The Negative Effects Of Natural Disasters

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Natural disasters are a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of the Earth, and man-made disasters are influenced by humans and they are often as a result of negligence and human error among the factors. There is long-term physical and psychological reaction of people from both disasters. Tsunamis, Hurricanes, and Landslides are some examples of natural disasters. On the other hand, Gas leaks, fire accidents, and oil spills are some examples for man-made disaster. They both have a bad effect on humans. There are many people died after both disasters.
As we all know natural disasters are a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of the Earth. A natural disaster is defined by the UN as: “the consequences of events triggered by natural hazards that overwhelm local response capacity and seriously affect the social and economic development of a region." Tsunamis are a long high sea wave caused by an earthquake, submarine landslide, or other disturbance. The tsunami accrued in Japan on 11 March 2011 is one of the biggest Tsunamis happened in the world. "The study by 150 experts from 48 research organizations across the country determined that the wave that roared out of the Pacific on March 11 was the largest to ever hit Japan when it struck the Omoeaneyoshi district of Miyako City, in Iwate Prefecture." Hurricanes are also accruing by natural disasters, a hurricane is a storm with a violent wind, in particular, a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean.

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