Ppt on city life and village life

FINAL PUBLICATION TEACHER’S NAME: AZEDDINE TAGGOUCH OUHOUD PRIVATE SCHOOL, MARRAKECH, MOROCCO PROJECT’S NAME: DISCOVER YOUR CITY AIM OF THE PROJECT: GET.

and the enchanting beauty of Marrakech lies in the atmosphere and the spectacular location of this city. Marrakech is the city of entertainment in Morocco. One of the important tourist spot in Marrakech is Ouriki, Marrakech, a small market village near Marrakech. Ourika Marrakech Ouriki is a Berber village southeast of Marrakech. This small village/, and four American bodyguards, and they [...]  Categories: Actors in Marrakesh, Body of Lies, Famous People in Marrakesh, Friends, Fun, Leonardo DiCaprio, Life,/


-- 自强不息,厚德载物 -- Statistics, Group Report 1 The Analysis and Forecast of Chinese Population Group Members: 李文华 2009210538 杨丽丹 2009210561 宋 芹.

is larger than female ratio in town and village. The difference between male ratio and female ratio is getting larger and larger from city to village. ANALYSIS of RATIO Step 3 Exploratory date analysis IE @Applied Statistics, Group Report 28 -- 自强不息,厚德载物 -- Step 4 Cause analysis City people Just have one kid Higher education Higher pressures in life Dink family Reason 1 Town and village people More than one kid value the/


New concepts what we can learn from knowledge (or intelligent) and consciousness city developments? Csaba Varga Sociologist, H. Academic Reader, President.

world (family, friends, buddies) By-Hand world (family, friends, buddies) Inner life-world (the upper ego of a person, personal consciousnesses) Inner life-world (the upper ego of a person, personal consciousnesses) The replies of localisation change/ kind of sacral city-construction as a Future village/city – Consciousness City A new kind of sacral city-construction as a Future village/city – Consciousness City As a tematical tourism park, it is a healing place of the physical, spiritual and mental „body” /


NY: Random House, 2010 this is a major work on the social, political, and nutritional consequences of “The Agricultural Revolution”... and it’s a very.

Cahokia near Collinsville, Illinois, not far from Indian Knoll and Hardin Village Cahokia was the largest pre-Columbian city in North America... Cahokia Illinois Hardin Village Kentucky Indian Knoll Kentucky Cahokia Illinois Cahokia William R. Iseminger Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site Collinsville, Illinois Cahokia William R. Iseminger Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site Collinsville, Illinois "Community Life“ at Cahokia Michael Hampshire Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site/


Chapter 15 Section 5 Culture and Daily Life. Review What clarified the Catholic church’s position on issues such as the importance of ceremonies What.

led to the creation of many different churches in Europe and less religious tolerance Superstitions Despite the growth of large cities, most Europeans still lived in or near small villages. Despite the growth of large cities, most Europeans still lived in or near small villages. {Small town life in rapidly changing times led to less tolerance for individuality and a rise in superstitious beliefs} (Cove) {Small town/


ROSETTA UN-HABITAT United Nations Human Settlements Programme

URBAN PROFILE – BACKGROUND ADMINISTRATION The city is under the Local Authority of the County and City of Rosetta. Administrative Divisions 3 local village units 15 main and secondary villages 3 police posts police station dependant villages Edfina 6 (Edfina - Eastrn Amria/ with economic pressure. OBJECTIVES: Providing income for widows, divorced women, and female-headed households to help them in facing life’s responsibilities and raising their children. ACTIVITIES: (1) Social survey to calculate the /


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never see April again, he begins his own investigation.   SHTC Literacy/ME Metropolitan Tales Set in Cities   Tales Set in Cities Lupo and the Thief at the Tower of London-Aby King The royal family are disturbed by the shocking news that/But before long, Brunas brothers are called to fight and retreating Nazis occupy her village. Her peaceful life is shattered when her beloved village find themselves in the centre of the fighting between the Nazis and the Allied forces pursuing them - the final front /


Medieval Life and Society Geoff Dougherty. Background The Middle Ages were a historical period lasting from the 5 th century to the 15 th. This era began.

not every lord lived in their village Village Life After the 1100’s, castles often dominated village landscape Medieval peasants in villages were either classified as free men or “villeins” – Villeins were those who owed heavy labor service to a lord, were bound to the land, and subject to feudal dues Life was harsh, as most work was done outside City Life Large cities were scarce in the beginning of/


