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Approximately 170,000 people of aceh province were killed by this tsunami. Risk assessment and management for tsunami hazard 3 1. How they can be predicted and how you can save yourself from the deadly tsunami. Coastal land use planning and management in asian tsunamiaffected countries. Tsunami disaster management seminar contents themes and guest speakers 9. Social science project file on disaster management 9th class duration. Please see the family disaster plan section for general family planning information. This is one of the most detailed project i had done. Tsunami disaster management in the philippines renato u. Nga assists in tsunami disaster relief and recovery by paul hurlburt nga provided imagery products of the affected areas to the agency for international developments of. Tsunamispecific planning should include the following. Pdf effects of the december 2004 tsunami and disaster.
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Unit four emergency management in the united states. Effects of the december 2004 tsunami and disaster management. Natural disaster natural disaster is the consequence when a natural hazard e. According to an article in geographical magazine april 2008, the indian ocean tsunami of december 26, 2004 was not the worst that the region could expect. National disaster management authority government of india ndma bhawan a1, safdarjung enclave new delhi 110 029 isbn. The tsunami caused widespread devastation particularly on the coasts of sumatra, thailand, sri lanka and india. Check unit wise contents in ncert books class 10 disaster management.
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Disaster management study material pdf download here we are providing you study material of disaster management. Tsunami hazard and risk assessment methods for these sources are less well established than those for earthquakes because they are less frequent and because their tsunami generation mechanisms are complex and diverse. A tsunami is a series of enormous ocean waves caused by earthquakes, underwater landslides, volcanic eruptions, or asteroids. The role of it in mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery free pdf this entry was posted in science resources and tagged disaster management, disasters, haiti, hazards, maps, natural disasters on january 15, 2010 by amacdonald. Tsunamigenic landslides often trigger earthquakes but other mechanisms can also trigger them. A case study in southwest turkey, gocek bay area building and road layers are digitized from the satellite image. According to an article in geographical magazine april 2008, the indian ocean tsunami of december 26.
The purpose of this paper is to document and analyze the immediate economic impact of the indian ocean tsunami generated by the sumatraandaman earthquake of 26 december 2004 and the disaster management process in the immediate aftermath of the disaster with a focus on the two worst affected countries indonesia aceh province and sri lanka. Tsunami modeling to determine possible heights and inundation for the different tsunami prone coastal areas of the country to serve as inputs for warning and evacuation planning. Follow the instructions if you reside in any of the coastal states of the country. This book is intended to inform federal, state, and local policy makers and public safety and emergency management professionals about future opportunities for the application of it to disaster management. A short 10 minute summary of their findings to the class and handing in a resource. Kawata director and professor, research center for disaster reduction systems, disaster prevention research institute, kyoto university, japan abstract. Contact your local emergency management office or american red cross chapter. The actual height of the tsunami along a particular section of coastline is a function of both the height of the open ocean wave and local factors. Risk assessment and management for tsunami hazard 1 foreword in the aftermath of the indian ocean tsunami, the indian ocean states decided to establish a tsunami warning system under the intergovernmental oceanographic commission of the united nations educational, scientific and cultural organization unescoioc. To detect the inundated areas, a tsunami simulation has been performed by namidance software. Ten days after the tsunami struck, more than 20 ships and 75 aircraft, and more than,000 u.
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