Haiti Earthquake 2010

Haiti Earthquake 2010 - Haiti Earthquake 2010 Activity and...

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Haiti Earthquake 2010 Activity and Project 1. The first activity you will do is Planning for and Surviving an Earthquake. 2. Go to this website: http://www.fema.gov/kids/ready.htm Explore this website and learn about what you need in a disaster and what you can do to prepare for a disaster. 3. Complete the worksheet: Surviving after an Earthquake Use a reputable source to determine how much water a person needs to survive for one day. 4. Conclusion: How many supplies are needed for 100 people for one week? 5. What types of things make it difficult to get the basic food, water, and shelter to people after a disaster? 6. Now you are going to determine whether our community is prepared for an emergency. Focus Question: How would your community cope in the event of a natural disaster? Who are the people most responsible for your community’s survival and recovery? All communities are subject to fire and flood. Others face such natural hazards as tornadoes, hurricanes or earthquakes. Any natural disaster can impact many people in the community, and
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course SCI GEO taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '10 term at Colorado.

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