Earthquake in Japan 2011

How the Japan Tsunami started?


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2011-03-23 21:00:10
2011-03-23 21:00:10

The tsunami happened because the tectonic plates slipped causing a water displacement.

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The tsunami started in Japan because tectonic plates in the ocean caused an earthquake by rubbing. That started the tsunami wave. -IQ

an earthquake (magnitude of 9.0).

An earthquake that hit japan started the tsunami

From when the tsunami hit land to when it slowed and started to retreat was about an hour, as was reported anyway.

south west by a under water earthquake

The recent disater started with an earthquake which precipitated an tsunami.

It caused a Tsunami because of all the movement caused the water to move and it started a big tital wave which also is a tsunami.

The Tohoku Tsunami in Japan was in 2011

They already have started to begin. by rebuilding their their buildings

before tsunami japan was really quite.

it is word of japan, in the japan big wave to called tsunami

On March 11th 2011 a tsunami hit Japan.

The tsunami hit japan on 11th of March 2011.

The last tsunami before Japan was in New Zealand.

Japan had an earthquake and a tsunami because the the pacific tectonic plate slammed against the plate japan was on and cause an earthquake in the water causing a tsunami.

The tsunami traveled approximately 4,800 miles (or 7,700 km) from the coast of Japan to California in about 9 hours after it started. Approximately 500 miles per hour.

Thwere was no tsunami in Japan in 2004. There was a tsunami in the Indian Ocean in 2004, which killed at least 230,000 people, but it did not affect Japan. Japan was hit by a tsunami in 2011, which killed about 16,000 people.

the tsunami formed from an earthquake

The large tsunami that occured in Japan hit on March 11th, 2011.

It could be in Japan. Because in Japan had often Tsunami

At its highest the 2011 tsunami in Japan was 23 feet high.

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