The Ultimate City Urban and Rural Values in Science Fiction Michael LaTorra Assistant Professor of English New Mexico State University

Clarke never explored what a synthesis of these opposites might mean What Do We Want? True love Long life Autonomy Material abundance What Do We Want? Esteem from the community Challenges fit to our skills but requiring growth/ all existence http://www.globalcooperationproject.org/ The Ultimate City Diaspar + Lys Automated city of abundant health, wealth, leisure Natural outskirts - villages close to nature Best of both worlds? The Ultimate City And then…the stars? Thank you! Michael LaTorra Assistant/


Life in the 13 Colonies What were some similarities and differences between the three colonial regions?

craftsmen Shopkeepers Raising livestock Farming: Grain / Corn “Breadbasket of the colonies” Trade Center Fishing Agriculture Large Plantations / Slave Labor Cash crops Tobacco Rice Indigo Small farms Wood products Social Life Villages and cities Religious freedom Church center of social life Self Governed in town meetings Villages and cities Culturally diverse Civic and political matters settled in market towns Scattered in small groups Lived on small farms or plantations Slaves/


Unit 7 Health and safety Unit 8 William Shakespeare Unit 9 It’s a small world Unit 4 People and their lives Unit 5 Ernest Hemingway Unit 6 Tomorrow’s.

of her family, her neighbors, and the familial qualities of village life. She cultivated the position of spokeswoman for various causes. She advocated governmental support of Arabic music and musicians, she endowed a charitable foundation and, most importantly, after the Egyptian/ more efficiently than in the past. Scientists have also designed engines which use natural gas, and many buses in Cairo and other cities use these engines. 3-Engineers also designed cars that use batteries. The batteries in early /


Three Gorges Dam on Yangtze River Dams and The Drive to Develop One of the most common features in the drive to development is the construction of riverine.

farmers perched on steep slopes and sharing too little land 66% of Wanxian city will be flooded. Some 900 factories and 250000 people will have to move. The city will be more accessible a new airport, road and railway will be built. Altogether 1.2 million people need rehousing – 2 cities, 11 major towns, 114 smaller towns and 1700 villages. The quality of life in the region is below/


First Age of Empires, Classical Greece, Ancient Rome and Early Christianity Pre-AP Unit #3 – Chapters 4-6.

of Rome. In the decades that followed, Rome grew from a collection of hilltop villages to a city that covered nearly 500 square miles. Various kings ordered the construction of Rome’s first temples and public centers – the most famous of which was the Forum, the heart of Roman political life. The last king of Rome was Tarquin the Proud. A harsh tyrant, he/


The Origins of the BID Movement  Canada’s BIDs  Toronto’s BIDs  What is a BIA?  World’s First BID  West Bloor Village BIA  Bloor Yorkville BIA 

with City= $50,000 West Bloor Village - 2002 Runnymede/Bloor West Neighborhood Western Portion of Toronto Middle class neighborhood 1991 population = 24,256 Community Services Public Health, Neighborhood Profiles 1997 “Looking Ahead: The Story of Ward One and Its Businessmen Looking Ahead in 1968”  Boytchuk, William. Bloor West Villager (May 1971) No. 5, Vol. 4, Page 2  “Our problem was the quality of life on/


The first American Way of Life Basic livelihood of Early Americans Based on: tobacco, rice, fur and fish 4 distinct patterns of life: Southern Plantations.

livelihood of Early Americans Based on: tobacco, rice, fur and fish 4 distinct patterns of life: Southern Plantations New England Towns Farms (middle colonies) Coastal Cities S. Plantations Single crop economies: –Tobacco- VA, MD –Rice, Indigo/–Legislature= General court Towns –Applicants= proprietors of town House lot in center Meeting house in center Land reserved for village green, school Land w/ woods, meadows Rest sold by proprietors Puritans ran their own churches –Democracy in Congregational churches/


Industrial Revolution Urbanization: Build your own Industrial City.

