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Nuclear Power in California
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Nuclear Reactor in California by Yoshitaka Shirako (Yoshi) Public argument on nuclear development in California by Xiaozheng Wang (Sophia) ↓u Future Energy Source in California by Kinwah Sin
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Nuclear Reactor in California
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Japanese disasters  In March 11,2011,Japan was attacked by a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and maximum 46-foot tsunami.
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Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power  Station Flooded Lost the power for cooling Started overheat Core meltdown Hydrogen explosion
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Diablo Canyon Power Plant
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Diablo Canyon Power Plant In San Luis Obispo Country Withstand a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and a 35-foot tsunami with 86 feet above sea level
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San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station
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San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station In San Diego Country, located on the Pacific coast of California . Withstand a 7.0-magnitude earthquake and a 27-foot tsunami with 30 feet sea wall
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San Andreas Fault
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California’s Large Earthquakes In January 9, 1857, at Fort Tejon 7.9-magnitude earthquake In April 18, 1906, at San Francisco 7.9-magnitude earthquake In October 17, 1989, at Loma Prieta 6.9-magnitude earthquake In January 17, 1994, at Northridge 6.7-magnitude earthquake In September 28, 2004, at Parkfield 6.0-magnitude earthquake
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