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Quake Questions: Science Responds to Reader Queries on the Crisis in Japan
16 March 2011 12:39 pm
Science has asked our readers to chime in with their most pressing questions on the earthquake in Japan and its aftermath, including the nuclear crisis. Below are some of our top picks, answered by Science's news staff. We'll be updating this page frequently, so be sure to check back for new questions and answers. You can submit your own questions in the comments section below. And you can follow our complete coverage on our Japan Earthquake page.