Sunday, March 11, 2012

  One year After the Earthquake In Japan, Satellite Images On Google Maps Of The Country Have Now Been Updated, To Know The progress Gained by Japan After This Disaster. the new imagery covers the Northeastern coast from Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture down to Hitachi City in Ibaraki Prefecture.



     You can access this Imagery through Google Maps by searching by Location then switch to satellite mode. These updated images are also available in Google Earth. Some of the areas that have been updated include the Bridge of Minami Sanriku Town and Shiogama Port, both in Miyagi. 


Google has something to say about this Update and the disaster. 

  Since the earthquake and tsunami last March 11th, we have been updating satellite and aerial imagery of the area to show the effects of the disaster as well as the pace of rebuilding. The new imagery shows that the road to full recovery is still long. There are, however, signs of progress — from large trucks on the streets to newly repaired bridges and bustling ports.

If you are a person who wants to know more about this disaster and progress gained by Japan after this huge disaster Google has a solution.You should use Follow Your World to receive notifications when images in one of the most significantly damanged areas, Tohoku, are updated.