Forthcoming Talk 12 October 2015: The 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.
Please note that the next talk is on Monday 12 October.
The S2A3 lecture for October will be by Motoyoshi Ikeda (Professor Emeritus, Hokkaido University and Adjunct Research Scientist, Japan Marine Science and Technology Center). He will speak about the disaster, the after effects and also the most recent findings and models generated; including a brief on the role of the Oceanographic Society of Japan’s Working Group in terms of notifying affected countries and how to contain and manage the radio-active threat. The talk will be held at 17:30 (please note the slightly later time) on Monday 12 October 2015 in the Sci-Enza, University of Pretoria. Download the poster in PDF format. As usual, all are welcome and there is no entry fee.
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