A Lesson from Japan’s Latest Destructive Earthquake on How to Strengthen Older Schools (and Buildings) by Peter Yanev Yanev Associates and Kuramoto Earthquake Investigation Team Technical Leader Once again, I find myself in Japan immediately after a big earthquake. I left California the day after a Magnitude (M) 7.0 earthquake hit Japan’s Kyushu Island to […]
We have spent the morning writing the report and choosing photographs. Here are the first about Mashiki Town.
Woody’s journal from 4/19
We have put together an earthquake investigation team of international experts to visit Kyushu starting the evening of 4/17. The team is made up of some of the same experts who did the IAEA Mission to Onagawa investigation after the 3.11 Great Tohoku Earthquake.
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