Here are a few links related to the Tohoku Earthquake in Japan that I never had time to blog about.
- Japanese Disaster – One Week On – Source: Natural Hazard Media Monitoring
- QUIET DANGER | The Army Corps of Engineers looks to Japanâ€™s aftermath for lessons about Oregon’s dams – Source: RegisterGuard.com
- Japan Tsunami reached nearly 125-ft high! – Source: The Japan Times Online via Ontario-geofish
- Great collection of Google Earth resources for the Fukushima power plant – Source: Google Earth Blog
- How a Tsunami Detection Buoy Works – Source: Geology.com
- ‘Stop radiation with underground wall’ – Source: The Daily Yomiuri via ASCE SmartBrief
- Vision: Watching the Nuclear Disaster in Japan from Nevada’s Nuke-Free, Earthquake-Prone Yucca Mountain – Source: AlterNet
- Liquefaction after Japanese Earthquake Larger than Expected – Source: Planetsave.com
- Report cites liquefaction as key to much of Japanese earthquake damage – Source: Science Blog
- ASCE Team On the Ground in Japan to Assess Earthquake Damage – Source: Geo-Institute
The Embankment, Dams and Slopes (EDS) Committee of the Geo-Institute Team arrived to Japan on April 23, 2011 for a one-week engineering reconnaissance of the region effected by the Tohoku Japan Earthquake. The three-person team is led by Joseph Wartman of the University of Washington; it includes Binod Tiwari of California State – Fullerton and Daniel Pradal of Praad Geotechnical Inc. and the University of California – Los Angeles
- Tohoku Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Clearinghouse – Source: EQClearinghouse.org via Landslide Blog
- Japan EQ 2011 – Source: Geo-Institute
The Embankment, Dams and Slopes (EDS) Committee of the Geo-Institute Team arrived in Japan on April 23, 2011 for a one-week engineering reconnaissance of the region affected by the Tohoku Japan Earthquake. This page reports their findings and has some remarkable photos.