Tsunami in Japan

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A thirteen-foot tsunami devastated Japan on March 11th, 2011 and killed 25,000 people. Would more people’s lives have been saved if there was a better warning system? The main reason so many died was that the size and strength of the earthquake and tsunami were underestimated as well as the amount of time given to respond

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Tsunami in JapanBy halliegirldog |Shannon RuymenPeriod 6TsunamisA thirteen-foot tsunami devastated Japan on March 11th, 2011 and killed 25,000 people. Would more peoples lives have been saved if there was a better warning system? The main reason so many died was that the size and strength of the earthquake and tsunami were underestimated as well as the amount of time given to respond (1).On the day of the tsunami a warning went out within three minutes only giving people about ten minutes to react and even though 25,000 died it was still better than when 250,000 people died during

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