NATURAL HAZARD OR DISASTERS

Natural hazard is a naturally occurring environmental disaster or human bad effecting. Basically two type of natural hazard classified. There are Geophysical and Biological hazard. Geophysical hazard is into Geological and Meteorological phenomena such as Avalanche, Earthquake, Coastal erosion, Lahar, Landslide, Sinkhole, Volcanic eruption

Geohazard

Geohazard is a widespread damage or risk. Geohazards are geological and environmental conditions and involve long-term or short-term geological processes Geohazards can be relatively small features, but they can also attain huge dimensions and affect local and regional socio-economy to a large extent

Sinkhole

Sinkhole is a ground that is formed by the collapse of the surface layer and has no external drainage. When it rains, the water...

Lahar

A lahar is a type of natural event closely related to a volcanic eruption, and involves a large amount of material originating from an eruption of a...

Coastal Erosion

Coastal erosion is a physical process by which shorelines in coastal areas around the world shift and change, primarily in response to waves and currents...

Avalanche

An avalanche occurs when a large snow (or rock) mass slides down a mountainside.An avalanche is an example of a gravity current consisting of granular material....

Tsunami

Tsunamis from tectonics and landslides Tsunamis are long-period waves generated by disturbances such as earthquakes, volcanic activity, and undersea landslides. The crests of these waves...

Volcanoes

Volcanoes are holes in the earth's crust through which molten rock and gases escape to the surface. Volcanic hazards arise from two classes of...

Earthquakes and Seismicity

Earthquakes are caused by the sudden release of slowly accumulated strain energy along a fault in the earth’s crust. Earthquakes and volcanoes occur most...

What is Landslides

A landslide is a form of mass extinction involving a variety of earth movements such as rockfalls, deep slope failure, and shallow debris. Landslides...

10 Most Powerful Earthquakes in Earth History

10. Sumatra Earthquake (2012)– 8.6 on 11 April ,2012 at 15.38 local time, Indian Ocean earthquakes were magnitude 8.6 undersea that near of Indonesian city...