Friday, October 25, 2013

Nuclear Alert: M7.3 Quake hits off Coast of Fukushima/Coastal Tsunami Warnings issued | USGS/DailyNews

Nuclear Alert: M7.3 #Quake off coast of Japan.

Coastal #Tsunami Warning Issued for #Fukushima


"The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a warning for a possible tsunami up to a meter high following a 7.3 magnitude earthquake Friday"

Tsunami advisory issued for Fukushima coast two years after deadly 30-foot waves decimated area, caused nuclear disaster

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit the coast of Fukushima on Friday afternoon, sparking a tsunami advisory in the prefecture already blighted two years ago by a deadly 9.0 magnitude quake.




























	Tsunami advisory issued for Fukushima coast following M6.8 quake. Expected tsunami height 1m.
Google The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a warning for a possible tsunami up to a meter high following a 7.3 magnitude earthquake Friday. 

A tsunami advisory has been issued for the Fukushima coast, nearly two years after a deadly tsunami blighted the prefecture and caused the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
According to the Weather Channel, a 1-meter tsunami is expected to make landfall around 1:40 p.m. Friday. The 7.3-magnitude quake that preceded it was felt all the way from Tokyo to northern Japan, the channel reports.
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The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a warning for a possible tsunami up to a meter high following a 7.3 magnitude earthquake Friday.
Japan Meteorological Agency The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a warning for a possible tsunami up to a meter high following a 7.3 magnitude earthquake Friday.
In March 2011, a powerful 9.0 magnitude quake struck around 200 miles north of Japan, spurring a devastating tsunami.
Massive 30-foot waves washed over much of the Fukushima prefecture, including the Daiichi Nuclear Plant, causing an estimated $300 billion in damage.
PHOTOS: SATELLITE PHOTOS: JAPAN BEFORE & AFTER
An aerial photo taken March 14, 2011, shows an area destroyed by the tsunami in Minamisanriku in Miyagi prefecture three days after a massive tsunami devastated the eastern coast of Japan. 

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NOBORU HASHIMOTO/AFP/Getty Images An aerial photo taken March 14, 2011, shows an area destroyed by the tsunami in Minamisanriku in Miyagi prefecture three days after a massive tsunami devastated the eastern coast of Japan. 

The death toll for the 2011 tsunami is currently 15,883, according to CNN, and nearly 90,000 people are still displaced from their homes over fears of nuclear radiation.

The quake struck off the coast of Honshu, Japan, an area on a massive fault line. Japan is straddled over four major tectonic plates – the North America plate, the Eurasia plate, the Pacific plate, and the Philippine Sea plate.
PHOTOS: EARTHQUAKE, TSUNAMI STRIKE JAPAN
Self-defense force's members and others carry a resident who is suspected to be exposed to radiation March 13, 2011, in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima, northern Japan, following radiation emanation from a nuclear reactor at the Daiichi plant.
Daisuke Tomita/AP Self-defense force's members and others carry a resident who is suspected to be exposed to radiation March 13, 2011, in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima, northern Japan, following radiation emanation from a nuclear reactor at the Daiichi plant.

However, the U.S. Geological Survey has estimated that there is a low likelihood for fatalities or economic loss from this earthquake and tsunami.

This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.

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Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/tsunami-advisory-issued-fukushima-coast-7-3-magnitude-quake-article-1.1496645#ixzz2il8GUHRU


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