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Here are the newest additions to Part Two of my “The Best…” list on the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami (you can see Part One here):

Breaking News English has a lesson for ELL’s on the earthquake.

How Shifting Plates Caused the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan is a good interactive from The New York Times.

Here’s another amazing animation from NOAA’s Environmental Visualization Laboratory showing the tsunami wave height:

A Closer Look at the Damage From the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan is an interactive from The New York Times.

Here is an MSNBC clip on the nuclear meltdowns:

How the nuclear emergency unfolded is an interactive from The Washington Post.

The tsunami’s destruction: Before and after is a good series of images from CNN.

A Closer Look at the Damage From the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan is an interactive from The New York Times.

Here’s an MSNBC clip on the nuclear meltdowns:

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

The Wall Street Journal has an interactive on the nuclear plant, as well as a history of major nuclear accidents.

The Crippled Japanese Reactors is an interactive from The NY Times.

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  1. Google shows satellite photos of Japan before and after the earthquake and tsunami.
    http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2011/03/post-earthquake-images-of-japan.html

  2. Pingback: 7B Humanities » Japanese Tsunami and Earthquake

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