HOW RISKY IS IT LIVING IN JAPAN

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HOW RISKY IS IT LIVING IN JAPAN

Japan continues rebuilding its north eastern communities, Fukushima March 11, 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami, the greatest natural disaster in the country's recent history. In this event about 20 000 people were killed or counted as missing. Like many domestic organizations, quickly became involved in the cleanup of the disaster, and bega to examine how the organization could better assist nations and communities insecure to future natural disasters.

The advantages when there is a volcano is that if you have a farm, all the ash from the volcano can fertilize the soil, forms landforms and gives off good minerals. The disadvantage when there is a volcano is that is causes power outages, pollutes your water supplies, crops get destroyed and causes blocking of sunlight.

TYPHOONSEARTHQUAKES TSUNAMISHEAT WAVES VOLCANOSBLIZZARDS

Earthquakes

Is it risky living in Japan?

A terrible Heat Wave happened in 2010 and 1 718 people died

What was the worst natural disaster?

EARTHQUAKES

TSUNAMIS

TYPHOONS

BLIZZARDS

VOLCANOS

Mount Fuji it is the highest mountian and is still active.

Typoons mostly end in September and began in October, they usally occur in summer.

Great Nankaio Earthquake, 80 000 people died on September 1854

HEAT WAVES

Mount Fuji

Tsunamis

Blizzards

Typhoons

Japan

How risky is it living in Japan

A heat wave in japan had struck, the number of heatstrocks victims hit record levels. The fire and Disaster Management Agency reported July had the highest number of people taken to hospitals by ambulances for heatstoke ever, more than 21,000 people, nearly half of the people were in the at risk group of people aged 65 and older. The number of dearths from heatsrtokes in julywas 3, also the highestnumberon record.

Japan was struck by record numbers of typhoons in 2004. Ten typhoons hit Japan, the highest number since the government began to keep records of such storms. The previous record typhoons was six. The typhoons killed more than 240 people, the most since 1983.

BIBLIOGRAPHYJapans Heat Waves. Augest 19, 2012. Heat Waves in Japan (online). Available: www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2012/08/19/editorials/japanese-heat-waves/. 5 May 2013.Japan Natural Disasters. (no date). natural disasters Japan (online). Available: www.dragonstrick.com/mrk/disasters.htm. 16 april 2013Typhoons in Japan. (no date). Typhoons in Japan. Availables: factsanddetails.com/en/weather-news/japan-typhoon


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