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The shocking earthquake hit Sendai on Friday 11th March, 2011 at 2:46pm.
Sendai Japan
When it happened?
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Welcome to my Prezi
on Sendai, the biggest
earthquake Japan has
ever witnessed.

This photo shows some of the damage caused from the Tsunami that hit the north east side of Japan in 2011 as a
result of the Sendai.
What was the Richter scale
reading?
The richter scale reading
of the Sendai earthquake
was a disastrous 9.0,
followed by an after shock
of 2.1. With 10.0 being the
highest on the richter scale,
Sendai was the most powerful
earthquake to hit Japan in
recorded history.

Poorly built buildings were
destroyed leaving many people
homeless.
Where?
The earthquake hit 130km off the north-east side of Japan in the Pacific Ocean near a city called Sendai.
by Axl Delandro
Bibliography
www.sendai japan infomation.com.au
www.britannica.com
SENDAI
Casualties of Sendai
Over 19,000 people have been confirmed
dead or listed missing. Most of those
killed overall were drowning victims
of the tsunami waves.
Australia
Japan
America
Africa
Where is Japan
on the World Map
Have a nice day
This is the end of my Prezi, hope you enjoyed it.
Google Images
Japan
Modified
Mercalli
Scale
Sendai measured
XII (12) on the scale.
A catastrophic level.
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