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Unit 6 Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Warm Up Friday Analyze this bar graph- this graph compares deaths from EARTHQUAKES per time period.

Quiz- Video Clips: Answer in complete sentences 1. What is the first sign of a tsunami? 2 : What are two safety precautions that Japan has implemented to help reduce the threat of tsunamis? http://videos.howstuffworks.com/hsw/25886 -tsunami-the-destructive-force-of-tsunami- waves-video.htm http://videos.howstuffworks.com/hsw/25886 -tsunami-the-destructive-force-of-tsunami- waves-video.htm http://videos.howstuffworks.com/hsw/25893 -raging-planet-history/

Cluster Fukushima. "Only two things are infinite: The Universe and human stupidity. And Im not certain about the former." —Albert Einstein.

massive and frightening crisis is the result of no precaution, no prevention, and no care or concern for human or any other kind of life on our planet. Most of the world community is still unaware of the extremely profound and far-reaching effects/. There are many of these same-designed reactors in the US. One of the latest scandals that puts profits over people is the decision to send radioactive earthquake/tsunami debris all across Japan to be burned in incinerators. Instead of containing the problem to/


WHO WHO – Health Action In Crisis WHO-WPRO US GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS US Government - Japan Earthquake and Tsunami The Department of State U.S Embassy in Japan State Dept.s DipNote on Twitter State Dept. Background Note U.S. Agency for International Development OFDA/for the Iitate Small Scale Water Supply Utility. The measure is a precaution only as readings of iodine 131 at all three treatment plants remain below provisional limits of 100 Bq/l. As of 10 April (17:00), the restriction on water intake by infants /

Hans Günter Brauch UNU-EHS, CASA fellow The Conceptual Security Context: Human, Environmental and Water Security Do Water-related Social Vulnerabilities.

vulnerability from what?Social vulnerability from what? Water-related natural hazards Water-related natural hazards Impact of stormsImpact of storms Impact of flash floodsImpact of flash floods Impact of droughtImpact of drought Violent domestic conflicts & wars Violent domestic conflicts & wars Complex emergencies: violence & hazard impact Complex emergencies: violence & hazard impact Tsunami: Aceh and Sri LankaTsunami: Aceh and Sri Lanka Earthquake in Kashmir;Earthquake in Kashmir; Sudan: drought/

Seismicity and Earth’s Interior: Part I Chapter 18 Dynamic Earth Eric H Christiansen.

structures. Liquefaction most strongly affected areas with shallow water tables. Geysers of wet sediment erupt along fissures to form small mud volcanoes. Figure 18.07A: Earthquake of June 16, 1964, Niigata, Japan. Apartment houses tilted by liquefaction. Courtesy of W. Godden Collection, NISEE-PEER, University of California, Berkeley Tsunamis Large (9.2 magnitude) Alaskan earthquake of 1964. Shaking liquefied deltaic materials along the coast Caused landslides into/

Big Bend in the San Andreas Fault * Many faults in Southern California other than San Andreas (SAF) * Most are right-lateral (like SAF) but many in So-Cal.

–Liquefaction occurs when water-saturated soil or sediment sloshes like a liquid during a quake –Permanent displacement of the land surface can also occur, leaving fractures and scarps World Earthquake Distribution Most earthquakes occur in / supersede all these precautions... Buildings and Bridges... 1995 Kobe, Japan Elevated highway knocked over by strong horizontal jolt. Damage to bridge and 88,000 buildings costs exceeded $400 billion Tsunami Waves Created by Earthquakes Tsunami waves are generated /

Radiation Health and Safety. There are 6 sections that will cover:  What Is Radiation? – How is it classified? What are its biological effects?  Radiation.

the worker was exposed to The employer will solve the problem and take precautions so the incident won`t happen again The employer must report their findings / Reactors On the 3 rd of March 2011 a tsunami hit the Fukushima nuclear power station It flooded the station and disabled 12 of the 13 backup generators as /world-nuclear.org/info/Safety-and-Security/Safety-of-Plants/Fukushima- Accident/#.Ul1_RFDoaSo http://www.nrc.gov/reactors/operating/ops-experience/japan-dashboard/flooding.html http://www.epa.gov//

Natural Disasters Project Global Geography 12 Project Done by Chris Currie and Josh Lewis May 5, 2003.

