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Local Features of Tsunami Damage from the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake in Iwate Prefecture
Author : Ogasawara
Iwate Prefecture is situated in the northern area of the main island of Japan. Offshore, there is a boundary between the Pacific Ocean tectonic plate and the North American plate. This plate boundary is also known as a subduction zone and generates large earthquakes. As a result, the coastal areas of Iwate have suffered damage from numerous tsunamis
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2013
Article : Issue 2 - Sea Level Rise Adaption Measures
Date Published : 01/06/2013
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