; 1 coalmine; & at least 50 trees! Life here in our rural English village is similar to other villages throughout Europe in the 18th century. Change traditionally comes very slowly. People moved at a much slower pace and had access to very little information about the world outside their village. London, England’s largest city and one of the two real cities in Europe had a population of about/


The Middle Ages: Myth and Reality. The Middle Ages: The Myth We think of knights in shining armor, lavish banquets, wandering minstrels, kings, queens,

the populations of medieval towns and cities increased, hygienic conditions worsened, leading to a vast array of health problems. Medicine Medical knowledge was limited and, despite the efforts of medical practitioners and public and religious institutions to institute regulations,/and the flood, Jonah and the whale, Daniel in the lions den) and others were stories about the birth and death of Christ. Town Life After 1000, peace and order grew. As a result, peasants began to expand their farms and villages /


The First Communities Lesson 1. Earth and the First People Human like creatures appeared perhaps 1 to 2 million years ago Human like creatures appeared.

villages had time to learn new skills. 5.People in villages traded goods with people in other villages. The Earliest Cities Villages continued to grow – they became towns Villages continued to grow – they became towns Larges ones were called cities Larges ones were called cities/ between buildings Cultures and Civilizations Villages needed a way to be organized so life could run smoothly Villages needed a way to be organized so life could run smoothly Villages grew into a civilization Villages grew into a /


India: Changing Patterns of Life Effects of Modernization.

) Many people move from small villages to large cities in the hope of finding a better life. C) Boys are usually treated better than girls. D) The caste system prevents many people from getting good jobs. E) Only about half of Indias population can read and write. F) The traditional family structure is breaking down. Village Life Technology opens the village to the world but tradition remains/


THE URBAN GAME A SIMULATION OF THE EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION THE YEAR IS 1700 AND THE NATION IS ENGLAND. THE SCENE IS A RURAL VILLAGE….

; 1 COALMINE; & AT LEAST 50 TREES!! LIFE HERE IN OUR RURAL ENGLISH VILLAGE IS SIMILAR TO OTHER VILLAGES THROUGHOUT EUROPE IN THE 18TH CENTURY. CHANGE TRADITIONALLY COMES VERY SLOWLY. PEOPLE MOVED AT A MUCH SLOWER PACE AND HAD ACCESS TO VERY LITTLE INFORMATION ABOUT THE WORLD OUTSIDE THEIR VILLAGE. LONDON, ENGLAND’S LARGEST CITY AND ONE OF THE TWO REAL CITIES IN EUROPE HAD A POPULATION OF ABOUT/


Why are cities where they are?? The usual reason was access to water and fertile land Other reasons: –Near a railway –Near a major highway –Close to natural.

areas are called CMA’s and include:all the villages, towns and smaller cities near the major urban centre. CMA’s all have more than 100 000 people. The Top 10 Largest Cities in Canada http://youtu.be/sAjT8DAaJRQ Top 10 Biggest Cities In The World! http://youtu.be/p7iJb7V0bo8 Top 10 Worlds poorest countries http://youtu.be/PCA_ofzqA0A City Life vs. Country Life: Which is Better? http://youtu/


The Middle Ages: Myth and Reality. The Middle Ages: The Myth We think of knights in shining armor, lavish banquets, wandering minstrels, kings, queens,

, where they were produced by local guilds. Town Life After 1000, peace and order grew. As a result, peasants began to expand their farms and villages further into the countryside. The earliest merchants were peddlers who went from village to village selling their goods. After 1000, peace and order grew. As a result, peasants began to expand their farms and villages further into the countryside. The earliest merchants were/


Draw a sketch of a city & label the main features. Settler Activity: City Living – Design your own Utopia Apartments for people to live in. Office space.

diagram What is it? Counter urbanisation is the movement of people from urban areas into rural areas (leaving the city and moving to smaller towns and villages). There are 2 distinct trends: 1.A movement of employment to rural areas 2.A movement of people to/ rural changes in MEDCs To make rural changes sustainable means to protect the resources, maintain the economy and not let the standard of life suffer for the present residents or those that follow. It is difficult to make sure every aspect of/


The Urban Game An exercise in urbanization and industrialization.

need to give your village a name! Background on Your Village Life here in our rural English village is similar to other villages throughout Europe in the 18th century. Change traditionally comes very slowly. People moved at a much slower pace and had access to very little information about the world outside their village. London, England’s largest city and one of the two real cities in Europe had a/


Why the Industrial Revolution Started in Great Britain 1760 AD – 1840 AD in England 1800s-1900s in France and Germany 1840s -1920s in United States.

