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Environmental Hazards & Disasters: Meaning of Environmental hazards. Environmental Disasters and Environmental stress. Concept of Environmental Hazards. Environmental stress & Environmental Disasters. Different approaches & relation with human Ecology – Landscape Approach – Ecosystem Approach – Perception approach – Human ecology &. its application in geographical researches
Types of Environmental hazards & Disasters: Natural hazards and Disasters – Man induced hazards 8; Disasters – Natural Hazards- Planetary Hazards/ Disasters – Extra Planetary Hazards! disasters – Planetary Hazards- Endogenous Hazards – Exogenous Hazards –
Endogenous Hazards – Volcanic Eruption – Earthquakes – Landslides – Volcanic Hazards/ Disasters – Causes and distribution of Volcanoes – Hazardous effects of volcanic eruptions – Environmental impacts of volcanic eruptions – Earthquake Hazards! disasters – Causes of Earthquakes – Distribution of earthquakes – Hazardous effects of – earthquakes – Earthquake Hazards in India – Human adjustment, perception & mitigation of earthquake.
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Exogenous hazards/ disasters – Infrequent events- Cumulative atmospheric Hazards/ disasters, Infrequent events: Cyclones – Lightning – Hailstorms,
Cyclones: Tropical cyclones & Local storms – Destruction by tropical cyclones & local storms (causes , distribution human adjustment, perception & mitigation), Cumulative atmospheric hazards! disasters Floods- Droughts- Cold waves- Heat waves
Foods:- Causes of floods- Flood hazards India- Flood control measures ( Human adjustment, perception & mitigation),
Droughts:- Impacts of droughts- Drought hazards in India Drought control measures- Extra Palnetary Hazards/ Disasters- Man induced Hazards/Disasters- Physical Hazards/ Disasters-Soil Erosion
Soil Erosion:— Mechanics &’forms of Soil Erosion- Factors & causes of Soil Erosion- Conservation measures of Soil Erosion, Chemical hazards
Disasters :— Release of toxic chemicals, nuclear explosion- Sedimentation processes, Sedimentation processes:- Global Sedimentation problems- Regional Sedimentation problems- Sedimentation & Environmental problems- Corrective measures of Erosion & Sedimentation, Biological hazards/ disasters:- Population Explosion.
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Emerging approaches in Disaster Management- Three Stages
1. Pre- disaster stage (preparedness)
2. Emergency Stage
3. Post Disaster stage-Rehabilitation
Natural Disaster Reduction & Management
a) Provision of Immediate relief measures to disaster affected people
b) Prediction of Hazards & Disasters
c) Measures of adjustment to natural hazards
Disaster Management- An integrated approach for disaster preparedness, mitigation & awareness.
Mitigation, Institutions and discuss the work of following Institution.
a. Meteorological observatory
b. Seismological observatory
c. Volcanology instituition
d. Hydrology Laboratory
e. Industrial Safety inspectorate
f. Institution of urban & regional planners
g. Chambers of Architects
h. Engineering Council
i. National Standards Committee
Integrated Planning- Contingency management Preparedness –
a) Education on disasters V
b) Community involvement
c) The adjustment of Human Population to Natural hazards &disasters Role of Media.
Monitoring Management- Discuss the programme of disaster research & mitigation of disaster of following organizations.
a) International Council for Scientific Unions (ICSU) Scientific committee on problems of the Environment (SCOPE), International Geosphere Biosphere programme (IGBP)
b) World federation of Engineering 0rganizations(WFED)
c) National Academy of Sciences
d) World Meteorological organizations(WMO)
e) Geographical Information System(GIS)
f) International Association of Seismology & Physics of Earth’s Interior (IASPEI)
g) Various U.N agencies like UNCRD, IDNDR, WHO, UNESCO, UNICEF,UNEP.
Unit -VIII – Disaster Management Pdf Notes – DM Notes Pdf
a ) A regional survey of Land Subsidence, Coastal Disaster, Cyclonic Disaster & Disaster in Hills with particular reference to India
b. Ecological planning for sustainability & sustainable development in India- Sustainable rural development: A Remedy to Disasters -Role of Panchayats in Disaster mitigations
c. Environmental policies & programmes in India- Institutions & National Centres for Natural Disaster reduction, Environmental Legislations in India, Awareness, Conservation Movement. Education & training
1.Disaster Mitigation: Experiences And Reﬂections by Pardeep Sahni
2.Natural Hazards & Disasters by Donald Hyndman & David Hyndman – Cengage Learning
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: What is environmental hazard?
A1: Continuous or cross sectional state of events that has a potential to bring harm or threaten the natural environment that adversely affect the health of people is know as environmental hazard. These can be classified as biological, Physical, Chemical, Mechanical and psychosomatic hazard.
Q2: What is a natural disaster?
A2: An adverse event resulting in loss of life/ property damage or even economic damage of the country. This can result from natural processes which may include floods, earthquakes or volcanic eruptions etc. The severity of the disaster depends on the people’s resilience or ability to overcome the trauma.