Muhammad Rizwan Riaz   2007-CIVIL-142     Section D
It is the disturbance or vibration of earth due tonatural or human induced phenomenon like Plate tectonics Volcanic erup...
HistoryYear           Location              Magnitude          Deaths893        Shahbandar, Sindh             8.0         ...
Earthquake Details Magnitude   6.2             7.8 Date/Time   Saturday, October 08, 2005 at 08:52:37PM             Saturd...
Source: www.earthquake.usgs.gov
One of the 10 Worst Disasters in the History of Pakistan                                     Source: www.listphobia.com
Losses 5,300 Dead (According to World Bank Report) 17,000 injured A total of 97,000 were left homeless The main road l...
2005 EARTHQUAKE  (Muzafferabad, AJK)
Earthquake Details Magnitude   7.8             Saturday, October 08, 2005 at 08:52:37 Date/Time             AM Location   ...
Source: www.thepakistanquake.com
13th Deadliest Earthquake            Source: www.thepakistanquake.com
Losses     Source: www.skidmail.com
Losses 87,000 Dead (According to World Bank  Report) 100,000 injured 171,884 houses completely demolished 4 Million pe...
2008 EARTHQUAKE (ZIARAT, BALOCHISTAN)
Earthquake Details Magnitude   6.4             Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 03:39:23 Date/Time             AM Location  ...
Source: www. reliefweb.int
Source: www. news.xinhuanet.com
Losses         Source: www.crs.org
Losses 215 confirmed Dead More than 200 injured 15,000 people homeless Ziarat district, one of the main tourist spots ...
2011 EARTHQUAKE(DALBANDIN, BALOCHISTAN)
Earthquake Details Magnitude   7.2 Date/Time   Friday, January 19, 2011 at 01:23 AM Location    Dalbandin, Balochistan  De...
Source: www. onlineusanews.com
Source: www. seerpress.com
Losses No deaths reported except two women died  of heart attacks in Quetta, about 330 km  northeast of the epicenter, wh...
Suggestions to Reduce Losses: People should be given awareness to tackle  this kind of situation by arranging training  p...
Thank You !
History of earthquakes in pakistan
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  1. 1. Muhammad Rizwan Riaz 2007-CIVIL-142 Section D
  2. 2. It is the disturbance or vibration of earth due tonatural or human induced phenomenon like Plate tectonics Volcanic eruptions Atomic explosions Collision of massive meteorites with the surface of earth
  3. 3. HistoryYear Location Magnitude Deaths893 Shahbandar, Sindh 8.0 1 50 0001668 Shahbandar, Sindh 7.6 50 0001819 Allahband, Sindh 7.5 3 2001827 Lahore, Punjab 7.8 1 0001935 Alijan(Quetta), Balochistan 7.7 40 0001945 Balochistan 7.8 4 0001974 Hunza, KPK 6.2 5 3002005 Muzafferabad, AJK 7.8 80 0002008 Ziarat, Balochistan 6.4 2152011 Dalbandin, Balochistan 7.2 NIL Source: JANG Magazine (Prof. Mona Liza)
  4. 4. Earthquake Details Magnitude 6.2 7.8 Date/Time Saturday, October 08, 2005 at 08:52:37PM Saturday, December 28, 1974 at 5:11:43 Date/Time AM Location Location Hunza, HazaraAJK Swat Districts, KPK Muzafferabad, and Depth Depth 33 km (20.5 miles) 26 km (16.2 miles) 100 km (65 miles) NE of ISLAMABAD, 105 miles (160km) North of ISLAMABAD, Distance Distance Pakistan Pakistan
  5. 5. Source: www.earthquake.usgs.gov
  6. 6. One of the 10 Worst Disasters in the History of Pakistan Source: www.listphobia.com
  7. 7. Losses 5,300 Dead (According to World Bank Report) 17,000 injured A total of 97,000 were left homeless The main road leading into the area was blocked for about 25 miles (40 km) by landslides and rock falls Most of the destruction was centered around the village of “Pattan” which was almost completely destroyed.
  8. 8. 2005 EARTHQUAKE (Muzafferabad, AJK)
  9. 9. Earthquake Details Magnitude 7.8 Saturday, October 08, 2005 at 08:52:37 Date/Time AM Location Muzafferabad, AJK Depth 26 km (16.2 miles) 100 km (65 miles) NE of ISLAMABAD, Distance Pakistan
  10. 10. Source: www.thepakistanquake.com
  11. 11. 13th Deadliest Earthquake Source: www.thepakistanquake.com
  12. 12. Losses Source: www.skidmail.com
  13. 13. Losses 87,000 Dead (According to World Bank Report) 100,000 injured 171,884 houses completely demolished 4 Million people homeless in 1,083 villages of Azad Kashmir In Kashmir, the districts of Muzaffarabad, Bagh and Rawlakot were the most affected.
  14. 14. 2008 EARTHQUAKE (ZIARAT, BALOCHISTAN)
  15. 15. Earthquake Details Magnitude 6.4 Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 03:39:23 Date/Time AM Location Ziarat, Balochistan Depth 15 km (9.3 miles) 600 km (370 miles)SW of ISLAMABAD, Distance Pakistan
  16. 16. Source: www. reliefweb.int
  17. 17. Source: www. news.xinhuanet.com
  18. 18. Losses Source: www.crs.org
  19. 19. Losses 215 confirmed Dead More than 200 injured 15,000 people homeless Ziarat district, one of the main tourist spots in Baluchistan, was the most affected region.
  20. 20. 2011 EARTHQUAKE(DALBANDIN, BALOCHISTAN)
  21. 21. Earthquake Details Magnitude 7.2 Date/Time Friday, January 19, 2011 at 01:23 AM Location Dalbandin, Balochistan Depth 84 km (52.5 miles) 45 kilometers west of Dalbandin in Distance Balochistan.
  22. 22. Source: www. onlineusanews.com
  23. 23. Source: www. seerpress.com
  24. 24. Losses No deaths reported except two women died of heart attacks in Quetta, about 330 km northeast of the epicenter, where the intensity was MM IV. About 200 mud houses, including some government offices, were reported damaged in Dalbandin area
  25. 25. Suggestions to Reduce Losses: People should be given awareness to tackle this kind of situation by arranging training programs and workshops Construction should be in accordance with the seismic building code Earthquake proof construction should be encouraged in seismically active areas
  26. 26. Thank You !

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