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Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Tsunami-Ravaged Architecture Preserved in Digital Archive

An emerging architectural research method is being used to document the architectural heritage of Indonesian buildings wiped out in the 2004 tsunami. Banda Aceh, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, was one of the worst affected areas...

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Mapping the Japan Tsunami Disaster in 3D

The Japan Tsunami disaster resulted in a proliferation of mapping and cartographic production. This resulted from the many needs of people to identify and provide emergency services, to enable protective services, assist in geophysical studies and to...

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Japan Quake Anniversary Shows Lessons Unlearned

Japan’s remarkable recovery from last year’s tragic earthquake leaves big lessons unlearned. The economy bounced back more quickly than expected after March’s earthquake, tsunami and resulting nuclear leak. But the government flunked a bigger test by failing...

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

Japan Earthquake: one year on

In March 2011, Japan was struck by a devastating earthquake, the fourth largest ever recorded in the world, which claimed more than 16,000 lives and devastated the country’s infrastructure, supply chains and exacerbated on-going economic issues. The...

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Map Tracks Japan Tsunami Debris Washing Up On B.C.’s Shores

Debris continues to wash up on the west coast of Vancouver Island and speculation is mounting that it could be coming from the tsunami that devastated Japan in March. Now, The Province is offering an interactive map on...

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Tsunami Anniversary Highlights Early Warning Gaps

Seven years after a devastating tsunami struck Sri Lanka, more work still needs to be done to secure an effective early-warning system, officials say. More than 30,000 Sri Lankans lost their lives in the Indian Ocean tsunami...

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

Japan’s KDDI to Open Tsunami Data Center

Japanese mobile carrier KDDI  has announced that it will establish a data center in Sendai, one of the areas hit the hardest by the earthquake and tsunami this past March. The center will be for managing mobile customer data, and will...

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Google Publishes Street View Imagery of Post-Tsunami Japan

The historic 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan back in March may have fallen out of the public news cycle, but the massive rebuilding efforts continue. Now Google has launched a Web site dedicated to...

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Influence of Coastal Vegetation – Tsunami Wave Impact in West Aceh

This study used 180 transects perpendicular to over 100 km on the west coast of Aceh, Indonesia to analyze the influence of coastal vegetation, particularly cultivated trees, on the impact of the 2004 tsunami. Satellite imagery; land cover...

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Radar Could Detect Tsunamis More Accurately

A tsunami has been observed with radar for the first time, promising a cheap and more accurate early warning method, according to a study. Researchers have found that the devastating tsunami that hit Japan on 11 March could had been...

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