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Tsunami impact assessment, 2005

Tsunami impact assessment, 2005

a socio-economic countrywide assessment at household level, six months after the Tsunami.

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Published by Ministry of Planning and National Development in Malé .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tsunamis -- Social aspects -- Maldives,
  • Tsunamis -- Economic aspects -- Maldives,
  • Tsunamis -- Social aspects -- Maldives -- Statistics,
  • Tsunamis -- Economic aspects -- Maldives -- Statistics,
  • Indian Ocean Tsunami, 2004

  • Edition Notes

    GenreStatistics
    ContributionsMaldives. Ministry of Planning and Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV603 2004.A-ZM+
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 198 p. :
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23981606M
    ISBN 109991555560
    LC Control Number2009305088

    [3] We begin with a review of the tsunami and its impacts in Sri Lanka along with a brief overview of Sri Lankan groundwater in the tsunami-impacted areas. We then discuss the major processes that occurred in the aquifers with an emphasis on salinity changes caused by the tsunami. We conclude with a preliminary estimate of the recovery and. Purchase Handbook of Coastal Disaster Mitigation for Engineers and Planners - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Portugal’s coastline extends km. It is characterized by social, economic and physical conditions that differentiate it from the rest of the territory, including population density, location of infrastructure and support of tourism activities. Therefore, it has a significant exposure if a tsunami occurs. Six coastal study sites with varying characteristics were selected for Cited by: 7. Writing from Penang Island at the beginning of January , I assume that many of us will long remember this past month because of two events. One event was as global and ‘out of this world’ as could be imagined. Within hours the tsunami of .

    Addresses accountability, conduct, delivery, effectiveness, and ethics of aid in a decade-long rehabilitation after the Asian tsunami Reviews the current paradigms of relief, recovery, and rehabilitation; Includes critiques of taken-for-granted concepts in post-disaster discourse; Show all .


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English Assessment on Maldives about Coordination, Education, Earthquake, Tsunami and more; published on 30 Jun by Govt. Maldives. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other 2005 book artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and The ground beneath the waves: post-tsunami impact assessment of wildlife and their habitats in India Author: Rahul Kaul ; Vivek Menon ; Wildlife Trust of India.

The Impact of Natural Disasters: Simplified Procedures and Open Problems V i is the value of the damaged element, ranging from 1 to 10 in an arbitrary scale (Figure 3), and.

PDF | On Apr 1,D. Obura and others published Assessment of Tsunami impacts on the marine environment of the Seychelles | Find, read and cite all. TSUNAMI IMPACT ASSESSMENT F A In, the Government, recognizing the need for island-specifi c information on a wide variety of socio-economic characteristics at household level, undertook the fi rst Vulnerability and Poverty Assessment (VPA-).

TSUNAMI IMPACT ASSESSMENT - SUMMARY E S Immediately after the tsunami, the Maldivian population faced a grim situation. Worst off were many people 2005 book the islands: some had lost family members and many others had suff ered psychosocial stress and faced serious health threats from damaged.

2005 book applied to tsunami risk assessment (Defra, ). Another reason for reviewing different approaches is the limited number of existing literature on tsunami risk assessment.

USA A number of publications on tsunami risk assessment 2005 book reported from the USA where tsunamis pose a significant treat particularly in the States along the PacificCited by: 4. The island was highly 2005 book by the Boxing Day Tsunami of Geography. The island is km ( mi; 92 nmi) south of the Tsunami impact assessment capital, Malé.

Demography. Following the tsunami, only a very few families remain on the island, with the rest living on Administrative atoll: Dhaalu Atoll.

History. The island was very highly impacted by the tsunami, and the entire population was displaced to other islands. The government then took the opportunity to expand the area of the island with a land reclamation scheme and the population was returned to the island in With the help of foreign aid, new facilities were built, and fundamental needs provided for strative atoll: Thaa Atoll.

Hazard assessment typically involves quantifying the temporal probability of a tsunami metric (e.g., run-up height at a coastal location) being exceeded within a given time frame. Risk assessment quantifies the probability of damage and loss to exposed assets and population by integrating the results of the hazard assessment with the.

Objective: The aim of this article is to present the assessment of the presentation of symptoms and psychiatric morbidity of children and adolescents from the Andaman and Nicobar islands during the first 3 months following the December earthquake and tsunami. Method: According to predefined criteria, a primary survivor is one who was exposed directly to the earthquake and tsunami Cited by: The Decem natural disaster [BAPPENAS] Tsunami: Impact and recovery (PDF, KB) Maldives post-Tsunami damage and needs assessment [The World Bank] India: Post-Tsunami recovery program (PDF, MB) Preliminary damage and needs assessment [The World Bank] Pakistan earthquake (PDF, MB).

Albrecht FH (). Editor's note: tsunami effects on nonhuman animals. The Ground Beneath the Waves: Post-tsunami Impact Assessment of Wildlife and their Habitats in.

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The Indian Ocean tsunami, spurred two congressional acts intended to reduce losses of life and property from future tsunamis. The Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, (P.L. ), included $24 million to improve tsunami warnings by expanding tsunami detection and.

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International in scope, the materials gathered cover the background of Environmental Assessment and the different possible approaches. Selvam, V. Impact assessment for Mangrove and Shelterbelt Plantations by Tsunami for Tamil Nadu Forestry Project.

Report submitted to the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, New Delhi. Thom, B.G. Coastal landforms and geomorphic processes. In er and er (eds.). The Mangrove Ecosystems: Research Methods. tsunami (tsŏŏnä´mē), series of catastrophic ocean waves generated by submarine movements, which may be caused by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides beneath the ocean, or an asteroid striking the is are also called seismic sea waves or, popularly, tidal waves.

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1 Coastal regions and island infrastructures in the affected countries were so damaged that many of the economic, social and health gains that had been achieved in recent years were lost and Cited by: Impact of the Tsunami Response on Local and National Capacities 3 Impact of the disaster at community level 29 Community perceptions of the response 29 Relationships between agencies and communities 30 Social inequality and exclusion 32 Impact on women 33 Conclusions 34 4 The interaction between international agencies   The March Alaska tsunami caused major damage in Alaska and also impacted the west coast of North America.

Crescent City, km away from the source region, suffered the greatest damage outside Alaska. At least four observable waves hit,the area and peak tsunami run-up was m relative to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW). The tsunami that deeply impacted the North Indian Ocean shores on 26 Decembercalled for urgent rehabilitation of coastal infrastructures to restore the livelihood of local populations.

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Titov, V.V., C. Moore, and D. Arcas (): Tsunami inundation hazard assessment for North King County coast of Puget Sound. Report for the Washington Department of Natural Resources.

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At-a-glance: Tsunami economic impact While no one disputes the vast human cost of the Asian tsunami three months ago, the economic impact remains far less clear. Some economies seem to have escaped unscathed; in others, the high cost of reconstruction could bring compensatory flows of aid and investment.