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NewsWatch: Special Focus -- Japan Disaster



March 16, 2011 By

Graphic of Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown

Get an understanding of how a nuclear plant works and what happens in a meltdown. Boston Globe

Drill-Down Map of Japan Disaster

Customizable maps to isolate or coss-reference various features of the Japanese earthquake, tsunami and radiation leaks. ESRI

Governor Declares Emergency: Tsunami Damage for Oregon County

Gov. John Kitzhaber on Tuesday formally declared a state of emergency in Curry County and said he hoped the Port of Brookings would soon be eligible for federal aid to repair tsunami damage. Oregonian


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