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Mapping the Japanese Tsunami to Prepare for Future Events

March 5, 2012

engineering graphic Using eyewitness video and terrestrial laser scanners from atop the highest buildings that survived the Japanese tsunami, Herman Fritz of Georgia Tech has mapped the tsunami's height and flood zone to learn more about the flow of the devastating currents. Full Story

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