The maximum tsunami runup was 6. Australia does not import fresh produce from Japan. However, in recent times, there may be less coking coal demand due to the impact of supply chain sensitivities in the automobile and electronics industries.
Nearly 3100 lost their lives and 2800 are still missing. Hosted by: Several issues can be addressed: On 7 April 2011, a M7.
And it said on Tuesday that it would cut production at its North American plants by 75 per cent in the next six weeks to conserve its limited supply of parts made in Japan.
These will have serious impacts on the tourism industry and the supply of food and coal from Queensland to Japan, quite separately to the Japanese disaster. The 11 March 2011 Japanese tsunami was the first to cause deaths since the 1993 Sea of Japan magnitude 7.
The 11 March 2011 magnitude 9. The further upstream impact would be on coking coal for making steel.
Jun 03, 2011. Australian Treasurer Wayne Swan has connected these two events in a recent note.
Enitre town engulfed by tsunami Source: Advisories issued by international tsunami warning centres. The Ishinomaki city hospital left red arrow and the Ishinomaki city cultural center right red arrow both survived the tsunami. Even though the area is small, the highly specialized and interconnected nature of the supply chain means that a small disruption can have massive impact.