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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 pm local time on March elventh. Japan's media rheological 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 science-make intensity meters in place throughout Japan to mirror 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 will also concrete sea walls around much of the Japanese coast line. But these measures proved no match for a powerful earthquake and tsunami.
Costas Synolakis is a tsunami expert with a 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 eath in terms of the 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 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 in some areas.
Costas Synolakis says Japan's concrete seawalls were not built to handle such high waves.
The concrete seawalls in many places in Japan are about seven meters which is about thirty three feet. In Sendai they were three meters which is about ten feet. So that's so used at least in dead area they were not expecting such size of wave.
A tsunami wave can travel as fast as eight hundred kilometers per hour. To get a higher ground, people would often have to travel several kilometers. This can take more time than a fast traveling tsunami can permit. This is especially true in cases like in Japan where the center of the earthquake struck so closed to the coastline. The tsuname 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 Techonology Report.
A powerful earthquake struch the northeastern coast of Japan at two forty-six p.m. local time on March eleventh. Japan meterorogical agency released its first tsunami warnings just three minutes later. The country has one of the best earthquake early warning system in the world.
There are more than four thousand scence Intensidy Meters in place throught Japan to measure earthquake activity. These Meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strength and center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes.
There are also concreace seawalls around the much of the Japanese coastline. But these measures provided no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.
* is a tsunami expert with the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the United States of Suden California in Los Angeles.
*:"Japan is one of most well-prepared countries on earth in * tsunami warnings. They had a warning. I think what went wrong is that they had not anticipated the size of the 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 experted such a large earthquake happening off the coast of Japan.
The nine point zero maganitude earthquake was the forth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. The tsuanmi waves that followed were reported to have rearched as high as thirteen meters in some areas.
* says Japan concrete sea walls were not built to handle such high waves.
*:"The concrete seawalls in many places in Japan are about 10 meters, that's about 33 feet. In *, they were about three meter, that's about 10 feet. So that shows you that as least in that area they were not expecting such a * 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 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.
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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This is the VOA Special English Technology Report.
    A powerful earthquake struck the northeasten 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.
    Japan is one of those most well-prepared countries on earth in terms of tsunami warnings. 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 the 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.
The concrete seawalls in many place in Japan are about ten meters, that's about thirty-three feet. In Sendai, they were about three meters, that's about ten 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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[Homework]SENEWS-2011-03-21

This is the VOA SE technology report.
A powerful earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at two forty-six p.m. local time on March eleventh. Japan’s media rheological 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 sense make intensity meters in place throughout Japan to measure earthquake activity. These meters provide information within two minutes of an earthquake happening. Information about the strains 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 tsunami.
Caster S is a tsunami expert with the department of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Suben California in Los Angeles. “Japan is one of the most well prepared countries on earth in dossal in which tsunami warnings. They had a warning, but I think what was strong is, they had not a dissipated size of this usement.”
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 9.0 magnitude earthquake was the fourth most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. It was also the worst earthquake ever to heat Japan.
The tsunami waves that followed were reported to have reached as high as thirteen meters in some areas. Caster S says Japan’s concrete seawalls were not built to handle such high waves. “The concrete seawalls in many places in the Japan are about three meters such about thirty three feet. In the sand ai there were about three meters such about thirty three feet. So that soze used at misting that areas they were not expecting such size of waves.”
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 coast line. 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 SE technology report written by J. You can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our website VOASE.COM. You can also find transcripts, mp3s and pot gets of our reports. And you can find us on face book and utube at VOA learning English.
I’m Steve Ember.
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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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0321 this is the voa special english technology report.
A powerful earthquake struck the northeast coast of Japan at two forty six PM local time on March eleven.
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 through out Janpan to measure earthquake activity. these meters provide information  within two minutes when earthquake happening.
information about the (*strength) and center of the earthquake can be learned within three minutes. there are also (concrete sea walls) around (much of the Japanese coast line)  but these measures proved no match for the powerful earthquake and tsunami.
(Costas Synolakis) is tsunami expert with the department  civil and (Environmental ) engineering at the university of (Southern)california in Los Angeles.
one of the most well  warnings the  I think  what /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  any(when/anywhere) near as big as this one in the last one hundred and fifty years and scentists has not  expected  such a large earthquake happening (of/off the)  coast of Japan.
the nine point zero (magnitude) earthquake was the force most powerful earthquake ever recorded worldwide. it was also the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan. (tsunami ) followed  were reported to have reached  as high as thirteen meters in some areas.
(Costas Synolakis) says Japan's (can create/concrete ) sea walls were not (built) to handle such high (waves).
  in many places in Japan  about  meters /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 higher (ground) people would 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 earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted.
and that's the voa special english technology report written by Jone   you can find more news about the disaster in Japan at our web site 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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