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The Best Resources On The One Year Anniversay Of Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami

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It’s been one year since the tragic Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

You might also be interested in the “The Best…” lists I compiled at the time the natural disaster occurred:

The Best Sites For Learning About The Japan Earthquake & Tsunami

The Best Sites For Learning About The Japan Earthquake & Tsunami — Part Two

Here are my choices for The Best Resources On The One Year Anniversay Of Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami:

One Year Later: Japan’s Wreckage And Recovery is from NPR.

One Year Later, Japan City Sees Light—in a Long Tunnel is from The Wall Street Journal.

On the ground in Japan: One year after the tsunami, the struggle is far from over is from the News in Australia.

Japan’s nuclear refugees is from The Boston Globe’s Big Picture.

Japan tsunami pictures: before and after is also from The Big Picture.

Japan Earthquake: One Year Later is a photo gallery from The Atlantic.

Teaching About Japan, One Year After the Disaster is from The New York Times Learning Network.

Before and after: Japan tsunami cleanup is from the LA Times.

Japan tsunami: the recovery, one year on – interactive is from The Guardian.

Japan One Year Later is from TIME.

Tsunami pictures – Then and Now is from The Sacramento Bee.

In The Wake of Disaster is a NY Times interactive.

Additional suggestions are always welcome.

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