We will continue to update this collection as new resource are discovered and/or events warrant.
UPDATE (3/15/2011): Japan: Earthquake and Tsunami – Mar 2011
From ReliefWeb, UN Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Maps, Updates, and a Large List of Reports About How Various Countries/Organizations are Helping and what News Organizations are Reporting
UPDATE (3/13/2011): Stratfor Global Intelligence — The Japanese Disaster: Full Coverage
UPDATE (3/13/2011): NASA Satellite Image of Flooding
UPDATE (3/12/2011): Digital Globe is making a five page (PDF) “First Look” damage analysis (unclassified) report available.
DigitalGlobe’s FirstLook imagery service provides a before and after imagery-based perspective of the aftermath of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan’s coast on March 11, 2011. This prototype FirstWatch imagery report provides an initial imagery and geospatially-based assessment of the damage seen at the two Fukushima nuclear power plants (Fukushima Dai-ichi; Fukushima Dai-ni) and in Sendai, a port city in northeastern Japan. Imagery collected on March 12, 2011 reveals widespread destruction including evidence of collapsed structures, extensive debris, massive flooding and damage to key infrastructure caused by the earthquake and the tsunami.
Nuclear Energy Safety Institute (NESI)
U.S. Department of Energy and international partners.
Lists and Maps
+ Worldwide: Maps of Nuclear Reactor Locations (INES)
Selected English Language Media Direct from Japan
Updates from World Nuclear News (WNN)
Look for updated links on WNN homepage
Japan Energy Profile (Energy Information Administration, U.S.)
Some statistics are also available here.
Japan Atomic Industrial Forum
Updates and Operating Records of Nuclear Power Plants
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
Additional Resources and Resource Compilations
Information on the Japanese Earthquake and Reactors in That Region
A growing collection from the Nuclear Energy Institute (U.S.)