Tsunami

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This study aims to test a methodology for teaching people about the characteristics of each post-disaster phase concerning road infrastructure and business continuity.
19 Jan 2022
The Japan earthquake and tsunami prompted extensive damage, including the nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
16 Dec 2021
The morning of December 26, 2004 saw the worst disaster in Indonesia’s history. A magnitude (M) 9.1 submarine earthquake occurred along the Indian Ocean subduction zone triggering a massive tsunami that destroyed 800 km of the coastal areas of Aceh Province with inundation observed as far as 6 km inland. Post disaster damage and loss assessment revealed staggering numbers on the calamity that include over 220,000 human fatalities and the destruction of 139,000 houses, 73,869 hectares of agricultural lands, 2,618 kilometers of roads, 3,415 schools, 104,500 small-medium enterprises, 13,828 fishing boats, 119 bridges, 669 government buildings, 517 health facilities, 1,089 worship places, 22 seaports, and 8 airports and airstrips (BRR-Agency for the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Aceh and Nias, 2009). Added to these statistics, more than half a million tsunami survivors were internally displaced and hundreds of thousands more lost their livelihoods.
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Odaka District, Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture. (Soft Measures, such as Evacuation Drills, etc.)
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Higashimatsushima City, Miyagi Prefecture. (Process of Consensus Building among Residents)
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture. (Development of Disaster Management Facilities Integrated in Town Development)
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Ando District, Otsuchi Town, Iwate Prefecture. (Soft Measures, such as Evacuation Drills, etc.)
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Kamaishi City, Iwate prefecture. (Development of Disaster Management Bases Integrated in Town Development; and Process of Consensus Building among Residents)
Earthquake and Tsunami 2009 Samoa Post-Disaster Needs Assessment
This Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) draws upon the findings of various assessments carried out in the immediate aftermath of the disasters by the government, the Inter Agency Standing Committee cluster teams, and nongovernmental organizations, and presents estimates for loss and damage as a result of the 2009 earthquake and tsunami in Samoa.
Tsunami 2004 Sri Lanka Preliminary Damage and Needs Assessment
This report outlines a preliminary estimate of the damage and needs resulting from the widespread coastal destruction caused by the 2004 tsunami by first evaluating the social, environmental, and economic impacts of the disaster and then summarizing the damage and needs by sector.