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Japan: March 12, 2011
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Meltdown alert at Japan reactor Technicians are battling to stabilise a third reactor at a quake-stricken Japanese nuclear plant, which has been rocked.
What happened on Friday and why was it so deadly?.
A BRIGHT SPOT AFTER A YEAR OF BAD NEWS FOLLOWING JAPAN’S MARCH 11, 2011 CATASTROPHE February 2, 2012 Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction,
Tsunami By Adrianna Rizzo & Kylie Steele. What’s a tsunami? Tsunamis are a very long low seismic sea wave.
Tsunami in Tohoku, Japan JEREMIAH, ARSEN, JORDAN, NICK W.
SEARCH AND RESCUE, AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AFTER JAPAN’S EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI DISASTER THE DAYS AND WEEKS FOLLOWING THE MARCH 12 TH EARTHQUAKE /
To explain how earthquakes are created To discover their impact and how people responded in Japan How close did we come to nuclear meltdown? Key terms:
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant Event Summary and FPL/DAEC Actions.
THE NEXT DESTRUCTIVE TSUNAMI: ITS NOT IF, BUT WHEN.
CITIZENSHIP Thursday mrnings – topics for discussion on issues about life in; Wembley UK World Question: What happened on Friday and why was it so deadly?
A Great “Natural Disaster?” This raises the question: “What is a Natural Disaster?” This raises the question: “What is a Natural Disaster?” There are two.
Personal Information facebook Japanese Earthquake & Tsunami (JET) (update your status here) WallPhotosBoxesJapanese Earthquake & TsunamiLogout View photos.
EARTHQUAKE On Friday, 11 March 2011 there was the worst earthquake in the history of Japan (9.0 magnitude with a duration of 2 minutes). The earthquake.
Weather Maps Isolines- Lines which connect points
THE MARCH 11, 2011 EARTHQUAKE- TSUNAMI DISASTER IN JAPAN REMEMBERING: PART 1 Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, University of North Carolina,
Rennie. In response to the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that struck of the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46 p.m Japanese time 400 hundred people tried.
Nuclear Crisis Fukushima Power Plant – Japan Post March 11, 2011 – Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Meltdowns: Putting the Japanese Nuclear Accident in Perspective.
On March the 11 th 2011, an earthquake of magnitude 9 and lasting 6 minutes shook the Northeastern Japan, in the pacific ocean. An earthquake is created.
IT’S NOT OVER YET! THE FUKUSHIMA FACILITY IS STILL LEAKING RADIATION INTO THE AIR DAY 14 MARCH 25, 2011 Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction,
Building Monitor Evacuation Training October 2010.
Safety Implications of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Sheldon L. Trubatch, Ph.D., J.D. Vice-Chairman Arizona Section American Nuclear Society.
Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Team Alpha Student1 Name, Student2 Name, Student3 Name, Student4 Name, Student5 Name.
Methods to Reduce the Impacts of Volcanoes & EQ’s.
Tsunami Recovery Plan By: Danielle Rosero. Disaster Analysis: Intro The tsunami was caused by the collision of tectonic plates, which created an earthquake.
Tsunami in Japan March Background Japan is located in a geologically unstable part of the world and was well-prepared for an earthquake. Japan.
Wordlists For Natural Disaster in Japan EarthqaukeTsunami Nuclear Radiation Words of Feelings and Support Based on the posters prepared by class 3TA from.
Cleaning up residential areas after a nuclear accident – Accident scenario Michael Ammann, STUK.
Tsunami Recovery Plan by Rebecca Guilfoyle. Tsunami Analysis The Tsunami was caused by a 9.0 earthquake in the Indian Ocean. When two tectonic plates.
Earthquakes and Landscapes. Objectives Describe how earthquakes are produced by fault movement and how their strength is measured Discuss the cause and.
THE FUTURE OF FUKUSHIMA Can nuclear energy overcome its bad rap? CHAPTER 27 NUCLEAR FUTURE.
19.4 – Earthquakes & Society. Damages Death and injuries Collapse of buildings Landslides Fires Explosions Flood waters.
Newsthink 1 April 2011: What links the photos? redcross.org.uk/newsthink.
Japan Questions By: Group 4. Questions What is the extent of the radiation damage? What can we do to help?
MAGNITUDE 6.7 EARTHQUAKE STRIKES CENTRAL JAPAN Saturday, November 22, 2014 Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, Vienna, Virginia, USA.
Cyclone (hurricane –typhoon) sailing Very Dangerous...
Headlines Natural disasters & Japan earthquake by Rand Al-Subu Haiti earthquake by Hanin Sawalha Wars by Bisan Abu Salah Gaza war by Marwa isma’el.
By: Hunter Simonson. Recent Earthquake On March 11 th one of the biggest earthquakes ever recorded happened in Japan. A 8.9 magnitude earthquake happened.
Tsunamis By Joe Pappalardo and Matt Voegelin. Definition An unusually large sea wave produced by a seaquake or undersea volcanic eruption.
2004 INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI (BOXING DAY TSUNAMI) JACK MEEKS NICOLE WHITE ANA HEIMULI ANTONE BURBIDGE.
Hurricane Ivan Mid September Look at the next picture and write down what you think is happening in the picture.
Tsunamis By: Lauren & Morgyn 8B. Overview This powerpoint of tsunamis will include the following informational slides: Vocabulary (1&2) Concept Explination.
Earthquakes By: Megan.
Worldwide Commercial Energy Production. Nuclear Power Countries.
Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown Zach, Luke, and Nick.
What RECREATIONAL BOATERS should know Other resources for tsunami information in California How should boat owners PREPARE for tsunamis? Prior to arrival.
The photo above is a satellite image of a hurricane. A hurricane is one of the most devastating natural disasters. This storm consists of high speed.
Earth quakes happen when a sudden release of energy is created in the earths crust and sends shock waves through the plates. These waves cause earth’s.
WHAT COULD BE THE NEXT EARTHQUAKE DISASTER FOR JAPAN A difficult question, but --- It is the one that was being asked long before the March 11, 2011.
Tohoku Japan Earthquake By: Millie, Casey, McKinzie, Abbey In the 65 years after the end of World War II, this is the toughest and the most difficult crisis.
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