Japan March 11 2011 Tsunami debris travel route in the Pacific Ocean (after 1 year) + video

When the monstrous tsunami of March 2011 struck the northeast coast of Japan, the retreating waves pulled many pieces of civilization and many lives out to sea. The Japanese government estimated that 5 million tons of debris was swept up by the event, with about 70 percent sinking to the sea floor … [Read more...]

Japan Tsunami has been cutting off parts of Antarctic Icebergs

Using satellite radar data, scientists recently observed the calving of several large icebergs from the Sulzberger Ice Shelf along the Antarctic coast as a result of the March 2011 tsunami half a world away in Japan. Scientists have long speculated that ocean waves could cause an ice shelf to … [Read more...]

Japan wins World Cup!

We covered the story that the Japanese women's soccer/football team had a very disrupted lead up to the World Cup with players and grounds affected by the earthquake and tsunami of March 11. Earthquake-report.com would like to congratulate the Japanese team on winning the World Cup today against … [Read more...]

Very strong and dangerous aftershocks are making life even more difficult in Honshu, Japan (part 12)

This is part 12 of our ongoing reporting with many updates about the massive 9.0 earthquake / tsunami which struck Japan on March 11 2011. Click here for part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 - Part 8 - Part 9 - Part 10 - Part 11 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami UPDATE (12/04 - … [Read more...]

Japan Tsunami : Probably 17,596 to 20,596 missing people instead of 15,496

This is the official statistics on the death and missed persons count after the tsunami in Japan as known on April 4,  5 AM UTC Fatalities : 12,157 - Missing : 15,496 = 27,655 ================================= Earthquake-Report.com/org remark on these official numbers Missing … [Read more...]

Large portions of the Japan Quake hit coastline may be uninhabitable

Snow covered fields and inundated land Agricultural fields lies between the Japanese city of Sendai and Sendai Bay, and the area was one of the hardest hit by the tsunami on March 11, 2011. The Advanced Land Imager (ALI) on NASA™s Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite captured this natural-color … [Read more...]