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Disaster in Japan: What does it mean to us?

Professor Nick Eyles visits the Earthquake Museum at Motuso City and Neodani Fault that ruptured in 1891

The earthquake and tsunami in Japan has lead to catastrophe with wide-spread repercussions. Geology professor Nick Eyles spent time in the earthquake-prone country and has written an in-depth analysis into why disaster struck on March 11, what happens next and what it might mean to us. Read the full editorial here. 

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