Created Prevention With large forces traveling at such high speeds, a tsunami could travel from Peru to Japan in a matter of twenty-one hours, these natural disasters are some of the fastest moving things on the planet, so it seems a reasonable precaution to have warning systems in place. Tsunami Warning System in the Pacific is one and is in place to try and detect/


that everyone is exposed to in their everyday lives. These hazards are part of nature but can be very harmful if the proper precautions arent taken. Often we do not have a choice regarding whether or not we/of radioactive deposits unique to Chernobyl were found in nearly every country in the northern hemisphere". Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster: Following an earthquake, tsunami, and failure of cooling systems at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant and issues concerning other nuclear facilities in Japan/

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long run.  The most likely danger is fluctuation of the Yen, but Japan has already taken precautions to stop this from happening.  The effects /abroad will be small and short term as long as nobody overreacts to the crises. Conclusions   www.economist.com/node/18440781  www.wktv.com/news/local/Economic-impact-of-Japans-earthquake-and-tsunami- 117827629.html  www.retirementplanningnews.info/2011/03/15/devastation-in-japan/

Severe Weather By Kathy, Tanaesia, Essence,Lydia.

www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/storm-chasers- violent-minnesota- wedge/pyvk79f?q=who+are+storm+chasers&FORM=VIRE5 What precautions do people need to take in severe weather? They need to take shelter Stay away from electrical stuff Avoid large /.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/natural disasters/ facts about Tsunamis There was a tsunami that happened in Japan. The earthquake caused a tsunami to happen and it killed a lot of people and destroyed there homes. A tsunami is a huge ocean wave that can travel up/

Colonel Denis Musson DPC Direction de la Protection Civile, Haut-commissariat de la République en Polynésie Française Dominique Reymond LDG/DASE/CEA :

, and providing all necessary assistance:  He is in charge of the information of all inhabitants in his district.  Each mayor ensures that population has taken all useful precautions for its security The tsunami warning plan: the role of the Mayor Data acquisition 3 components seismic data of a single station Realtime analysis of seismic data by a PC computer Location Detection Magnitude, Mo Warning from a given/

Mary Markovinovic.  Communications/Influence Communications  Building a Communications plan  Identifying your audience  Developing your messages 

needed and requested by Japan.” 10  An Idea You Want A Specific Audience To Consider  Often Linked To Recent Event  Aimed At Promoting Your Frame Of The Issue Or Undercutting The Frame Of The Opposition  Examples:  “We are taking prudent precautions and risk mitigation strategies/akes/index.html Source: CNN “After waiting three weeks to set foot on the tsunami-ravaged coast of northeastern Japan and meet with evacuees, Prime Minister Naoto Kan got more shrugs than hugs during his two-hour visit/

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Moneer Aljawad, Abdulrahman Alshodokhi, Jericho Alves, Daniel Chief, Benjamin Kurtz, Travis Moore September 16, 2013.

March 11th 2013 Where: Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant in Okuma, Japan Cause: The Tohoku earthquake and resulting tsunami What Happened: Damage only suffered from Tsunami Lower levels of plant were flooded Reactors 1, 2, and 3 melted down / the tsunami damaged the plant. Overheating lead to nuclear meltdown, hydrogen explosions, and current radioactive waste leakage. Future Solutions; Regulations must be strictly applied to prevent incidents in the future that are based upon location, safety precautions, and/

and Presented by Dr. Roslyn Bascombe-Adams Leaders - International Course for Managers on Health, Disasters and Development February 18 th 2003, Ocho.

Tsunamis Landslides Floods Earthquakes Fires Volcanic eruptions TECHNOLOGICAL Vehicle/Aircraft accidents Explosions/Bombing Fires Oil spills Chemical exposure Germ warfare Nuclear explosions Is there a credible risk of//Treat/Receive/Dispose 2. Nerve Agents Used before (Gulf war, Japan subway) Massive cholinergic neurological stimulation SLUDGE syndrome ( salivation, lacrimation [/large droplets Standard and Droplet precautions Contagious until 48 - 72 hours of antibiotics No vaccines available Identify//

Welcome to INTERTANKO Members’ Seminar Seoul 6 th April 2011.

