Visit the Company Website
Recent Posts
SPC4D: Going Beyond 2030
New Year, New Promotions
Washington Fruit Headquarters and Chophouse Row Win AIA Awards
Degenkolb Reflects on SEAOSC Summit
Ocosta Elementary School Celebrates Completion of First Tsunami Evacuation Structure in U.S.
Change on the Horizon
Previous Next
 
 
 
Impact of tsunami generated debris during the 2011 Tohoku Japan Tsunami
By Clay Naito, Daniel Cox, and Qi-Song "Kent" YuA team of U.S. and Japanese researchers conducted a five-day field inspection of the of tsunami borne debris and its effects on structures following March’s magnitude 9 earthquake and ensuing tsunami off the northeast coast of Honshu, Japan.Field inspections of Sendai, Natori, Ishinomaki, Onagawa, Minamisanriku, Kesennuma, and Rikuzentakata were conducted. The research effort was funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation.Read full article here.
Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake
Posted by lanachan on November 14, 2011 10:33 AM
Leave a Reply



 
Next Post Previous Post