Modeling future earthquake and tsunami risk in southeast Japan

A recent study led by UMass Amherst looked at risk in southeast Japan after the devastating 2011 quake and tsunami. The Japanese government called for hazard-assessment research to define the nation’s worst-case scenarios. Study centered on the Nankai …
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