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This is the VOA Special English Technology Report.

A powerful earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at two forty-six p.m. local time on March eleventh. Japan’s Meteorological Agency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world.

There are more than four thousand Seismic Intensity Meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes.

There are also concrete sea walls around much of the Japanese coastline. But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.

Costas Synolakis is a tsunami expert with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

COSTAS SYNOLAKIS: "Japan is one of those most well-prepared countries on earth in terms of tsunami warning. They had a warning. I think what went wrong is that they had not anticipated the size of this event.”

He says there are two reasons for this. Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last one hundred fifty years. And scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.

The nine point zero magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as thirteen meters in some areas.

Costas Synolakis says Japan’s concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves.

COSTAS SYNOLAKIS: "The concrete seawalls in many places in Japan are about 10 meters, that's about 33 feet. In Sendai, they were about three meters, that's about 10 feet. So that shows you that at least in that area they were not expecting such a sizeable wave."

A tsunami wave can travel as fast as eight hundred kilometers per hour. To get to higher ground people would often have to travel for many kilometers. This can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like Japan, where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline. The tsunami waves followed almost immediately.

Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted

And that's the VOA Special English Technology Report, written by June Simms. You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our website, voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find transcripts, MP3s and podcasts of our reports. And you can find us on Facebook and YouTube at VOA Learning English. I'm Steve Ember.

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A powerful earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at two forty-six p.m. local time on March eleventh. Japan’s Meteorological Agency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world.
There are more than four thousand Seismic Intensity Meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes.
There are also concrete sea walls around much of the Japanese coastline. But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.

Costas Synolakis is a tsunami expert with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
COSTAS SYNOLAKIS: Japan is one of those most well-prepared countries on earth in terms of tsunami warning. They had a warning. I think what went wrong is that they had not anticipated the size of this event.”
He says there are two reasons for this. Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last one hundred fifty years. And scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.
The nine point zero magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as thirteen meters in some areas.
Costas Synolakis says Japan’s concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves.
COSTAS SYNOLAKIS: The concrete seawalls in many places in Japan are about 10 meters, that's about 33 feet. In Sendai, they were about three meters, that's about 10 feet. So that shows you that at least in that area they were not expecting such a sizeable wave because they would have built a higher seawall.”
A tsunami wave can travel as fast as eight hundred kilometers per hour. To get to higher ground people would often have to travel for many kilometers. This can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like Japan, where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline. The tsunami waves followed almost immediately.
Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted.



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this is the voa special english technology report.
a powerful earthquake strike the northeastern coast of japan at 2:46 pm local time on *.japan's media relargical agency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later.the country has one of the best earthquake earlt warning systems in the world.there are more than 4000 science make intercity meters in places throughout japan,to maesure earthquake activity.these meters provide information within 2 minutes seven earthquake happening.information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within 3minutes.there are also concrete cilvors around much of the japan coast line.but these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.* is a tsunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engineering at the university of southern california in los angeles.

japan is one of the most well prepared countries on earth * in * warnings, because the warning,what i think what was wrong is they have morden *  expected the science * .

he says there are two reasons for this,japan has not had any event anywhere near biggest this one in the last 150 years.and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening of the coast of the japan.the 9.0 magnitude was the 4th most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide.it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit japan.the tsunami wave that followed were reported to average as high as 13meters in some areas,*says japan's concretes walls were not build to handle such high waves.

the * in many places in the japan are about 7meters or about 33 feet in the *,so that use of it at least not the area they would not expected to stop such * wave.

a tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800kilometers per hour,to get to higher ground,people would often have to travel for many kilometers,.this can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit.this is especially to in cases like japan where the center of the earthquake strength so close to the coast line,the tsunami waves followed almost immediately,experts say early warning system will continues to be limited until earthquakes and tsunamis could be predicted.

