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Caring for Pregnant Women During Disasters and Evacuations

Caring for Pregnant Women During Disasters and Evacuations

Caring for Pregnant Women During Disasters and Evacuations. LCDR John Heusinkveld Chief, OBGYN Northern Navajo Medical Center. Introduction. About 2% of women, or 1% of the population as a whole, is pregnant at any given time

By RexAlvis
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Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Earthquakes and Tsunamis. Crust Deformation. Deformation is the bending, tilting, and breaking of the earth’s crust. Plate tectonics is the major cause of crustal deformation. Stress is a force that causes pressure in the rocks of the crust.

By libitha
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8.1 – What is an Earthquake?

8.1 – What is an Earthquake?

8.1 – What is an Earthquake?. Do Now. What is the difference between the focus and the epicenter of an earthquake?. Do Now. What is the difference between the focus and the epicenter of an earthquake?

By Audrey
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Introducing Volcanoes

Introducing Volcanoes

Introducing Volcanoes. With a bit of revision first. Structure of the Earth. The Earth is made up of 3 main layers: Core Mantle Crust. Mantle. Outer core. Inner core. Crust. Plate Tectonics. The Earth’s crust is divided into 12 major plates which are moved in various directions.

By ellery
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NOTABLE EVENTS AND DISASTERS OF 2014 HIGHLIGHTS OF EARTHQUAKES

NOTABLE EVENTS AND DISASTERS OF 2014 HIGHLIGHTS OF EARTHQUAKES

NOTABLE EVENTS AND DISASTERS OF 2014 HIGHLIGHTS OF EARTHQUAKES. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, Vienna, Virginia, USA .

By janette
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Standard 8-3.8

Standard 8-3.8

Standard 8-3.8. EARTHQUAKES. Assessing Prior Knowledge and Relativity. What have you heard about earthquakes lately? Why should we study earthquakes ?. Falcon Focus. 8-1.1 The standard metric unit of length used in a science lab is… a. Celsius b. Gram c. Liter d. Meter.

By hosea
(231 views)

Fatigue Problems in Civil and Aerospace Structures

Fatigue Problems in Civil and Aerospace Structures

Fatigue Problems in Civil and Aerospace Structures. Dr. Ribelito F. Torregosa , CIT-U BSCE ‘91. Research Scientist - Aerospace Division Defence Science and Technology Group. Cebu Institute of Technology – University Alumni Association (CIT-UAA) Lecture Series Program. UNCLASSIFIED.

By mabli
(280 views)

Tectonics, Earthquakes and Tsunamis: Japan 2011

Tectonics, Earthquakes and Tsunamis: Japan 2011

Tectonics, Earthquakes and Tsunamis: Japan 2011. Andy.Bach@wwu.edu. Crust 43 miles or 70 km thick Sial = silica and aluminum – light Sima = silica and magnesium – heavy Isostasy = sial crust float atop sima mantle. Fig. 8.2. sima. sial. p = density g/cm 3. sima. Continental drift

By ramona
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Intro to geology Plate tectonics Minerals Rocks Igneous rocks Volcanism Weathering & erosion

Intro to geology Plate tectonics Minerals Rocks Igneous rocks Volcanism Weathering & erosion

Intro to geology Plate tectonics Minerals Rocks Igneous rocks Volcanism Weathering & erosion Sediments and Sedimentary rocks Metamorphic rocks Rock record and Geologic time Rock deformation 19. Earthquakes 20. Evolution of continents 21. Exploring Earth’s Interior

By dillian
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Submitted to: Dr. M.K. Shrimali Dr. S.D. Bharti Structure Engineering Department MNIT, Jaipur.

Submitted to: Dr. M.K. Shrimali Dr. S.D. Bharti Structure Engineering Department MNIT, Jaipur.

A SEMINAR REPORT ON Recent Earthquakes in Indian Subcontinent. Submitted by: Anurag Sharma Student Mtech Structural Engineering MNIT, Jaipur. Submitted to: Dr. M.K. Shrimali Dr. S.D. Bharti Structure Engineering Department MNIT, Jaipur. AFTER THE BHUJ EARTHQUAKE.

By zofia
(402 views)

Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Earthquake Basics. Earthquake – shaking of Earth’s crust caused by the sudden release of energy Energy build over time until stresses break the rocks Happen ~ every 30 seconds ~3,000 annually strong enough to move sections of Earth’s crust ~20 annually cause severe damage

By chelsea
(320 views)

Earthquakes Around the World

Earthquakes Around the World

Earthquakes Around the World. U.S. Geological Survey. Walter D. Mooney Senior Research Geophysicist USGS, Menlo Park, CA. Seismicity of the World. Plate Tectonic Theory. Global Seismic Hazard Map. Importance of Engineering. Saving Lives through Better Standards.

By etta
(164 views)

How Natural Disasters Impact the Environment

How Natural Disasters Impact the Environment

How Natural Disasters Impact the Environment. Can you name some natural disasters?. Earthquakes Hurricanes Lightning Fire Tsunami Tornados Volcanoes Blizzards Floods Heat Drought. Earthquake.

By deion
(275 views)

Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. CERT Basic Training Hazards. An Earthquake is…. A sudden slipping or movement of a portion of the Earth’s crust Caused by a sudden release of stresses Usually less than 25 miles below the surface. Earthquake Damage. Collapsed buildings

By fraley
(176 views)

The Big Wave and Test Review

The Big Wave and Test Review

The Big Wave and Test Review. Some other things to know about:. TSUNAMI: A tsunami is a series of gigantic waves. When there is an Earthquake in the ocean, the shaking causes a ripple (like shaking A glass of water). The ripples are waves that travel miles until they

By nieve
(103 views)

School Emergency Plan

School Emergency Plan

School Emergency Plan. Plan, Train, Implement. School Emergency Plan Comprehensive single plan. Addresses: Fire Earthquake Chemical Release Severe Weather Evacuation Bomb Threats And more. School Emergency Plan Pre-planning checklists. Includes checklists for principal, staff, etc.

By george
(856 views)

Bayesian networks

Bayesian networks

Bayesian networks. Chapter 14 Section 1 – 2. Outline. Syntax Semantics. Bayesian networks. A simple, graphical notation for conditional independence assertions and hence for compact specification of full joint distributions Syntax: a set of nodes, one per variable

By colman
(172 views)

“Earthquake Preparedness Initiatives for School Safety in Major Cities of Bangladesh”

“Earthquake Preparedness Initiatives for School Safety in Major Cities of Bangladesh”

“Earthquake Preparedness Initiatives for School Safety in Major Cities of Bangladesh”. Dr. A. S. M. Maksud Kamal National Expert, Earthquake and Tsunami Preparedness Component, Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP), Ministry of Food and Disaster Management &

By kenton
(208 views)

Module: Seismicity and seismic risk (for civil engineers ) Mário Lopes

Module: Seismicity and seismic risk (for civil engineers ) Mário Lopes

Module: Seismicity and seismic risk (for civil engineers ) Mário Lopes ( mlopes@civil.ist.utl.pt ) Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Arquitectura e Geo-Recursos do Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa Bolonha, 3-6 March 2014. 2.2 – Global impact of earthquakes

By senwe
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Orogeny or Mountain Formation

Orogeny or Mountain Formation

Orogeny or Mountain Formation. Jackson Hole – Grand Tetons. Forming The Grand Tetons. Tension Fracture – initial formation. Erosion Processes – close-up. Further uplift and erosion. Teton Front. “Jackson Hole”. Grand Tetons, Wy. Escarpment – Snake River, Wy, Near Grand Tetons.

By jon
(233 views)

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