LEDC EARTHQUAKE CASE STUDY HAITI 2010
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: If you’ve found the resources on this page useful please consider making a secure donation via PayPal to support the development of the site. Where are deserts located? Please Support Internet Geography If you’ve found the resources on this site useful please consider making a secure donation via PayPal to support the development of the site. The fault line is a strike slip fault, the Caribbean Plate south of the fault line was sliding east and the smaller Gonvave Platelet north of the fault was sliding west. The earthquake occurred on January 12 th , the epicentre was centred just 10 miles southwest of the capital city, Port au Prince and the quake was shallow—only about kilometres below the land’s surface.
Delays in aid distribution led to angry appeals from aid workers and survivors, and looting and sporadic violence were observed.
There was much confusion over who was in charge, air traffic congestion, and problems with prioritisation of flights further complicated early relief work. Click here for larger version. Haiti is part of a large Caribbean island called Hispaniola.
Because there were few earthquake-resistant buildingsthe devastation was massive. Haiti is a very poor country without the money and resources to redevelop. Both plates move in the same direction, but one moves faster than the other.
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Secondary result earthqyake primary effects. They also estimated thatresidences and 30, commercial buildings had collapsed or were severely damaged. On 12 Januarya magnitude 7 earthquake hit Haiti at Airport and port damaged. The event stdy 7. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The port was destroyed Sea levels in local areas changed, with some parts of the land sinking below the sea The roads were littered with cracks and fault lines.
Haiti Earthquake Case Study
Lack of immediate aid through poor planning, management and access meant that people earthquwke to try and rescue each other. Many of the effects were immediate or primaryeg injuries from falling buildings.
Many countries responded to appeals for aid, pledging funds and dispatching rescue and medical teams, engineers and support personnel. Ccase focus of the earthquake was 13km 8.
A map to show the location of the epicentre of the earthquake.
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It is estimated the 1 in 5 jobs were lost as a result of the quake Rubble from collapsed buildings blocked roads and rail links. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
20100 flood case study. Haiti lies right on the boundary of the Caribbean and North American plates. Some secondary effects didn’t led until many months later, eg cholera outbreaks. The earthquake’s epicentre was 25 km west of Port-au-Prince, the capital.
The Dominican Republic is located to the east of Haiti and covers over half of the island. Pressure builds between the two plates until it is released as an earthquake.
Economic impacts of the earthquake effects on money and jobs 30, commercial buildings collapsed. Most people, businesses and services were located in the capital.
Earthquake case-study (Haiti-LEDc) 2010
Please Support Internet Geography If you’ve found the resources on this site useful please consider making a secure donation via PayPal to support the development of the site. The earthquake was caused by the North American Plate sliding past the Caribbean Plate at a conservative plate margin. Primary and secondary effects of the Haiti earthquake.
Evaluate the possible reasons for the ztudy effort to Haiti being so slow.