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This is the VOA Special English Technology Report.
A powerful earthquake strike the northeastern coast of Japan at 2:46p.m.  local time on M*.Japan's media relogical angency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later.The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world.
There are more 4000 science make intensity meters in place through out Japan to measure earthquake activity.These meters provide information within two minutes when  earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes.There are also concrete seawalls around much of the Japanese coast line.But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tusnami.
K* is a tusnami  expert with the deparment of seawall and environmental engineering at the university of southern California in Los Angeles.
Japan is one of the most well prepared country when the earth *  even tsunami warnings.They had a warning,but I think what is wrong is they had not *
He says there are two reasons for this.Japan has not had any event anywhere near as biggest this one in the last 150years.And scientists  had not expected such a large earthquake happening of the coast of Japan.
The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recalled worldwide.It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan.
The tusnami waves that  followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 meters in some areas.K* says Japan's concrete seawalls were not build the handdle such high sea waves.
The concrete sea walls in many places in Japan are about 5meters  which about 33 feet.In the Sandai there were about 3meters was about 10 feet.So  that's using a missing gap area they were not expecting a such  size of waves.  
A tusnami wave can travel as fast as 800 kilometers per hour.The get the higher ground ,people would often have to travel for many kilometers.This can take more time than  the fast traveling tusnami will permit.
This is especially ture in cases like Japan  where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coast line.The tusnami waves followed amost immediately.Experts say early warning systems will  continue to be limited by this facts until earthquakes and tsunamis could be predicted.
And that's the VOA Special English Technology Report written by June Simmis.You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our website voaspecialenglish.com.You can also find transcripts mp3s and broadcasts of our reports.And you can find us on Facebook and U tube at voalearning english.I'm Steve Ember.




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A powerful earthquake struck the northeasten coast of Japan at 2:46 pm local time on 11 March. Japan's media relogical angency released its first tsunami warnings just 3 minutes later. The country has one of best earthquake early warning systems in the world. There are more than 4,000 (ciensmic) intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide informantion within 2 minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the centre of the earthquake can be learned within 3 minutes. There are also concrete seawalls around much of Japanese coast line. But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami. Custersino Luckies is a trunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engineering at the university of southern California in Los Angelas. He says there two reasons for this. Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan. The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the 4th most powerful earthquake ever recorded world wide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to averaged as high as 13 meters in some areas. (Custersino Luckies) says Japan's concrete seawalls were built to handle such high waves. Of tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800 km/h. To get to higher ground people would often have to travel for many kms. This can take more time than a  fast traveling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like Japan where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline. The tsunami waves followed almost immediately. Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted.

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This is the voa special English technology report.

A powerful earthquake struck the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46 pm local time on march 11. the geological agency released its first tsunami warnings just 3 minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early-warning system in the world. There are more than 4000 sense make intensity meters make in place throughout japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within 2 minutes as the earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within 3 minutes. There are also concrete sea walls around much of the japanese coastline. but these measures provide no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.

XXX is a tsunami expert with the department of sea and environmental engineering at the university of sudden,California, in los anglos
'japan is one of the well prepared country on earth in tensure even tsunami warnings. they had a warning i think what is drawn, anticipated as the big as the size of this one.'
He says there are 2 reasons for this. Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years. And scientist has not expected such a large earthquake happening of the coast of japan. The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the 4th most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide, it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to reached as high as 13 meters in some areas. Japan's concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves.


'the concrete sea walls in many places in japan are about 3 meters 33 feet. in 仙台, it was about 3 meter. at least in that area they are not expecting such size of a wave.'


a tsunami wave can travel at as fast as 800 km/h. to get to higher ground, people would often have to travel for many kms. this can take more time than a fast travelling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like japan, where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline.
The tsunami waves followed almost immediately. Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquake and tsunamis can be predicted




