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Natural Disasters: Why Haven’t We Learned from Them Yet?

Natural Disaster


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Whitney Gregory Dr. Alexander Third Year Writing 7 May 2010 Natural Disasters: Why Haven’t We Learned From Them Yet? George Santayan, a famous Spanish-American philosopher, once said, “Everything is life is lyrical in its ideal essence, tragic in its fate and comic in its existence,” (“Quotable Quote” 1). This too can be said about natural…

Doomsday Asteroid – Earth Under Threat



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The universe is a shooting gallery and earth is the bullseye. The earth is always under threat of a doomesday asteroid that will wipe out civilization. There are over one thousand asteroids traveling toward earth and only three quarters are accounted for. Where are the other one forth? No one knows because the government doesn’t…

The Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami of 2004



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The tsunami of 2004 was a very devastating loss for many people around the eastern coast of India. It caused a lot of damage to the area. Even though the tsunami was pretty bad, some of the effected countries were able to start quickly recovering. The tsunami was a very traumatic experience for people in…

Why the earthquake happened in chile



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Volodymyr Sadovyy 10-19-13 804 science The purpose of this experiment is to find out why the earthquake of Chile occur in 1960. The reason why the earthquake accrued is the Nazca Plate has been colliding and subducting underneath the South American plate for thousands of years. The 1960 Chile earthquake was caused by the Nazca…

Disaster Management



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Introduction Various disasters like earthquake, landslides, volcanic eruptions, fires, flood and cyclones are natural hazards that kill thousands of people and destroy billions of dollars of habitat and property each year. The rapid growth of the world’s population and its increased concentration often in hazardous environment has escalated both the frequency and severity of natural…

2010 Chile Earthquake Case Study



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Introduction In early 2010 central south Chile experienced a Mw = 8. 8 earthquake and large tsunami waves that devastated areas on the Chilean Pacific coast, nearby offshore islands, and areas near the epicenter. In addition to the tsunami, the earthquake had many other geological consequences including aftershocks, terrestrial and submarine land-sliding, elevation changes, and…

Facts About Tsunami Wave Essay



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Tsunami is a Japanese name for ‘harbour waves’ generally called tidal waves but actually tsunami has nothing to do with tides. Tsunami is generated when ocean floods shift vertically, usually due to an earthquake. When a shift in the ocean floor displaces the water above, the water body travels as a huge wave to regain…

Analysis of the Tourism Recovery Plan



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IntroductionAndaman Tourism Recovery Plan 2005 was developed by Tourism Authority of Thailand in order to manage the Crisis of “Tsunami” Tidal Wave, which mainly caused tremendous damages to 6 southern provinces of Thailand, which are Phuket, Phang Nga, Krabi, Ranong, Satun and Trang. This tidal wave not only affected to local people and thousands of…

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