The March 11, 2011, Tohoku earthquake (M 9.0) caused devastating tsunami disaster within the Pacific coast of East Japan, including 18,500 casualties and accident of Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station. Earthquake tsunamis are due to seafloor deformation because of faulting, and its own propagation speed is actually controlled by water depth. The tsunami generation and propagation could be simulated by computer plus the arrival times and water heights on coasts could be predicted if the original condition and ocean depth topography are known. The 2011 tsunami was initially detected by offshore tsunami gauges, before it arrived over the Sanriku coast in about 30 min following the earthquake having a maximum height of nearly 40 m, then inundated Sendai plain using a maximum distance of nearly 5 km from coast. The tsunami warning was issued 3 min following the earthquake, which saved many lives, but several issues were identified to improve the tsunami warning system. Similar tsunami disasters occurred before, however the experience had not been fully useful to decrease the 2011 disaster. To mitigate future tsunami disaster, coastal infrastructures such as for example seawalls or breakwaters and soft countermeasures such as for example tsunami hazard maps or education and awareness are increasingly being developed.
Teks Tsunami B Inggris
Teks Tsunami B Inggris
Rocky Mountain States Lesson – That is part 5 of any 9 part hands-on unit study within the U.S. States & Regions. Cook & eat Cowboy Stew, paint a mountain landscape scene, compete in a very rodeo round-up, hold salt flat races, and much more! Pacific Coast States Lesson – That is part 6 of the 9 part hands-on unit study for the 50 States. Bake & eat Washington Apple Pie, create “Starbucks” coffee grounds play-dough, patch together “fossils” excavated from “La Brea Tar Pits,” make “Salmon” fish prints, build and try marshmallow structures for earthquakes, and much more! Alaska and Hawaii Lesson – That is part 7 of the 9 part hands-on unit study within the U.S. States & Regions. Construct sugar cube igloos, host a luau filled with grass skirts and hula dancing, carve soap scrimshaw, dramatize the Iditarod, sample regional foods, and much more! Southwest States Lesson – That is part 8 of the 9 part hands-on unit study for the Fifty States. Celebrate a fiesta, compete within an Oklahoma Land Run, play Texas rodeo games, develop a Sonora desert diorama, and much more!
Tsunami United States Review
Tsunami United States Review
Visiting Southern States – That is part 9 of the 9 part hands-on unit study within the U.S. States & Regions. Race within the Kentucky Derby, make and eat Key Lime Pie & homemade peanut butter, celebrate Mardi Gras, create a swamp diorama, dance Zydego, and much more! 50 States Projects – This is actually the end of the machine project carrying out a 9 part hands-on unit study within the 50 States. Perform play concerning the fifty states while enjoying a dinner that has regional foods from over the USA. Also included are regional recipe links and field trips we attended while studying this unit. Best Resources on Teaching the 50 States – Included are links to the best resources (books, videos, lapbook pages, etc.) for every individual state along with the best resources for teaching all 50 US States. North Africa Lesson – That is part 1 of any 4 part hands-on unit study on Africa. This week’s focus is North Africa.
East and South Africa Lesson – That is part 4 of your 4 part hands-on unit study on Africa.
Dramatize the mummification process, carve clay cartouches, eat a Tuareg-style meal, make Moroccan Khobz, hold a Moroccan Berber fantasia and much more! Western Africa Lesson – That is part 2 of any 4 part hands-on unit study on Africa. Act out an Ashanti tale, dramatize the historic gold and salt trades centered in Ghana, mold Ashanti gold weights beyond clay, try to carry baskets and babies inside the Ghanaian fashion, and much more! West and Central Africa Lesson – That is part 3 of any 4 part hands-on unit study on Africa. Make watercolor paintings of this animals of this Congo, taste Nigerian chin chin, fufu, and Ground Nut Soup, make Nigerian-style tie-dye shirts, hunt such as a Pygmy and act out the Pygmy Honey Dance, and much more! East and South Africa Lesson – That is part 4 of your 4 part hands-on unit study on Africa. Enjoy an Ethiopian-style feast, create Zulu shields, make Masai necklaces and attempt Masai-style spear throwing, and much more!
Africa Unit Presentations and Field Trip Ideas – With the culminating activity for the 4 part hands-on unit on Africa, make African dishes and present on celebrities highly relevant to Africa. Also included is where we went for field trips in this unit. Russian Geography and Early Russian History Lesson – That is part 1 within an 8 part unit study on Russia. Paint a Russian Orthodox triptych, taste caviar, play the Russian Temperate Zone Game, read classic Baba Yaga tales, and much more while studying Russian geography and early Russian history. Also included are well known books, YouTube videos, lapbook and activity links, along with other resources we used while studying Russian geography and early Russian history. Russian Czars Lesson – That is part 2 within an 8 part unit study on Russia. Construct a style of the Red Square, attempting Cossack-style dancing, decorate eggs like Carl Faberge, read classic Czar tales, and much more while studying Russian Czars. Also included are well known books, YouTube videos, lapbook and activity links, along with other resources we used while studying Russian Czars.