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This is the VOA SPECIAL ENGLISH TECHNOLOGY REPORT.A powerful earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at 2:46pm local time on March 11th.Japan's Media ???? Agency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later.The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world.There are more than 4,000 seismic intensity  meters in place throught out Japan to measure earthquake activity.These meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening.Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learnt within 3 minutes.There were also concrete (sea walls) around much of the Japanese coast line but these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.K S L is a tsunami expert with the Department of Civil and environmental engineering at the University of the Southern California in LA.
Japan is one of the most well-prepared countries on earth (intens)in tsunami warnings.The hard warning, i think what was strong, they had not ??? the time of the tsunami.
He says there are two reasons for this.Japan has not had any event anywhere as big as this one in the past 150 years.And scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded world wide.It was the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan.The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 meters in some areas.K S L says Japan's concrete sea walls were not built to handle to such waves.The concrete sea walls in many place in the Japan are about 10 meters that's about 33 feets.In the Sendaii there were about 3 meters that's about 10 feets. So that's why in the Sendaii area they were not excepeting such a size of a wave.
A tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800 kms per hour.To get to a higher ground people would often have to travel many kilometers.This can take more time than a fast travelling tsunami will permit.This is especially true in cases like Japan where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coast line.The tsunami waves followed almost immediately.Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by be its fast until earthquakes and stunamis can be predicted.And that's the VOA SPECIAL ENGLISH TECHNOLOGY REPORT,written by June S.You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our website voaspecialenglish.com. You can aslo find transcripts mp3 and  ???? of our report and you can find us on the facebook and u2 at voalearningenglish. I am Steve Ember.

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This is the Voa Special English technology report.
A powerful earthquake struck the Northeastern coast of Japan at 2:46 p.m. local time on March 11th. Japan's Meteorological Agency released its first tsunami warnings just 3 minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world. There are more than 4000 seismic intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within 2 minutes of an earthquake happening.Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within 3 minutes. There are also concrete sea walls around much of the Japanese coastline, but these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.Caster Seanolekes is a tsunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engneering at the university of southern California in Los Angeles, Japan is one of the most well-prepared countries on earth in terms of ,you know, tsunami warnings. They had a waring. I think what went wrong is that they had not anticipated, you know, the size of this event. He says there are two reasons for this.Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan. The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. That tsunai waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 metres in some areas. Caster Seanolekes says Japan's concrete seawalls were not built to handle such high waves. The concrete seawalls in many places in the Japan  are about ten meters that's about 33 feet. In the Sendai, there were about three meters, that's about ten feet. So that shows you that at least in that area they were not expecting that such size of a wave. A tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800 kilometers per hour. To get to higher ground, people would often have the travel for many kilometers. This can take more time than a fast travelling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like Japan where the centre of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline that tsunami waves followed almost immediately. Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted.
And that's the Voa Special English Technology report written by June Sense. You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our website voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find transcripts, MP3s and podcasts of our reports. And you can find us on facebook and youtube at voa learning English. I'm Steven Ember.

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This is the VOA special english technology report:
A powerful earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at 2:46 PM local time on March 11th. Japan's media relogical angency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world. There are more than 4,000 sizemic intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes.

There are also concrete sea walls around most of the Japanese coastline. But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami. Costas Senalaks is a tsunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engineering at the university of Southern California in Los Angeles.  Japan is one of the most well prepared countries on earth intentional even tsunami warnings. They had warning but I think what was wrong is that they had not anticipated even the size of this event.

He says there are two reasons for this: Japan has not had any event any where near as big as this one in the last 150 years. And scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.

The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the forth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 meters in some areas. Costas Senalaks says Japan's concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves. The concrete sea walls in many places in Japan are about 7 meters that is about 33 feet, in Sandai there are about 3 meters that is about 10 feet. So that is so usered at least not all area they were not expecting such a sizeable wave.

A tsunami wave can travel as fast as eight kilometers per hour. To get a higher ground, people would offen have to travel for many kilometers. This can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in cases like Japan, where the centre of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline. The tsunami wave followed almost immediately. Experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until the earthquakes and tsunamis can predicted.
And that is the VOA special English technology report.

