Rikuzentakata, Japan — 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Recovery, Reconstruction, and Radiation

Citation:

Lerner KL. Rikuzentakata, Japan — 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Recovery, Reconstruction, and Radiation. Taking Bearings. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge) [Internet]. 2013.
Rikuzentakata, Japan — 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Recovery, Reconstruction, and Radiation

Abstract:

Rikuzentakata, Japan — A memorial Senbazuru (1000 origami cranes) hangs from a piling at the heavily damaged dock in Rikuzentakata, Japan. In the distance are remnants of a flood gate through which a deadly wall of water swept inland to claim the largest loss of life of any city lying in the broad band of destruction along the northwest coast of Japan. following the 2011 earthquake-triggered tsunami. (read)

Note: Originally published as an academic paper submitted as part of the 'Displaced by Disaster' project for Harvard (See https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/displacedbydisaster).

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