Tsunami, Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Volcanic Eruptions and other Natural and Man-Made Hazards and Disasters - by Dr. George Pararas Carayannis

Tsunami, Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Volcanic Eruptions, Climate Change and other Natural and Man-Made Hazards and Disasters - Disaster Archaeology, Other Miscellaneous Writings

Tsunami, Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Volcanic Eruptions and other Natural and Man-Made Hazards and Disasters

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The International Decade for Natural Desaster Reduction (IDNDR) - Mitigating the Impacts of Man-Made and Natural Hazards in Developing Nations.

(Opening Address at the International Symposium of Geophysical Hazards in Developing Countries and their Environmental Impacts, August 4-9, 1991, Perugia, Italy.)

HAZARDS 98 - An Opportunity and a Challenge for Disaster Mitigation in the New Millennium

(Excerpts from a videotaped presentation given at a Plenary Session of the 7th International Conference on Natural and Man-Made Hazards (HAZARDS 98) May 17-22, 1998, Chania, Crete, Greece.)

The Protection of Cultural Heitage Sites from Natural and Man-Made Disasters

Excerpts from paper presented at GeoBen2000 Congress on the Geological and Geotechnical Influences in the Preservation of Historical and Cultural Heritage - Moncalieri Castle, Stupinigi Castle- Torino, Italy 7-8-9 June 2000

Natural Disasters in Oceania

( by G. Pararas-Carayannis, excerpts from a chapter of book under preparation entitled "The Education for Natural Disaster Reduction " to be soon published by Western Michigan University)

Summary
Introduction
Definition of Oceania
Natural Disasters in Oceania
Earthquakes
Tsunamis
Volcanic Eruptions
Hurricanes and Storms

Hurricanes
Storms (Thunderstorms, Flush Floods and Landslides, Squalls, Tornados, Floods)

Other Natural Disasters (Avalanches, Hail, Cold spells, Droughts and ForrestFires, and Sea Surges)

International Protective and Preventive Measures (Warning Systems: Earthquakes; The International Tsunami Warning System; The Hurricane Warning System)

Planning for the Reduction and Mitigation of Natural Disasters in Oceania

Disaster Prediction
Disaster Risk Analysis
Public Education and Preparedness
Post-Disaster Recovery

The Role of Teachers and Educators in the Treatment of Injuries and Psychological Effects of Disasters
Psychological and Emotional Problems of Survivors
How Teachers and Educators can Assist in Mitigating Social, Emotional and Psychological Impacts of Disasters in the Community

Conclusions and Recommendations
Bibliography and Useful References

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