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This tremor was unlike any I have experienced previously and I have lived here for eight years I was a sustained rolling that made it impossible to stand almost like vertigo Alt On the 11th of March one of the biggest earthquakes to ever strike Japan triggered a horrible tsunami on its Northern coast In order to look closer at this terrible disaster one must consider what caused the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on 11 March 2011 the effect that both had on Japan as well as the aftermath and finally some ways to deal with earthquakes and tsunami 11th March 2011 it was a calm and normal day just like the other days Everything was peaceful before 226 pm All of a sudden lands started to crack and all the buildings started to collapse Following big waves were coming towards the coast which was a tsunami Sample It was the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Japanese history There are more than 1500 earthquakes in Japan in average Japan is in an area where large numbers of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur The Ring of Fire Los Angeles San Francisco Portland Japan are the best example of The Ring of Fire Also there are so many layers of the earths crust under Japan so plates rub each other and it forms an earthquake Snyder Tsunami is a giant wave created by an undersea earthquake volcanic eruption or landslide West When these events occur under the water huge amounts of energy are released and it forms huge waves For example an earthquake can lift thousands of square kilometer of sea floor therefore is will become a tsunami Karen This earthquake was caused of thrust faulting Part of the Pacific Plate stuck together and pushed until the other plate hit the boundary point The Pacific plate has been moved 83mm per year and accumulated the power until it exploded and in a sudden release of
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