land Balanced distribution of good land Farmers were part of a “team” Gleaning OPEN FIELD SYSTEM---Old System All villagers worked together All the land was shared out Everyone helped each other Everyone had land to grow food For /the cities  Enclosure Acts – caused many small farmers to lose their lands, and these former farmers increased the labor supply Large Labor Supply Growing population of workers due to the improvements in farming---more food available leads to better diet and longer life expectancy/


World War II and Restructuring the Post- War World Pre-AP Unit #14.

of Berlin, a city tucked deep inside communist East Germany. West Berlin was, as one Soviet leader later described it, “a bone in the throat” of the Soviet Union. Its relative prosperity and freedom stood in contrast to the bleak life of East Berliners. /program, known as the Great Leap Forward, to speed up economic growth in China. This program combined over 700,000 existing, village- sized farms into 26,000 communes (vast community farms). It proved to be an economic disaster, as bad weather combined with/


Pre-AP World History Unit #6.  Emperor of China from 626 to 649; Under his command the Tang Dynasty reconquered northern and western lands that had been.

life’s pleasures, and Tu Fu, who praised orderliness and Confucian virtues. Tu Fu also wrote critically about war and the hardships of soldiers. Once he himself was captured by rebels and taken to Ch’ang-an, the capital city. He had sent his family to the village/ Era (500 to 1,000 A.D.) Europe was an agricultural society with small villages and limited trade. In the Early Middle Ages trade resumed, with Italian cities taking the lead. To encourage trade counts in Northern France initiated a series of six/


UNIT 3 Where Do You Hang Out?. Lead-in Communication Strategy Listen and Practice Watch and Talk UNIT GOALS Learn words and expressions about hangouts.

Village becomes more upscale and there are many expensive restaurants and nightclubs, as well as clothing and shoe stores that sell famous European brands and styles. The Village is one of the most diverse and exciting neighborhoods of any city in Canada. Back Shanghai’s Xintiandi and Montreal’s Village Next Page Previous Page CHECK Shanghai’s Xintiandi and Montreal’s Village II. LISTEN AND PRACTICE A. Listen and/ great cheap travel books, and … Jake: And cut. We don’t need your whole life story, Lena. Amy: /


What are the impacts on the USA - Illegal migration costs the USA millions of dollars for border patrols and prisons -Mexicans are seen as a drain on.

is now rising more slowly, it still has a very large total population (1.3 billion in 2008). Chinese cities will face an influx of another 243 million migrants by 2025, taking the urban population up to nearly 1 billion/Increasing use of levees to protect field and villages -Increasing monitoring to reduce the impact as happens every year. -encourage farmers to build homes on stilts. Nature conservation -Studland and Brownsea island all have rare species and plant life. See Studland case study for examples. /


The Urban Game The year is 1700 and the nation is England. The scene is a rural village.

England. The scene is a rural village. Life here in our rural English village is similar to other villages throughout Europe in the 18th century. Change traditionally comes very slowly. People moved at a much slower pace and had access to very little information about the world outside their village. London, England’s largest city and one of the two real cities in Europe had a population of about/


Rural Game. The year is 1450 and the location is Germany. The scene begins in a rural village. Life here in your village is similar to other villages.

was cooler; this is called ‘The Little Ice Age.’ Due to this villagers began marrying later in life and having less children. A man had to own land on which to /life in village (II A, II C, IV A) Renaissance – Saint’s Day Festival (V A), Printing Press Reformation – Lutheran church and Peasants Revolt (III B, II D, III C, Age of Exploration – Columbian Exchange and price revolution (II B, III A) Price Revolution (add houses and more for Noble’s House) 30 Years War Growth of your city means more crime and/


Experience the Industrial Revolution. The year is 1700 and the nation is England. The scene is a rural village. draw 2 roads Draw 10 houses; 1 church;

; 1 coalmine; & at least 50 trees!! Life here in our rural English village is similar to other villages throughout Europe in the 18th century. Change traditionally comes very slowly. People moved at a much slower pace and had access to very little information about the world outside their village. London, England’s largest city and one of the two real cities in Europe had a population of about/


Human Origins. Who Found Early People? Archaeologists = excavate and study traces of early settlements Analyze artifacts (jewelry, tools, and other human-made.

