Disaster management project for class ix and x

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Welcome To Friendzz Team Project

Index Disaster Disaster management Types Of Disaster Flood Earthquake Tsunami Cloud Burst Drought Volcano Eruption Forest Fire

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A disaster is a natural or man-made  hazard resulting in an event of substantial extent causing significant physical damage or destruction, loss of life, or drastic change to the environment. A disaster can be extensively defined as any tragic event stemming from events such as earthquakes floods catastrophic accidents, fires or explosions It is a phenomenon that can cause damage to life and property and destroy the economic, social and cultural life of people.

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A disaster is a natural or man-made  hazard resulting in an event of substantial extent causing significant physical damage or destruction, loss of life, or drastic change to the environment. A disaster can be extensively defined as any tragic event stemming from events such as earthquakes floods catastrophic accidents, fires or explosions It is a phenomenon that can cause damage to life and property and destroy the economic, social and cultural life of people.

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e Disaster management, which is also known as emergency management, can be defined as dealing with and avoiding both natural and man made disasters. Disaster management involves preparedness before disaster, rebuilding and supporting society after natural disasters such as, earthquakes, drought, tsunami etc.

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e Disaster management, which is also known as emergency management, can be defined as dealing with and avoiding both natural and man made disasters. Disaster management involves preparedness before disaster, rebuilding and supporting society after natural disasters such as, earthquakes, drought, tsunami etc.

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Types Of Disaster

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A form of natural disaster when there is more water than the lakes, rivers, oceans, or ground can hold

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Deforestation Dam Burst Cyclones Excess water In river Heavy Rainfall Causes

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Loss In Property Production Of Different Diseases Loss In grains Loss Of Human Life Effects Of Flood

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Uttar Pradesh Bihar Punjab Assam Area Prone To It

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Precautions Medicines for snake bites and diarrhoea should be kept at stock. Listen to radio or keep in touch with television for warning and advises

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Adequate stock of fresh water, dry food articles, salt, sugar and kerosene should be kept handy. In case of floods, power should be turned-off and all electrical appliances should be disconnected. Only boiled water should be consumed and only freshly cook food should be eaten.

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An earthquake is a violent movement of the rocks in the Earth's crust. Earthquakes are usually quite brief, but may repeat over a long period of time. They are the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust

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An earthquake is a violent movement of the rocks in the Earth's crust. Earthquakes are usually quite brief, but may repeat over a long period of time. They are the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust

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Before After

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Shaking and ground rupture Tsunami Fires Landslides

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Punjab Haryana Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Bihar

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Cover the back of your head and your eyes to minimize injury from flying debris. If cooking, turn off heating elements immediately. If outdoors, stay in open areas away from buildings, power lines, trees, and other potential hazards. If driving, stop quickly but safely and stay in the vehicle. Do not stop near power lines, bridges, overpasses, or other potentially dangerous locations

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Cover the back of your head and your eyes to minimize injury from flying debris. If cooking, turn off heating elements immediately. If outdoors, stay in open areas away from buildings, power lines, trees, and other potential hazards. If driving, stop quickly but safely and stay in the vehicle. Do not stop near power lines, bridges, overpasses, or other potentially dangerous locations

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Very large wave or series of waves caused when something such as an earthquake moves a large quantity of water in the sea. “Waves move faster than humans can run” Tsunami

Results Of Tsunami: 

Results Of Tsunami Before After

Causes 1. Volcanic Eruption 2. Icefalls 3. Heavy Rainfall 4. Seismic Activities 5. Submarine Landslides 6. Cosmic Impacts : 

Causes 1. Volcanic Eruption 2. Icefalls 3. Heavy Rainfall 4. Seismic Activities 5. Submarine Landslides 6. Cosmic Impacts Volcanic eruption Icefalls Heavy Rainfall Seismic Activities Submarine landslides Cosmic Impacts Causes

Signs Of An Approaching Tsunami: 

Signs Of An Approaching Tsunami Often no Advance warning of an approaching tsunami. A earthquake felt near body of water may be considered an indication t hat a tsunami will shortly follow.

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Precautions WARNING :  A tsunami was or may have been generated , which could cause damage; therefore, people in the warned area are strongly advised to evacuate. WATCH :   A tsunami was or may have been generated, but is at least two hours travel time to the area in watch status. Local officials should prepare for possible evacuation if their area is upgraded to a warning. ADVISORY :   An earthquake has occurred in the Pacific basin, which might generate a tsunami. WC/ATWC and PTWC will issue hourly bulletins advising of the situation . INFORMATION :   A message with information about an earthquake that is not expected to generate a tsunami. Usually only one bulletin is issued . Be familiar with the tsunami warning signs .   A strong earthquake lasting 20 seconds or more near the coast may generate a tsunami. A noticeable rapid rise or fall in coastal waters is also a sign that a tsunami is approaching. Tsunamis most frequently come onshore as a rapidly rising turbulent surge of water choked with debris.  

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Cloud Burst

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A cloud burst is an extreme amount of precipitation, sometimes with hail and thunder, which normally lasts no longer than a few minutes but is capable of creating flood conditions

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During the thunderstorms, the air mass that goes up from the lower level carries a certain amount of water in it. Sometimes that air current abruptly stops moving and the water mass falls down forcefully on the surface of earth. This natural phenomenon is known as cloudburst.  Causes

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In the Indian subcontinent, a cloudburst usually occurs when a pregnant monsoon cloud drifts northwards, from the Bay of Bengal or Arabian Sea across the plains, then onto the Himalaya and bursts, bringing rainfall as high as 75 millimeters per hour. Area Prone To It

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Precautions burst yourself before cloud burst It was Just a Joke Don’t put metal on roof Go to open area

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Drought

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 Drought is either absence or deficiency of rainfall from its normal pattern in a region for an extended period of time leading to general suffering in the society .

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 Drought occurs when not enough rain falls to the ground. However, water vapor condenses only if air rises into the colder regions of the atmosphere. If the air doesn’t rise, then no rain will form. Cause

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Area prone to it In India Rajasthan is drought full area

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Precautions Proper food storage Storage of water Growing more and More trees

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A natural opening in the earth's crust where gasses and magma can escape

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Causes Temperatures inside the earth are very high – over 5000’C in the core. This means that the planet on which we live is like a huge fiery ball of hot molten rock, surrounded by a few kilometers of relatively cool, hard rock – the crust. Because heat rises, the magma in the earth’s mantle has to find a way to rise upwards though the crust above it, rather like the way that hot air rises

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Deccan Pleatue In India Deccan Pleatue Has Biggest Volcano And it is prone to volcano eruption Area Prone To It

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Don’t Drive When there is Eruption Avaibility of Food Reach the safe location Precaution

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A forest fire is a natural disaster consisting of a fire which destroys a forested area, and can be a great danger to people who live in forests as well as wildlife. 

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Causes Thunderstorm Shifting Cultivation Fires caused by cigarette

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Effects Loss Of Human Life High Damage To Property Danger To Flora And Fauna Global Warming

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Precautions Don't Lit Fire In Forest Call Fire brigade As Soon As Possible

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Special Thanks To

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