hydro-meteorological hazards vs tectonic hazards impacts (Differences - ,…
hydro-meteorological hazards vs tectonic hazards impacts
eventually benefit an area > creation of fertile soil.
Volcanic eruptions (and some floods) can
for many years > example of Plymouth after the
Volcanic eruptions may make the land unusable
combined impacts are greater.
Storms and typhoons tend to be more frequent >
infrastructure) than the other types of hazards.
destruction (particularly of buildings and
Droughts are likely to cause less physical
the hazard or the effects of the hazard event.
Both can cause migration out of the area to escape
scale, magnitude and type of hazard event.
The impacts of both will vary according to the
Both can be economically costly.
infrastructure and landscapes.
Both can cause significant destruction of buildings,
Both can cause death and affect large numbers of