Nile provided transportation Environmental Challenges Nile low = crops and growing decreased Nile high = flooding villages Desert = protection and segragation Kingdom Menes united Egypt Kings = gods aka Pharaohs Theocracy – Pharaoh headed religion, gov’t, and army King’s ruled after death (ka = / office Leader from Han lands pushes army into capital city Qin Dynasty gives way to the Han Dynasty Cultures of the Mountains and Sea Geography and Greek Life Mostly mountainous peninsula The Sea Same as rivers in /


The City in Space and Time

The Ecology of Urban Location Cultural Integration in Urban Geography The first cities In seeking explanation for the origin of cities, we find a relationship between: Areas of early agriculture Permanent village settlement The development of new social forms Urban life Early people were nomadic hunters and gatherers who constantly moved The first cities As they became increasingly efficient in gathering resources, their campsites became semi/


Unit 1: The Early Complex Societies

of labor Neolithic site of Çatal Hüyük, eight thousand people Prehistoric craft industries pottery, metallurgy, and textile production Social distinctions, due to private land ownership The origins of urban life Emergence of cities, larger and more complex than villages Earliest cities in the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, 4000 to 3500 B.C.E. Evolution of Hominids The Quest For Order Mesopotamia: "the/


I. Jefferson Becomes President (pages 307–309)  Nation’s new capital, Washington, D.C., located on Potomac River.  City contained only 2 prominent buildings.

new capital, Washington, D.C., located on Potomac River.  City contained only 2 prominent buildings  White House  unfinished Capitol  Adams & his wife Abigail are 1 st prez. And 1 st lady to live there. I. Jefferson Becomes President (pages/ from Missouri; hard working country folk  Some painters painted N. Am. Life  George Catlin  Alfred Jacob Miller George Caleb Bingham George Catlin  People in North lived in villages & towns, w/ farm communities on outskirts.  Farming was major economic activity/


The Middle Ages: Myth and Reality

the populations of medieval towns and cities increased, hygienic conditions worsened, leading to a vast array of health problems. Medicine Medical knowledge was limited and, despite the efforts of medical practitioners and public and religious institutions to institute /local guilds. Town Life After 1000, peace and order grew. As a result, peasants began to expand their farms and villages further into the countryside. The earliest merchants were peddlers who went from village to village selling their goods/


Sidewalk Mitchell Duneier. Greenwich Village, NYC.

Becomes romantically involved with Alice, merge tables When asked, Hakim says he is a “public character” Phrase comes from Jane Jacobs’ 1961 book The Death and Life of Great American Cities Also about Greenwich Village Structure of sidewalk life hangs partly upon Public characters Frequent contact with a wide circle of people News of sidewalk interest travels this way Jacobs described how Local shopkeepers Used/


POVERTY & MIGRATION By Clay Raiff and Stewart Strandberg.

.giaodiem.us Background Information Some improvements in the countryside, but… The rural villages are far less developed than the cities Migrant life is stuck between the new and old China Poverty and Migration Presentation 1. Background Information 2. Poverty in Rural Areas 3. Poverty in Rural Areas: Case Study 4. Migration 5. Life in the City 6. Migration: Case Study 7. Migrant Education 8. The next generation/


68 Lombard Street, London EC3V 9LJ Tel: 0870 787 4490 Church Communications Research 2013 Julie Irwin and Kate Turner September 2013.

would because I have got other things going on in my life. (Small village secretary) Church Competition – Awareness 25 Low awareness of the Ecclesiastical competition but viewed as supportive and commendable by most. Just one respondent was aware of the Ecclesiastical/ passers by – easier to attract people to events etc than others locate off the beaten track. Case Study #5 City Church – London Borough 47 Respondent profile:Vicar ( however has recently left parish)– two church buildings in a relatively poor/


Minoans and Myceneans Minoans: Geography & Culture Myceneans: Geography & Culture.

and the plain extends south to the Libyan sea. Regular public transportation is available from Iraklion and Rethimnon. During the Minoan times, Phaistos was a very important city-state, being the second largest city after Knossos. Where this great city once stood, there is now the village/. The coastal settlers relied heavily on fishing for their diet. In spite of the ruggedness of their life and the harshness of their social organization, these early Greeks traded with a civilization to the south, the /


