New tsunami

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Name:Noor Asyikin Binti Abu Hanipah
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Title:Tsunami

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New tsunami

  1. 1. By: Noor Asyikin Binti Abu hanipah
  2. 2. DeFiNItIOn?
  3. 3. A series ofocean wavesthat sendssurges ofwater
  4. 4. Sometimes reachingheights of over 100 feet( 30.5 meters ), ontoland
  5. 5. UNDERWATERLANDSLIDES
  6. 6. UNDERWATER VOLANICLANDSLIDES ERUOTIONS
  7. 7. IFhappen
  8. 8. WHAT to Do??
  9. 9. HOW???
  10. 10. ToProtect
  11. 11. Yourself
  12. 12. All tsunamisAll tsunamis re arepotentially potentially dangerous dangerous
  13. 13. All tsunamis arepotentially dangerous Even though they may not be damage every coastline they strike
  14. 14. Tsunami hazard sign Tsunami warning sign on aat Bam field, British seawall in Kamakura, JapanColumbia
  15. 15. HOW
  16. 16. HOWTo ProtecT yourSeLf
  17. 17. WARNING
  18. 18. People in thewarned area are strongly advised to evacuate
  19. 19. WaTcH
  20. 20. LOCAL OFFICIAL Prepare for PosSibLe EvaCuatIon
  21. 21. IF
  22. 22. IF Their areais upgraded to warning
  23. 23. Warning Center issue hourly bulletinAdvising of the situation
  24. 24. INFORMATION
  25. 25. A message withinformation about anearthquake that is notexpected to generate atsunami
  26. 26. HOW TOPROTECT YOUR FAMILY
  27. 27. LEARN ABOUT TSUNAMI RISK IN YOUR COMMUNITYContact Your local emergency management office.
  28. 28. LEARN ABOUT TSUNAMI RISK IN YOUR COMMUNITYContact Your local emergency management office. The height of your street above sea levelKnow
  29. 29. LEARN ABOUT TSUNAMI RISK IN YOUR COMMUNITYContact Your local emergency management office. The height of your street above sea levelKnow Of your street from the coast/ other highDistance risk water
  30. 30. If you are visiting an area at risk from tsunamis
  31. 31. If you are visiting an area at risk from tsunamis CHECK from hotel/campground operator for tsunami information HOW You would be warn
  32. 32. WHAT TO DOAFTER ATSUNAMI??
  33. 33. Help your neighborwho may requirespecial assistance-infants, elderlypeople and peoplewith disabilities
  34. 34. Help your neighborwho may requirespecial assistance-infants, elderlypeople and peoplewith disabilities Use the telephone only for emergency calls
  35. 35. Help your neighbor who may require special assistance- infants, elderly people and people with disabilities Use the telephone only for emergency callsStay out of thebuilding ifwater remainsaround it.
  36. 36. Help your neighbor who may require special assistance- infants, elderly people and people Help injured or with disabilitiestrapped persons. Give First aid Use the where telephone only appropriate for emergency calls Stay out of the building if water remains around it.
  37. 37. help
  38. 38. Use telephone
  39. 39. Protection
  40. 40. CONCLUSION
  41. 41. 1.Tsunami is one of the natural disaster that we could not expect when it will occur
  42. 42. 1.Tsunami is one of the natural disaster that we could not expect when it will occur2. So, we must beware and aware with the sign of the tsunami
  43. 43. 1.Tsunami is one of the natural disaster that we could not expect when it will occur2. So, we must beware and aware with the sign of the tsunami3.If tsunamis happen, do not panic and we must help others people
  44. 44. Aini Mat Said . ( 2011 ) . Community Preparedness for tsunami disaster : A case study. Retrieved July 31, 2012, from http://www.emeraldsight.com/journals.htm?issn= 0965-Marcia Perry . ( 2007 ) . Natural disaster management planning : A study of logistics managers responding to the tsunami. Retrieved July 31, 2012, from http:// www.emeraldsight.com.Tsuyoshi F. ( 2012 ) . Mapping of historical tsunamis in the Indian and Southwest pasific oceans. Retrieved July 24,2012,from http://www.elesvier.com/locate/ijdrr.Mohd Hariz . Malaysia maintains tsunami watch advisory . New Straits Times . Retrieved July 24,2012, from http://www.nst.com.my/latest/malaysia-maintains-tsunami- watch-advisory-1.72991Selvarani P. ( 2012 ) . Malaysia relatively quake free. New Straits Times . Retrieved July 24, 2012, from http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/sunday-interview-malaysia- relatively-quake-free-1.74046#ixzz21KXWsrEq.

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