1. Road and bridge damage
2. Human loss of life
3. Higher insurance premiums
4. General property damage
1. Physical damage - Structures such as buildings get damaged due to flood water. Landslides can also take place.
2. Water supplies- Contamination of water. Clean drinking water becomes a scarce.
3. Casualties- People and livestock die due to drowning. It can also lead to epidemics and diseases.
4. Crops and food supplies- Shortage of food crops can be caused due to loss of entire harvest
1. Loss of life and property
2. Ecosystem effect
3. The largest waves are caused by a very large landslide, such as a collapsing island, into a body of water
How to Help disaster victim
1.1 Collection blankets, shoes and clothing
1.2 Airlift food and medicines to the disaster site
1.4 Developing countries depend on foreign expertise
1.5 People are helpless in the face of natural disasters
1.6 Survivors feel lucky to be alive
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