The Great East Japan Earthquake (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

on March 11th, 2011, at exactly 2:46pm a 9.0M earthquake jolted the Tohoku (Northeastern) area of Japan. The epicenter of the earthquake was in the coastal waters of Tohoku and reverberations from the quake triggered a tsunami that ravaged the coastal coasts of Eastern Japan.

The Great East Japan Earthquake (A) case study solution

The tsunami was paramountly recorded wave in history, with its utmost peak at 38.9m and waves higher than 10m striking 530km of coastal Japan.

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