Kobe Japan Earthquake
By: Ryan Rutherford and Dillan Young
Food and Water
This was a Horrible Event
In 1995, the closest nuclear power plants, some 110 km north of Kobe, were unaffected by the severe Kobe-Osaka earthquake So they used the energy untill they got back on there feet.
One of the worst earthquakes in the world!!!
LIFE DURING EARTHQUAKE some of the good wood buildings survived the earthquake but burnt down when some of the gas pipes,and electrical pols broke causing fires.
more than five thousand people claimed, 300, were made homeless.
some of the buildings were on loose soil and when it happened the ground pretty much turned to liquid and sunk the buildings.
too fix most or all of the damage it would cost 100 million or more.
Kobe is built on a destructive plate margin it is on a foul line.
LIFE AFTER most utilities were back in use around July 1995
by January 1999 134,000 housing units were built.ABIOTIC