EU Directive? Regional Issues China Oil Pollution Regulations Precautions for vessels trading into Japan ports? –Information gathering on radiation levels –Crew protection and precautions? –Equipment required? –Ship/port interface? Inspections and analysis by ports after vessel has traded to a Japanese port? –Which ports? –What level of radiation is being deemed abnormal? Regional Issues Japan Earthquake and Tsunami thank you For more information please visit www/

Earthquake and Volcanoes This map shows only the known faults in Oregon. Faults that have moved most recently are shown in red.

tsunamis, fires, flooding b. c. 2.Two ways scientists can monitor earthquakes are: a. seismograph readings, satellite monitors, laser devices, creep meters b. 3.What are two ways to make buildings safer in case of earthquakes? a. location, materials used, building codes b. 4.What are two things people can do to be safer in case of earthquakes? a. safety drills, precautions/ Observatory Quintessentially Japan... Mt Fuji in the spring. Cherry season in Japan is a Barbara Cartland fantasy of pink flowers /

Unit 6 How to Prepare for Earthquakes I. Introduction II. Preview III. Theme-based and task-based leading-in IV. Section A_Text V. Answer to exercises.

0 magnitude earthquake struck off the Indonesian island of Sumatra, triggering a tsunami that killed tens of thousands of people in Indian Ocean coastal communities. N e/cabinets ___walls, ________. All these precautions can make a great ________ in saving lives and _________ the ____ of homes. improve possibility advisable reinforce /s h Book 3 Unit 6 V. Answer to Exercises 在日本和中国,人们长期以来一直相信地 震是可以预测的。 1. In both Japan and China, people have long believed that earthquakes can be forecast. XI. Translate the /


of water like floods and tsunami will bring heavier destruction to the land  TSUNAMI, a tidal wave,is a series of water waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water, usually an ocean, though it can occur in large lakes. Tsunamis are a frequent occurrence in Japan/environment from non-point sources via rivers and streams and through the atmosphere. Precaution- 1.Limiting the amount of toxic substances entering the coastal and marine ecosystems usually involves a legislative approach./

HAZARDS AND DISASTERS Picture found from:

made or natural danger that can threaten a group of people, their belongings, and their environment, if they do not take precautions. Examples of Hazards In Washington:  Earthquakes  Flooding  Landslides  Tsunamis  Volcanoes Other places:  Hurricanes  Tornados http/do not have the resources to recover without outside assistance. Tsunami Damage Photo: Dr. Norio Maki, Kyoto University Tsunami damage after the 2011 earthquake in Japan. Flood Damage http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:FEMA_-_37485_-/


are hazards that everyone is exposed to in their everyday lives. These hazards are part of nature but can be very harmful if the proper precautions arent taken. Often we do not have a choice regarding whether or not we may be/northern hemisphere". 2. 2.Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster: Following an earthquake, tsunami, and failure of cooling systems at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant and issues concerning other nuclear facilities in Japan on March 11, 2011, a nuclear emergency was declared. This was /

Protecting Yourself While Responding to Earthquakes Safety and Health Awareness for Responders to Earthquakes 12/08 1906 San Francisco Earthquake.

of “liquid” ground. Can undermine structural stability and safety. Liquefaction from 2004 Chuetsu earthquake Liquefaction results after earthquake in Japan 15 Flash Floods Flash floods: Rapid flooding of/ route should a sea wave approach. Aftermath of 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake tsunamis 18 Risk Factors that Can Increase Damage Areas/Unsecured building contents such as bathtubs, refrigerators, furniture, etc. Take extra precaution when working in these areas. Follow safe work practices and wear appropriate /

Protecting Yourself While Responding to Earthquakes Safety and Health Awareness for Responders to Earthquakes 12/08 1906 San Francisco Earthquake.

of “liquid” ground. Can undermine structural stability and safety. Liquefaction from 2004 Chuetsu earthquake Liquefaction results after earthquake in Japan 15 Flash Floods Flash floods: Rapid flooding of/ route should a sea wave approach. Aftermath of 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake tsunamis 18 Risk Factors that Can Increase Damage Areas/Unsecured building contents such as bathtubs, refrigerators, furniture, etc. Take extra precaution when working in these areas. Follow safe work practices and wear appropriate /