Topic 3 Urban Experience: Place and Community. A.Theoretical Perspective Any city exists within the larger political structures of county, state and nation,

processes" shape the physical form and social life in favor of the belief that political and economic institutions, including banks, governments, and international corporations, shape urban life. A.Theoretical Perspective Key role: Who makes decisions that direct a citys economy and community development? And what purposes? Conflict: how conflicts between state and civil society, labor and management, and social classes have shaped the physical and social character of cities. B.David Harvey: the/


Migrations: Why, Where, and the Impact of the Movement of Peoples

All Muslims must try at least once in life to make journey to Mecca Shia-Sunni Split Shia developed holy sites of dead martyrs and saints Faithful made regular pilgrimages to venerate heroes The Hajji and the Gadis Learned Muslims often traveled between cities teaching, dispensing justice Itinerant preachers, wanders such as gadis (judges) and sufis (mystics) Commerce and Intellectual Migration Arab Empire encouraged commerce, trade/


Master Flowchart The West Unit 2. Classical South and East Asia

Cities need migrants from peasants or nomads to sustain pop. Villages with smaller populations cannot sustain infectious diseases One of two effects: Either nomads are virtually wiped out by civ. disease… …or nomads adapt and eventually conquer civ. Often migrants swamp cities/ largely defined by four new ideas  Transition from medieval to modern civilization SECULARISM: Belief this world and life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife HUMANISM: Belief that humans/


Every Child is A Child PROTECTION OF FAMILY’S DIGNITY BY ABANDONING BABIES IN KAZAKHSTAN 2013 Summer Program on Advances in Social Norms and Social Change.

targeting of the fathers Socio-cultural and economic context 1/3 Young women from small cities/villages travel to big cities seeking higher education and/or employment. Their stay in the urban areas planned as temporary Changing the living environment exposes young girls to new opportunities and risks related to loosening of social/parental control (alcohol, random sex, night life) Social and economic aspirations rapidly growing while living/


Ancient Mesopotamia The Sumer Civilization A study in cause and effect

to farm and raise animals Food Collectors  Food Producers Farming Staying in one place instead of nomadic life (settlements) Food production and settlementspopulation growth Population growth CIVILIZATION What makes a ‘Civilization’? Advanced Cities Social classes//and 3000 BCE, the villages grew into towns and cities Sumer grew into a far-reaching civilization with multiple cities 12 big cities, Ur was the largest-24,000 people This leads to Problem 4… As the towns and the population grows more and/


Driving Creative Economy in Sum- Sung District, Khon Kaen Province to Livable City. Ms.Wilailak Maiwong NESDB THAILAND.

gather data Tool to apply in analysis Impact  People in Sum-Sung District will have a better life  Top 10 ranking of the most richest village in Khon Kaen in 5 years  To show that Sum-Sung District is a livable city  Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, yearbooks  5 years after change to organic after year  With – without Outcomes  Sum-Sung district/


FAMILY LIFE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC. Characterization of living in the Czech republic We would like to introduce you living in the Czech republic. Most.

LIFE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Characterization of living in the Czech republic We would like to introduce you living in the Czech republic. Most people move into the town because of work,but there are still people, which prefer living in the village/ urban area. Are you interested, who prefers living in the city, town or village? This diagram will answer your questions. Most people in our/is the outdoors or indoors swimming pool. It has two floors and the nice view from the porch. Still favourite blocks of flats/


Understanding Smart Cities

. PVT. LTD. KOLKATA, INDIA Smart City : Introduction Definition of Smart City by Boyd Cohen : Smart cities use information and communication technologies (ICT) to be more intelligent and efficient in the use of resources, resulting in cost and energy savings, improved service delivery and quality of life, and reduced environmental footprint--all supporting innovation and the low-carbon economy. Origin of Smart city The concept of smart cities originated at the time when/


YALE/TULANE ESF-8 PLANNING AND RESPONSE PROGRAM SPECIAL REPORT (JAPAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI) YALE/TULANE ESF-8 PLANNING AND RESPONSE PROGRAM SPECIAL REPORT.

Prefecture, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) has advised against drinking tap water in Iitate Village. The restriction continues. As of 30 March tap water from Date City, Tsukitate Small-Scale Water Supply Utility and Iwaki City, Water Supply Utility in Fukushima Prefecture. /30 March 2011WHO SITREP 21: 30 March 2011IAEA Update: 30 March 2011 Radioactive iodine has a short half-life of about 8 days and decays naturally within a matter of weeks, there is a risk to human health if I-131 is /


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