A few more Japan-related links to share, and then I’ll likely turn back to Thailand and other subjects:
- Google’s Resources related to the 2011 Japan Crisis page is worth checking out. It allows for donations to various NGOs and provides a person finder, links to disaster message boards, and more.
- The NYT has satellite images from before and after the earthquake.
- Here’s a collection of earthquake and radiation graphs.
- The Japan Times has a story called “Sorting through information after the quake.” It has some links to useful sites.
- Also, a reminder that the MIT nuclear science and engineering blog, MITNSE.com, is a helpful resource. And The Neutron Economy is worth checking out, as well.
- And finally, my Japan Twitter list is up to 47 feeds.
(Chart via http://fleep.com/earthquake.)
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