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A powerful earthquake struck the north eastern coast of japan at two 2:46 pm local time on march17, janpan's media relogical agence released its first trunami warnings just 3' later, the country has one of the best earthquake early warnings in the world, there are morn than 4000 science make intensity meters in please through out japan to measure earthquake active, these meters provide information within 2's of an earthquake hapening, information about the stength and the center of the earthquake can be learned within 3minutes, there were also concrete sea walls around much of the japanese coate line,but this measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami, costal seno likas is a tsunami expert with the depart of the civil and enviromental engineering at the univerity of southern california in los, japan is one of the most well prepared countries on earth ensential even trunami warnings, they had a warning, i think what was wrong is they had not ...he says there are two reasons for this, japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years ,and scientist had not expect such large earthquake happenning off the coast of japan,the 9.0 zero magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recored worldwide,it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit japan, the tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 30 in some areas, costal sino says japan's concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves,the concrete sea wall in many places in japan about 30 meters, such about 33 feet,in the center that is about 3 meters, that is about 10 feets,so that's also used it at least in dark area, they are not expecting a such sizealbe wave a trunami can travel as fast as 800 km per hour, to get the higher ground, people would often have to travel for many kms, this can take more time, than a tsunami will permit,this is especially ture in cases like japan, where the center of the earthquake stuck so close to the coast line,the tsunami waves followed almost immediately, experts say early warning system wil continue to be limited by these facts until earthquake and tsunmis can be predicted. and thisis the voa special english technology report

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this is the VOA special english technology report.A powerful earthquake strike the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46 locatal time on March 11.Japan's media relogical agency release its first tsunami warning just 3 minutes later.the country has one of the best earthquake early warning system in the world.There are more than 4,000 seismic intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity.these meters provide imformation within 2 minutes as the earthquake happening.Imformation about the strength and center of the earthquake can be learned in 3 minutes.There are also concrete sea walls around the much of Japanese coast line but these measures prove no match for  the powerful earthquake and tsunami.Carnol Seana is an tsunami expert with the department of civil and environmental enginering at the university of southern Canifornia in LA.Japan is one of  the most well prepared countries on earth in terms of  tsunami warnings.they had a warning I think what was wrong is that they had not anticipated the size of this event.He says there are two reasons for this,Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one  in the last 150 years.and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.the 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the first most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide and it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan.The tsunami waves followed were reported to reach as high as 13 meters in some areas.Carnol Seana lucky says Japan concrete sea walls were not bulit to handle such high waves.concrete sea walls in many places in Japan about 10 meters,that's about 33 feet.in XX,they were about 3 meters,that's about 10feet.that's also use at least of that area they were not expecting such a sizeable wave.tsunami waves can travel as fast as 800 kilometers per hour.To get the higher ground people were often have to travel for many kilometers.this can take more time than fast traveling tsunami will permit.this is especially true in cases like Japan where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coast line. the tsunami waves followed almost immediately.experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquake and  tsunami can be perdicted.and that is the VOA special english tecnology report.

