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Disaster Planning Explanations

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Discuss how the 2010 tsunami could have been minimized and how the
Fukushima Daiichi event was preventable. Describe how these lessons learned can be implemented in U.S. communities
and applied to future disaster planning.

Two full pages, APA format.

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The 2010 tsunami could have been minimized through several measures. The impact of the 2010 tsunami could have been minimized had there been better communication with the public regarding what was going on and what relief efforts were on the way. Further, the impact of 2010 tsunami could have been minimized if a more comprehensive tsunami warning system had been set up in the coastal areas. The navy must have the ability to sound the alarm whenever a tsunami risk is identified. The impact of 2010 tsunami could have been minimized if the law enforcement had anticipated civil unrest. Following the tsunami there was widespread looting of grocery shops and gas stations.
These lessons learned can be implemented in US community. In areas where Tsunamis may occur, there should be a battery powered system connected to the US Navy. The destruction occurred during the 2010 tsunami because the Navy gave conflicting reports about the tsunami. In the US Navy data should be transmitted to a centralized data center from which tsunami ...

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This posting gives you a step-by-step explanation of future disaster planning for tsunamis and nuclear power plant accidents. The response also contains the sources used.

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