On My Way to Sendai, Japan for the APRU Disaster Summer School

john's picture

I'm sitting at the San Francisco airport on my way to Sendai, Japan to lecture at the Association of Pacific Rim summer school on disasters.  Sendai as most people know was the primary city affected by the March 11, 2011 M9.1 earthquake. 

As usual, my United flight is delayed.  So to pass the time, I decided to check our personal earthquake forecast tool (www.openhazards.com/forecast) to see what it might say about the chance of a major earthquake there.  Screenshot is below.  Hmmmm...


Mark389's picture

Sendai as most people know was the primary city of Japan. This earth quake effected also other cities of Japan. You remember us again.I remember this earth quake at that time many people leave the Japan due to earthquake. Singapore tuition provider

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rosshickers's picture

I think people in Japan are so used to disasters that they have already adapted to live in emergency conditions. In fact, it is very sad, but in a country located in a ring of fire in another way it is impossible. I would like to write about similar studies in my dissertation writing which is about cataclysms and catastrophes.

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