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Japan Tsunami 2011

Cause and Effect Project
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Bethaney Deuschle

on 31 March 2014

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Transcript of Japan Tsunami 2011

Japan Tsunami 2011

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Introduction
What is a tsunami?
Cause: The Earthquake.
Effect: The Tsunami.
Cause & Effect 2
Cause: Japan's Meteorological Agency sent out a warning for the size of the wave, that was underestimated.
Effect: Only about 58% of people went to higher ground immediately after the Earthquake hit.
Cause & Effect 3
Cause: There was a cooling system failure at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant because of the tsunami.
Effect: This resulted in a level 7 nuclear meltdown and release of radioactive materials.
Sited Sources
Cause & Effect 4
Effect
By: Bethaney Deuschle
Cause: The flooding.
Effect: Killed more than 18,000 people.
Cause
Effect
Cause
Effect
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Effect
A series of huge waves .
Tsunami are caused by under water Earthquakes, a volcanic eruption, or a sub-marine rock slide.
The Earthquake has to be a 6.75 to create a tsunami.
Tsunamis have extremely long wavelengths.
Tsu: Habor
Nami: Wave
Tsunami's can travel faster than a jet plane.
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Cause & Effect 1
Cause
Background Information
March 11, 2011
In Japan.
lifescience.com
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Research Guide
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