"Aftermath of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami archive" which were developed using Google Earth
This is mash-up contents to understand the real state of affairs of the Japan Earthquake that cannot be understood by inspecting individual photographs. Users can view over 40 photographs from New York Times and others using google earth, and compare sceneries before / after the earthquake. All photographs are overlapped with three-dimensional geographical features, so the damage situation of the Sendai airport and the Fukushima nuclear power plant and others can be understood three-dimensionally. And also, Google's imagery update of Japan is included, users can switch latest and past satellite image by radio-buttons. We will add more photographs as much as possible.
Hidenori Watanave Laboratory, Tokyo Metropolitan University + Students continue developing a splendid archive using Google Earth. You can watch the interview video of the victims with the photos of the disaster.
They already developed Nagasaki atom bomb archive and Hiroshima atom bomb archive.