11th March Japanese tsunami

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journal = {Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences}, journal = {Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences},
year = {2012}, year = {2012},
 + volume = {12},
 + number = {4},
 + pages = {1213-1227},
 + doi = {10.5194/nhess-12-1213-2012},
url = {http://gfs.sf.net/papers/popinet2012.pdf} url = {http://gfs.sf.net/papers/popinet2012.pdf}
} }
</bibtex> </bibtex>
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 +==== Google Earth KML files for the results in the paper above (Figure 15) ====
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 +* [http://gfs.sf.net/tmp/tsunami/reached.kml Predicted boundary of areas reached by the wave]
 +* [http://gfs.sf.net/tmp/tsunami/inundated.kml Predicted inundated areas after 10 hours]
== Original simulations (March 2011) == == Original simulations (March 2011) ==

Current revision

A more recent version of these simulations is presented in

S. Popinet - Adaptive modelling of long-distance wave propagation and fine-scale flooding during the Tohoku tsunami

Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 12(4):1213-1227, 2012
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Google Earth KML files for the results in the paper above (Figure 15)

Original simulations (March 2011)

Inundation maps

These maps were generated directly from the results of the refined simulation. The spatial resolution in flooded areas is automatically adapted down to ~500 m. Note that the topography is defined using the ETOPO-1 data (1 arcminute i.e. ~1.8 km). The results below could be improved using higher-resolution topographic data (e.g. STRM).

In all Gerris results, the colorscale encodes the log of the maximum wave elevation reached over 5 hours.

Comparison between RADARSAT-2 satellite map of standing water bodies (from 12th march 2011) and Gerris results. Sendai area, Miyagi prefecture.
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Comparison between JRC HyFlux2 model results and Gerris results. Wider Sendai area, Miyagi prefecture.
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Comparison between JRC HyFlux2 model results and Gerris results. Tokai area.
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