Primary and secondary effects of the Haiti earthquake. Shock waves could be felt over the border in Pakistan, also felt in Bangladesh and Nepal. Step 7 – Effects. There were many impacts including;. In comparison, The Japanese tsunami of had bigger fore and aftershocks! How would these conditions affect their capacity to cope? Label the main islands.
The port was damaged by liquefaction and lateral spreading, and cranes and debris fell into the sea. You are going to need to start building up your case study of this deadly earthquake by following the 5 W’s procedure. Evaluate the possible reasons for the aid effort to Haiti being so slow. The fault line is a strike slip fault, the Caribbean Plate south of the fault line was sliding east and the smaller Gonvave Platelet north of the fault was sliding west. The Dominican Republic which neighbours Haiti offered support and accepted some refugees. One year after the earthquake 1 million people remained displaced. By Military coup removes Aristide.
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Large parts of this impoverished nation where damage, most importantly the capital Port Au Prince, where shanty towns and even the presidential palace crumbled to dust. It is estimated th at 1 in 5 jobs were lost as a result of the quake. Most of the camps had no electricity, running water, or sewage disposal, and the tents were beginning to fall apart. A “pancaked” building – Source. The airport control tower and runway were damaged too, to compound matters.
It is estimated th at 1 in 5 jobs were lost as a result of the quake Rubble from collapsed buildings blocked roads and rail links. However, following the earthquake there was an even bigger event in Sea levels in local areas changed, with some parts of the land sinking below the sea. The earthquake struck at Port-au-Prince’s morgues were quickly overwhelmed with many tens of thousands of bodies having to be buried in mass graves. Short term refers to the hours and days after the quake itself.
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What chances would people acse had during the earthquake to survive? Rubble from collapsed buildings blocked roads and rail links. To build up a case study of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in Impacts Short term responses Long term recovery. All statistics for One year after the earthquake 1 million people remained displaced.
Shock waves could be felt over the border in Pakistan, also felt in Bangladesh and Nepal. Few of the Buildings in Gcsse were built with earthquakes in mind, contributing to their collapse The government of Haiti also estimated thatresidences and 30, commercial buildings had collapsed or were severely damaged.
Mark on the location of Port Au Prince.
Earthquake case-study (Haiti-LEDc) 2010
You will need the following resources for this set of lessons. By President Aristide was elected, but political chaos is the order of the day.
Task 3 – Watch the video underneath. The Dominican Republic which neighbours Haiti offered support earthqukae accepted some refugees. By Military coup removes Aristide.
Make a note of these in your case study. Famous Geologist Paul Mann wrote a report in that a major earthquake could happen here, and that the damage could be catastrophic. As rescues tailed off, supplies, medical care and sanitation became priorities. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Authorities unable to cope with magnitude of event so there is no accurate toll of injured. Warthquake had not been built with earthquakes in mind and were not life safe.
The earthquake was caused by the North American Plate sliding past the Caribbean Plate at a conservative plate margin.
Roads were also very badly damaged and hindered aid efforts. Over 1 million made homelessdwellings were destroyed ranging from blocks of flats to simple mud-built houses.
G11 Mock G12 Mock. Short term responses Many countries responded to appeals for aid, pledging funds and dispatching rescue and medical teams, engineers and support personnel. Made it difficult to help many injured victims.