Opportunities and Risks (第六版) - HKDSE Geography Compulsory Part 1 Opportunities and Risks Is it rational to live in hazard-prone areas HKDSE

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HKDSE Geography Compulsory Part 1 Opportunities and Risks: Is it rational to live in hazard-prone areas?
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HKDSE Geography CP 1 Opportunities and Risks 6 th Edition HKDSE Geography | Compulsory Part 1 | Opportunities and Risks | KCLAU 2 目錄 CONTENTS 1. Tectonic Hazards and Their Spatial Distribution 3 1.1 Definition and Types of Natural Hazards 1.2 Spatial Distribution of Tectonic Hazards 2. Plate Tectonics and Endogenetic Processes 7 2.1 Internal Structure of the Earth 2.2 Types of Plate Boundaries and Different Landform Features 2.3 Endogenetic Processes Associated with Plate Boundaries 3. Tectonic Hazards and Their Impacts 56 3.1 Different Types of Tectonic Hazards 3.2 Tectonic Hazards on Plate Boundaries 3.3 Tectonic Hazards Far Away from Plate Boundaries 3.4 Impacts Caused by Different Tectonic Hazards 3.5 Adoption and Limitations of Technology 4. Opportunities and Risks in Hazard-Prone Areas 87 4.1 Differences in Handling Issues of Tectonic Hazards between MDCs and LDCs 4.2 Should People Move Away from Hazard-Prone Areas? 4.3 Reasons of People Living in Hazard-Prone Areas 4.4 What is the Rational Choice?
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HKDSE Geography CP 1 Opportunities and Risks 6 th Edition HKDSE Geography | Compulsory Part 1 | Opportunities and Risks | KCLAU 3 構造災害及其空間分佈 Tectonic Hazards and Their Spatial Distribution Quick Reference 1.1 Definition and Types of Natural Hazards 1.2 Spatial Distribution of Tectonic Hazards 1.1 Definition and Types of Natural Hazards Natural hazard refers to the abnormal phenomenon caused by the nature, leading to casualties and economic losses. Figure 1.1.1 Different Types of Natural Hazards 自然災害 natural hazard 構造災害 tectonic hazard 地質災害 geomorphic hazard 氣象災害 meteorological hazard 生物災害 biological hazard 泥石流 mudflow Natural Hazards Tectonic Hazards Earthquake Tsunami Volcanic Eruption Geomorphic Hazards Landslide Mudflow Avalanche Meteorological Hazards Flooding Drought Tropical Cyclone Tornado Biological Hazards Locust Disease
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HKDSE Geography CP 1 Opportunities and Risks 6 th Edition HKDSE Geography | Compulsory Part 1 | Opportunities and Risks | KCLAU 4 1.2 Spatial Distribution of Tectonic Hazards Owing to the internal activities of the Earth, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions may occur. Since these natural hazards are caused by the internal forces of the Earth, they are commonly named as tectonic hazards . 作答技巧 Answering Technique 結構式問題 Structured Question DEX#1.1 Figure 1.2.1 World Distribution of Tectonic Hazards Source: NOAA With reference to Figure 1.2.1, describe the major distribution of different tectonic hazards. (4 marks) 板塊邊界 plate boundary 地震 earthquake 海嘯 tsunami 火山爆發 volcanic eruption Plate Boundaries Earthquakes Tsunamis Volcanic Eruptions
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HKDSE Geography CP 1 Opportunities and Risks 6 th Edition HKDSE Geography | Compulsory Part 1 | Opportunities and Risks | KCLAU 5 Generally Speaking, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions mainly occur along three belts.
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  • Spring '17
  • Plate Tectonics, Pacific Plate, HKDSE Geography, Geography | Compulsory