Media Monitoring – Crowdsourcing

Emergency Water and Food Distribution (in Japanese) – Click Here

Source: Crisis Commons wiki

Japan Tsunami – Live Streaming:

NHK Japan Live: NHK Japan Live
Al Jazeera Japan Live: Al Jazeera Japan Live
ABC News Live: ABC News Live
Associated Press Live: Associated Press Live
BBC Live: BBC Live
CNN Live: CNN Live
CCTV News China: CCTV News China
Deutche Welle Live: Deutche Welle Live
France24 Live: France24 Live
Khon2 Hawaii: Khon2 Hawaii
NDTV Live: NDTV Live

Twitter – Real Time Updates:

Twitter #earthquake: Twitter #earthquake
Twitter #japan: Twitter #japan:
Twitter #tsunami: Twitter #tsunami
#EQJP #japanearthquake, #JPQuake, #japaneq, #japantsunami, #ynwa, #japaneq

Tsunami Arrival Times for locations in Pacific Ocean:

Tsunami Arrival Times for locations – in Pacific Ocean: Tsunami Arrival Times – in Pacific Ocean
Tsunami Arrival for locations – USA: Tsunami Arrival for locations – USA
Time and Date – Japan: Time and Date – Japan

Japan Tsunami Live Radio:

Vanuatu Island Radio Live: Vanuatu Island Radio Live

Google People Finder – Japan:

Google People Finder – Japan: Google People Finder – Japan

Japan Tsunami – YouTube:

YouTube #tsunami: YouTube #tsunami

Japan and Hawaii Webcams

Honolulu Webcams: Honolulu Webcams

Japan Earthquake – Real-Time Map:

Earthquake – Real-Time Map: Earthquake – Real-Time Map

Google Maps – Japan Earthquake Location Coordinates (38.322°N, 142.369°E)

Japan Earthquake Location Coordinates: Japan Earthquake Location Coordinates

Tsunami Warnings Center:

Pacific Tsunami Warning Center: Pacific Tsunami Warning Center
West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warnings: West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warningsr
Noaa: Noaa

Japan Tsunami – News:

NHK World Japan: NHK World Japan
ABC News Live: ABC News Live
BBC Japan: BBC Japan
CBS News: CBS News
CNN Japan: CNN Japan
Fox News: Fox News
Google News: Google News
Guardian Japan: Guardian Japan
MSNBC News: MSNBC News
New York Times Japan: New York Times Japan
NPR Japan: NPR Japan
Reuters Japan: Reuters Japan
Sky News Japan: Sky News Japan
The Japan Times: The Japan Times

Hawaii – News:

Hawaii Evacuation Map: Hawaii Evacuation Map
Hawaii News Now: Hawaii News Now

  1. Toni
    March 17, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    Japan: The 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku earthquake – Situation Report 2

    Source: The Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS)
    Date: 16 Mar 2011

    Overview

    With the massive earthquake and the following tsunamis happened on 11 March 2011 (14:46 JST), the death toll (8,181) and missing exceed 11,000, the worst number of loss Japan has experienced since the WWII. There are 44,818 evacuees in 2,444 shelters as of the time of reporting. Many of them are still waiting for relief items and to be relocated to better facilities. There are 1,6million households facing water supply cut-off in neighboring 12 Prefectures. Other life lines are still cut-off in the affected areas. Access to the affected area is gradually opening via sea and air, lack of fuel for transportation is delaying the relief operation. The temperature in the affected area is very low (below minus 0 Celsius) With rising concerns for radiation leak from the damaged nuclear power stations, relief operations are affected and the affected communities are under great anxiety. Domestic news reported that the Ministry of Health confirmed validity of foreign doctors to engage in the affected area (past validity confirmation was with Kobe quake)

    For the full report in PDF format, visit http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/VDUX-8F2NJY?OpenDocument&rc=3&emid=EQ-2011-000028-JPN

  2. Toni
    March 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Japan: The 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku earthquake – Situation Report 1.1

    Source: The Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS)
    Date: 15 Mar 2011

    Situation by affected Prefectures

    Aomori Prefecture

     Blackout at approximately 3400 households in Hachinohe city and Misawa city

     No supply of gas with about 1300 households which is 8 percent of total households in Hachinohe city

     Cut in water supply at the total of 40 households at Towada city.

     No water at 470 households because the water of the small water-supply system becomes muddy, and stop water in reservoir temporarily at Hachinohe city.

     Transportation systems into Aomori are down due to lack of power supply.

     Medical supply reached Aomori port via ferry from Hokkaido (Hachinohe port sill closed).

    For the full report in PDF format, visit http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/VDUX-8F2NGK?OpenDocument&rc=3&emid=EQ-2011-000028-JPN

  1. March 17, 2011 at 11:35 am

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