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Castas Cinakos is a Tsunami expert with the department of civil and environment engineering at the universith of southern carlifornia.he sayes there are two reasons for these and has not had any event any when near as big as this one in the last 150 years.and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening of the coast of Japan.the nine point zero magnitude earth was the forth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide.it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan.The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 meters in some areas.Casteas Cinako says Japan's concrete seawalls were not built to handle such high waves.as tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800 kilometers per hour. to get to the higher ground , people would often have to travel for many kilometers. this can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit.this is a especially true in cases like Japan , where the center of earthquake stroke so close to the coastline.the tsunami waves followed almost immediately . experts say  early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquake and tsunami can be predicted.
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this is VOA Special English technology report.
a powerful earthquake strunk the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46 pm local time on March 11th.
japan's media relogical agency released its first trunami warnings just 3minutes later.the country has one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world.
there are more than 4000 science-make intensity meters in place throughout japan to measure earthquake activity. these meters provide infomation within 2minutes of the earthquake happening.infomation about the strength and center of the earthquake can be learned in 3min. there were also concret sea walls around much of japanese coastline. but these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.
C S is s trunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engineering at the univasity of Southern California in L.A.
Japan is one of the most well prepared countries on earth in tential tsunami warnings. they had a warning, I think what went wrong is that they had not X this size of the quake.
he says there are 2 resaons for this. japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years. and scientists has  not espected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan. the 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the 4th most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan.  
the tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 13 meters in some areas. C S says japan's concret sea walls were not built to handle such high waves .
the concert sea walls in many places in Japan are about 10meters, that's about 33 feet,in a X, there were about 3meters that's about 10feet.so that's, at least in a lot of area, they were not expecting such a sizable wave.
a tsunami wave can travel asmfast as  800kilometers/hour, tot get to a hihger ground people would often have to travel for many kilometers. this can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami will permit.
this is especially true in cases like japan, where the center of the earthquake stikes so close to the coastline. the tumani waves followed  almost immediately.  
experts say early warning systems will continue to be limited by these facts until earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted.
and that's VOA special English technology report.


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A powerful earthquake strikes the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46 pm, local time, on March 11. Japan meterological agency released first tsunami warning just three miniutes later. The country has the one of the best earthquake early warning systems in the world. There are more than 4000 seismic intensity meters in place throught Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within two minutes with the earthquake happening. Information about strength and center can be learned within three minutes. There are also concrete seawalls around much of Japanese coastline. But these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.
K is a tsunami expert within the department of civil and environmental engineering at the university of southern carlifornia in Los Angeles. Japan is one of most well-prepared continent earth owner in tunami warning. They have the warning, I think   He said there are two reasons for this. Japan has not had any event anywhere near as big as this one in the last 150 years. And scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.
The 9.0 Magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tunami waves that followed were reported to reach as high as 13 meters in some areas.
K says Japan concrete seawalls were not built to handle such high waves. The concrete seawalls in many places in Japan are about 7 meters 33 thick. In ** they were about 3 meters A tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800 kilometers per hour. To get a higher ground people would have to travel for many kilometers. This can take more time than the fast travelling tsunami will permit. This is especially true in Japan the center of earthquake is so close to coastline. The tunami then followed immediately. Experts say early warning system continues to be limited by this fact until earthquake and tsunami can be predicted.

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[Homework]SENEWS-2011-03-21

This is the VOA special English techonolgy report
A powerful earthquake struck the northeast coast of Japan at 2:46pm local time on 3.11. Japan's media relogical agency released its tsunami warnings just three minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning system in the world, there are more than 4000 science-make intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within 2 minutes .. earthquake happening. Information about the strick and the center of the earthquake can be learned within 3 minutes. There were also .. sea walls around the much of the Japanese coastline, but this measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami. C is a tsunami expert with a department of siv..and environmental engineering at the unversity of S in Los Angeles.
Japan is one of the most well be .. countries on earth ..and tsunami warnings, they had warning, I think what
He says there are two reasons for this, Japan has not had any event anywhere near as biggest this one in the last 150 years and scientists had not expected such a large earthquake happening of the coast in Japan. The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the 4th most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as 30 meters in some areas. C says Japan's con.. sea walls were not built to handle such high waves.
The c. sea walls in many places in Japan about 7 meters .. and some are about 3 meters .., so that .. they were not expecting .. such size of wave
A tsunami wave can travel as fast as 800km per hour. To get a higher ground, people would often have to travel for many kilometers, this can take more time than the fast travelling tsunami will permit. This is especially to in cases like Japan where the center of the earthquake struck so close to the coastline. The tsunami waves followed almost immediately. Experts say only warning system will continue to be limited by its facts until earthquake and tsunamis can be predicted
And that is the VOA special english technology report, writen by J. You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our webset voaspecialenglish.com You can also find trans.. , mp3 and par.. of our reports. and you can find us on facebook and youtube at voalearningenglish, I am S

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