BBB4M May 17/04. Capital and largest city: Tokyo Language: Japanese Currency: Yen World Region: Asia-Pacific Area: 377,864 km²/ 145,870 mi² (13% arable)

tsunamis; typhoons continuous permafrost in north is a serious obstacle to development; cyclonic storms form east of the Rocky Mountains, a result of the mixing of air masses from the Arctic, Pacific, and North American interior, and produce most of the countrys rain and snow east of/ Precautions Prevention and Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis during a Flight Sudden Shaking of /web-jpn.org/factsheet/pollution/index.html 11. “Explore Japan,” © Japan National Tourist Organization. http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng//

New Horizon College English Book III Key to Unit Six.

of the words more than once. Word Bank A)broadcasting B)predicting C) stroking D) shallow E)shadow F) distinguish G) detect H) precaution/of earthquakes. 2. People should have supplies of water and food at home and at work, which is especially necessary in possible occurrence of an earthquake. 1. 由于在地震中遇难的人大部分都是被倒塌的建筑物砸死的,所以 一定要改进建筑结构,以便它们能够抵御地震的力量。 2. 人 们应该在家里和工作地点储备些水和食物,这在可能发生地震 时是特别必要的。 Translation 3. In both Japan/ trigger landslides and cause flooding and tsunamis. Buildings and structures are also at/

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City The improbable is becoming the norm 5 6 Documentation of Japan CBI losses are complex...  Earthquake?  Tsunami?  Nuclear?  Aftershocks?  Power Outage?  Rolling (Intentional) Power Outage?  All of the Above? 7 8 9 10 Complacency sets in…/damage with your adjuster  Be careful, take safety precautions  Photograph and video footage are key  Survey the damage with your adjuster  Sets the tone for the settlement process  Discuss measurement of the loss period:  Strategies to expedite or mitigate/

上海天文台 Shanghai Astronomical Observatory Cheng HUANG Progress on Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics (APSG) Project Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese.

earthquakes, tsunamis and landslides, devastating volcanic eruptions, sea immersion etc. A major impetus for this program has been the emergence of space / and to contribute to better understanding of the processes involved,  To help better precaution against major disastrous events. All countries/, (FRANCE) Christoph Reigber, (GERMANY) Madhav Kulkarni, (INDIA) Sobar Sustina, ( INDONESIA) Kosuke Heki, (JAPAN) Pil-Ho Park, (S. KOREA) Suriya Tatevian, (RUSSIA) John LaBrecque, (USA) Special Advisor: Miriam/

 The nuclear power plant stands on the border between humanitys greatest hopes and its deepest fears for the future.  On one hand, atomic energy offers.

except for the source of th­e heat used to create steam. But as that source can emit harmful levels of radiation, extra precautions are required.  A/of acres of forest. The disaster forced the evacuation of at least 30,000 people, and eventually caused thousands to die from cancer and other illnesses.  The March 2011 quake manifested a deadly tsunami, which destroyed the backup diesel generators that powered the water coolant pumps and that the facility had turned to after it couldnt get power from Japans/

NCSC 2016 Focal Theme Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development State Level Orientation Workshop Heartily Welcome to all.

, cyclone, earthquake, sea level rise, tsunami)  Study the local and traditional consideration, taken into consideration while constructing houses or other dwelling units or systems in relation to a particular disaster and compare it with modern  Dear Students  Take immediate steps as like., Steps For Disaster Mitigation step-1 Identification of disaster step-2 Evolving strategies for precautions step-3  Action during disaster Thank/

Raccolta di articoli in inglese scritti dalla Classe 2 A Anno scolastico 2004 – 2005 Prof. Enrica Puppo PILLS.

, in the cities, the alarm because of pollution will be released; in fact the levels of pollution are destined to increase and new precautions about the traffic are not excluded. With/ninety seconds late, too much in comparison to the perfect punctuality that is usual in Japan. “It’s incredible! Putting pressure on a person for such a little time.”/ met last January, and then they took part in the “Concert of Hope”, to collect money for the tsunami victims. But Kenny has already loved her for years. She had a/

9 th Grade.  Ex: incontrovertible  Def: describes something that is definitely true and that cannot be denied or disproved No one could question the.

of the same kind are made; prototype  The god represents the trickster archetype, which can be found in many mythologies. anarchy archaeology archaic architect archive monarch oligarchy (gov’t by the few) patriarch  Ex: disaster  Def: an event, often sudden, that causes great damage or devastation.  Japan’s tsunami/. predict preamble precaution precursor prefer pregnant (time before birth) prejudice preview premature premonition preschool  Ex: proponent  Def: someone who is in favor of something or who/

