Learning The Behavior of The Tsunami

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Loud audible alarm sounds. From the distance came the sound of water thundering closer. The higher the waves and tossed a house of wood and concrete. Simulation of tsunami waves in the laboratories of the Port and Airport Research Institute of Japan that makes hair stand on end.


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Tsunami Victims Ball Stray Into Alaska

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The ball is stranded on a remote Alaskan island beach debris estimated as the first ex-Japan and the brunt of the tsunami waves can be returned to their owners, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA).


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Japan Ghost Ship Was Drifted Down

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Ryou-Un Maru ship from Japan, which became "ghost ship" after the tsunami hit March 11, 2011, and drifted down to the waters of Alaska, USA, finally sunk by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), Thursday (05/04/2012) local time.


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Ship Suspected Victims of The Tsunami a Year Ago Was Found Floating Off The Coast of Western Canada

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A Japanese-flagged ship suspected victims of the tsunami a year ago was found floating off the coast of western Canada.


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Celebrating One Year of Japan’s Tsunami

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Japanese people mark the first anniversary of the earthquake and devastating tsunami that struck the country’s northeastern coast on Sunday (11/3). A year after an earthquake measuring nine on the Richter scale, the nearly 3,300 victims have not been found.


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One Year of Japan Tsunami : Silent for One Minute

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Japan Society on Sunday (3/11/2012), for a minute’s silence to commemorate the one-year tsunami that hit the country. 19,000 people were killed by the tsunami waves hit the country’s northeastern coast.


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