Natural Hazards

What is a natural hazard?

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Natural events, such as volcanic eruptions or earthquakes that occur away from humans and properties are not considered natural hazards.

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Which of the following factors affect the risk from natural events such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and floods?

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All of these factors affect risk from natural events.

What is a tectonic hazard?

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Which of the following is an example of a tectonic hazard?

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What is a climatic hazard?

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Which hazard is caused by rising temperature?

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What type of hazard is a tsunami?

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Which of the following is not a factor that affects hazard risk?

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True or false? An increase in the frequency and magnitude of a natural hazard can affect hazard risk.

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Natural Hazards
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