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.g. coastal areas where tsunamis can occur. 12 The society needs to be educated on the advantages of the earthquake resistant construction. There is a need to disseminate earthquake engineering information in local languages in the manner that sustains the interests of common man. This will facilitate the better appreciation of earthquake safety. THUS IT IS ALWAYS SAID THAT, “PRECAUTION IS BETTER THAN CURE”. 13/


Familiarize you with causes of weather around Guam Familiarize you with other weather and ocean hazards, including rip currents, tsunamis, volcanoes Familiarize you with/ Now the World Meteorological Organization names them through the Japan Meteorological Agency Five lists of names taken from 12 countries Does anyone know the/ timing of damaging and typhoon winds, storm surge height, and precipitation amounts Provides general call to action statements/ precautions that the public should take Types of Public /

Aids Education Dr. K. Sivapalan 24-09-071Aids Education.

institute infection control measures including universal precautions in all medical institutions and in the field services To expand the clinical services to PHC institutions by adopting the syndromic approach to management of STDs. 24-09-07Aids Education40 / work force consisting of young people of over 100,000) 24-09-07Aids Education47 Risks ctd. Migration. Both external and internal Limited Condom Use. Only 3.8 percent of couples use condoms Displacement Due to Civil Conflict and Tsunami. Men Who Have/

Unit 8 Human Population 8A – Trends & Predictions 8B – People Paradox

mainly with buildings & roads that has a human population of 2500 or more. Urbanization Urbanization occurs when people move out of rural areas toward areas with more/better jobs. Tokyo, Japan’s urban area is over 36 million Most people live in/liquefies, setting off landslides; earthquakes at the bottom of the ocean can set off a tsunami Structural damage and human life is very costly In the U.S., Alaska and California have the most earthquakes. Precautions must be taken in high risk areas. Volcanoes The/



Chemical Process Safety “To know is to survive and to ignore fundamentals is to court disaster”. -H. H. Fawcett (1982)

because of multiple exposure to several processes  Modern site layout requires sufficient separation of plants within site to minimize multiple exposure  Public perception about hazards of chemicals can be confusing and may not reflect the real situation Japan’s/of its hardware. As an added precaution, the seawater was spiked with a boron compound in order increase the absorption of neutrons within the reactor).  Next, the bleeding off of some pressure from the reactor vessel in order to lower the risk of/

Terrorism and All-hazards Preparedness and Response: Basic Awareness Prepared by the faculty and staff at the Institute for Disaster and Emergency Preparedness.

of disaster ? Examples of Natural Disasters Earthquakes Extreme Heat Landslide and Debris Flow (or Mudslide) Blizzards Ice Storms Hurricanes Tsunamis Fires Floods What Is a Man-made Disaster? Elements of/of methyl isocyanate (MIC) in Bhopal, India on Dec 3 rd, 1984, is an example of a non-intentional disaster involving a chemical agent. The deliberate release of Sarin nerve gas into the Tokyo, Japan/up phase than the actual disaster. Take precautions for extreme heat Electrical circuits and electrical /

8b - Have Risk, Will Travel – Part II: Managing Student Affairs Issues and Compliance Abroad Presented by: Seth F. Gilbertson, Associate Counsel, SUNY.

or safety considerations? – Look at specific trip and history An American Code in Paris Conduct: Notice of charges – Time to prepare – Doesnt limit interim safety precautions Opportunity to be heard – Usually a hearing (look at code) – Consider distance options Add provisions / stories/case studies March 11, 2011 A megathrust earthquake, one of the five largest ever recorded, occurs off the Oshika Peninsula in Japan. It was followed by a tsunami with waves of up to 10 m (33 ft). Thousands are dead and there/

Rerum Novarum Explain what your paragraph was about, in your own words. Read your quote. Give an example if it helps. For your assignment, write 20 quotes,

mind and work together. The State should also help out in the work of remedy and relief. “According to their ability to work together.” When the Tsunami hit Japan in 2011 Charities and people from all around the world worked together to soften/ may justly forbid the formation of such associations, and may dissolve them if they already exist. But every precaution should be taken not to violate the rights of individuals and not to impose unreasonable regulations under pretense of public benefit. For laws only/

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