• Pakistan Earthquake 2005
    Name: Masooma Date: Jan. 21st, 2011 Code: ENG4U0 – J Teacher’s name: Eliopoulos, J. Topic: Pakistan Earthquake 2005 On October 8, 2005 the history of Pakistan turned a new page when a massive earthquake hit the northern part of the country. It was said to be the most powerful quake in the...
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  • Earthquake
    · the cons for legalizing marijuana · essay on ''earth quake'' ... www.eduessays.com/Free-Essays-Online333.php - 112k - Cached - Similar pages Advogatoit's exactly one year since the earthquake hit pakistan and afghanistan, killing 79000 ... Welcome to Advogato, the free software developer's...
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  • Earth Quake
    powerful 7.1 magnitude quake that hit the same area on Sept. 4th of 2010 and caused and estimated $3 billion in damage. 10.) Kashmir Quake, POK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) in 2005  A already dispute state of India and Pakistan was stunned and left to mourn over the deaths of their children on 8th...
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  • Geography Essay Earthquakes
    1. Increased crustal loading e.g. reservoirs (lake Mead/Hoover Dam) 2. Underground disposal of liquid waste (lubricates dormant faults) 3. Underground nuclear testing 2005 Kashmir earthquake The Kashmir earthquake (also known as the Northern Pakistan earthquake or South Asia...
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  • Factors Making Small Communities in Pakistan More Vulnerable to Disasters
    , political view might be setting institutions to deal with the event and social view might involve the effects on the society. Pakistan has been at risk to many natural and manmade disasters in the past. History states various events when cyclones, flooding, drought, landslides and earth quakes have...
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  • earthquakes in GCC countries
    tsunami that reached as far as Pakistan and India. Tsunami Hawaii-Based researcher George Pararas studied the Makran quake and tsunami,which caused 13metre waves of the Markan coast and 11 metre waves on the Gujrat India Coast killing 4000 people off the Makran coast. Fowler concluded by saying...
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  • Natue and Scope of Demography
    Earthquake Disaster in Pakistan: It was a bright morning of 8th October, 2005. People were busy in their routine jobs. Housewives were doing their domestic duties. Men had gone to their offices and children to schools. All was normal. Nobody had any idea of what was going to happen in the next...
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  • Facing the Eventualities of Earthquakes with Proper Co-Ordination and Management of Efforts
    can we remain as mute spectators to the wreckage and damage caused by such disasters and watch lakhs of precious lives being wiped out from the face of the earth? Is there scope and possibility of averting or minimizing the losses during such tragedies? It is imperative to enlighten the people and...
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  • Rafia Rafique
    France (Pakistan Mission). Conducted psychological assessment and counseling sessions for earth quake victims in Distt. Bagh, Azad Kashmir from April 19th -22nd April 2007 for Psychosocial Program, People in Need. Training in counseling assessment for community health workers and counselors of...
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  • Tsunami Philosophy Review
    , Tangshan, China: est 655,000 killed, 7.5 12 Jan 2010, Haiti: 222,570 killed, 7.0 8 Oct 2005, Pakistan: 80,361 killed, 7.6 31 May 1970 Chimbote, Peru: 70,000 killed, 7.9 Source: USGS * History of deadly earthquakes * How to measure earthquakes * Animated guide: Earthquakes...
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  • Earth Quark
    uplifting a coral reef about 3-4 meters. The deadliest quake of 2005 was Oct 8 in northern Pakistan with more than 86,000 fatalities. Here is a link to a summary page about this quake. You should probably come back to this page and follow these links after working through this module. The best summary...
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  • Pakistan and Turkey Relationship
    ? which agency is responsible for delivery? Implementing agencies should start building the necessary response capacity. These steps would help the international humanitarian community to respond better and faster to the next emergency. Role of Turkey in 2005 earth quake...
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  • Environmental Impact Assessment Report
    designing the building plans, their submission to CDA and obtaining approval of the CDA . The Federal Govt has recently (2007) updated seismic provision of building code of Pakistan 1986 in the light of severity of October 2005 earth quake that devastated most parts of AJK and Pakistan. Chapter 3...
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  • Financial Reprt Analysis
    year due to earth-quake in Pakistan ( Oct. 08,2005). If we see the sales of business during 2005-2006 it increases by 52.80 % during these years. So as there demand and supply increased due to which increase in inventory was a definite factor. • Stock in Trade Increased During 2005-06 company...
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  • National Disaster Responce Plan 2010
    also in no exception. Previously Pakistan was in reactive mood as indicated by the calamity Act 0f 1958. But with destructive and demolishing earthquake 0f 2005, Pakistan felt the importance of prevention and mitigation and soon after the earth quake October 08, 2005 the National Disaster Management...
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  • The End of Decade
    with its dawn. An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude causing massive waves in the Pacific and Indian Ocean swept away thousands of people, snatched the shelters of millions and devastated no less than a 50 destinations. In a matter of a mere half a minute, 2.3 million laid dead  Pakistan Earth Quake 2005...
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  • Stones Into Schools
    , because it is one of the most desolate places on earth. This story, just like in the book Three Cups of Tea begins with a promise, only this time it is a promise to a horsemen from the Wakhan Corridor, whom rode all the way into Pakistan just to secure the promise for a school in the remote pocket...
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  • Good Governance and Role of Public Servant
    bureaucratic history of Pakistan. In contrary to this,civil servants had played positive role during rescue, relief and rehabilitation phases of October 2005 earth quake and summer flash floods of 2010 respectively. Public servant is literate elite and permanent pillar of state for managing public...
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  • Natural Disaster
    Index Introduction ……………………………………………………………....3 Earth quakes ……………………………………………..……………….3 Volcanic eruptions………………………………………………………...3 Floods………………………………………………………………..…….4 Limnic eruptions…………………………………………………………4 Tsunamis……………………………………………………………….…5 Blizzards …………………………………………………………………5...
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  • Earth Quake
    distance and can be used to image both sources of quakes and structures within the Earth. Also the depth of the hypocenter can be computed roughly. In solid rock P-waves travel at about 6 to 7 km per second; the velocity increases within the deep mantle to ~13 km/s. The velocity of S-waves ranges from 2...
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