Tag Archives: tsunami

Sumatra faces yet another risk: Major volcanic eruptions

The early April earthquake of magnitude 8.6 that shook Sumatra (Indonesia) was a grim reminder of the devastating earthquakes and tsunami that killed tens of thousands of people in 2004 and 2005. Now a new study shows that the residents of that region are at risk from yet another potentially deadly natural phenomenon -- major volcanic eruptions. This is a syndicated post, which originally appeared at ScienceDaily: Natural Disaster NewsView original post. May 16, 2012.

Japanese 2011 Earthquake Anniversary: ‘Nightmare’ Tsunami and Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Japanese 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami Anniversary:  An eye account of tsunami nightmare and a review of Japan’s readiness for a nuclear disaster.
Survivor of Rikuzentakata recalls ‘nightmare’ tsunami. Video uploaded by telegraphtv on Mar 2, 2012 (Video by Glen Milner). Continue reading Japanese 2011 Earthquake Anniversary: ‘Nightmare’ Tsunami and Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

USAID Transportation Management Project – Tsunami Simulation for Karachi Port Area, Pakistan Using Geospatial Analysis

Tsunami Simulation for Karachi Port Area and Disaster Impact Assessment Using Geospatial Analysis and GIS Mapping, Pakistan-USAID Transportation Management Project.
This coastal disaster simulation study was conducted as a part of the transportation management project for the megacity of Karachi, Pakistan which was funded on the US-side by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)/ United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 2007-2010. Continue reading USAID Transportation Management Project – Tsunami Simulation for Karachi Port Area, Pakistan Using Geospatial Analysis