9.0
Japan quake map
Damage 15,600 people were killed 4,800 people are missing (July 25)
Nuclear power plantNuclear power plant Lifeline Transportation Shortage of Goods Difficulty of contacting Influences
Nuclear power plant Out of control Influences on electricity supply and agriculture
Lifeline Water, electricity and gas Sanitary condition No access to information
Transportation 24,000 people could not go home Scheduled blackout
Shortage of Goods Panicked people Supply of goods
Difficulty to Contact Phones were not work Lost family members
Attitude Toward Recovery Rescue operation Support by foreign nations Infrastructure Peoples attitude
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