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Disaster Resilience in Seattle—Kent Yu Weighs in

Two years after Japan was rocked by the same type of monster quake and tsunami that will strike the Pacific Northwest someday, the world’s most seismically fortified nation faces another five to 10 years of rebuilding. Nearly 320,000 people are still in temporary housing. Mountains of debris have yet to be disposed of.

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Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News
Posted by lanachan on March 11, 2013 4:07 PM
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