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  • Date Submitted: 07/19/2011 03:31 AM
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A natural disaster is the effect of a natural hazard [e.g. flood, tornado, volcano, earthquake] that affect the environment and leads to property damaged and human losses.

      1.1 Land movement disasters
              Volcanic eruptions
      1.2 Water disasters
      1.3 Weather disasters
                      Cyclonic storms
                      Heat waves
      1.4 Fire
        1.5 Health and diseases
      1.6 Space

Tsunami is a Japanese ward with the English         translation, ‘harbor wave.’ Tsunami is large powerful waves caused by earthquake in the sea / ocean. Earthquakes happen when earth surfaces suddenly moves against each other

Speed of Tsunami

Tsunami wave can travel at the speed of a jet plane, over 800 km/h.The waves can be very dangerous and damaging when they reach the shore. Tsunami waves can run up height of 10, 20 or even 30 meters.

How tsunami hits the lands

  This shows that when earthquake happen how it become Tsunami

Countries common in Tsunami

    Tsunamis are very common in Japan. 195 tsunami events have been recorded in japan.

    At least 25 tsunami happened in the last century. Of these, many were recorded in the Asia–Pacific region, more often in Japan.

On December 26, 2004 the recent strongest earthquake   happened in coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra island.This has been one of the biggest natural disasters in recent human history.
Almost 230,000 people were killed over 11 countries. Measuring 9 on the Richter Scale

Most effected countries were Indonesia, Sri-Lanka India,Thailand in this tsunami.

It is the fourth-largest earthquake since such measurements began in 1899.

On December 26,2004 tsunami effected countries



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