Two years later, Fukushima still reeling from tsunami's effects Public Radio International PRI Radioactive water is likely seeping into the Pacific Ocean — more than two years after a tsunami caused a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power...
"Although 75% of the planet is a relatively unchanging ocean of blue, the remaining 25% of Earth's surface is a dynamic green. Data from the NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite is able to detect these subtle differences in greenness. The resources on this page highlight our ever-changing planet, using highly detailed vegetation index data from the satellite, developed by scientists at NOAA. The darkest green areas are the lushest in vegetation, while the pale colors are sparse in vegetation cover either due to snow, drought, rock, or urban areas. Satellite data from April 2012 to April 2013 was used to generate these animations and images."
MSN NZ NewsChristchurch CBD vision to be unveiledNew Zealand HeraldMr Key and Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee will this evening release the blueprint for the rebuild of the city centre, which was devastated by last February's deadly...
MSN NZ NewsNew 'compact' central Christchurch revealedTVNZA smaller, greener, lower-rise central Christchurch with new community facilities is revealed in the blueprint for the rebuild of the earthquake-devastated city.
Rikuzentakata, like many towns on Japan's rugged north-east Pacific coast, was in decline even before last year's tsunami killed 1 700 of its 24 000 inhabitants and destroyed most of its downtown buildings.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Sunday that 2005′s Hurricane Katrina was “the best thing that happened to the education system in New Orleans,” since it forced the failing school system to start over from scratch.
New Orleans homeless hole up in Hurricane Katrina's abandoned buildingsTheNewsTribune.comThe New Orleans-area homeless population is estimated at 4900 – twice as big as before the levees failed in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina – and the majority...
Globe and MailNew monitoring system to take guesswork out of tsunami predictionsGlobe and MailHours after the powerful earthquake that slammed Japan on March 11, 2011, Perry Schmunk stood on the roof of a Tofino resort, on the lookout for a tsunami.
The scheme is the government's response to recommendation 46 of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission, which stated “the state develop and implement a retreat and resettlement strategy for existing ...
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