2004 asian tsunami disaster
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Tsunami Questions What is a tsunami? A tsunami is a large ocean wave usually caused by an underwater earthquake or a volcanic explosion. Tsunamis are NOT tidal waves. Tidal waves are caused by the forces of the moon, sun, and planets upon the tides, as well as the wind as it moves over the water.
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South Asia: Earthquake and Tsunami - Dec 2004
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Tsunami wreaks havoc on Southeast Asia
Seawater splashes in the air as the the first tsunami waves hit Ao Nang, Krabi Province, Thailand, on December 26, David Rydevik Foreign tourists far out on the sand after the water receded react as the first of six tsunami waves started to roll towards Hat Rai Lay Beach, near Krabi in southern Thailand, on December 26, The photographer who took this picture escaped without injury, but retreated at the first wave and watched as a second wave tore apart the wooden buildings, with a third and largest wave coming forward and "ripping apart the cement buildings like they were made of balsa wood".
Phuket Prior to the tsunami of 26th December , there have been no major natural disasters in Thailand for generations. Phuket has received intense media coverage, but in reality, due to the geophysical topology of the island and its bays, it was relatively unscathed. The Andaman coastline eco-resort of KhaoLak, some km north of Phuket on the mainland, sadly suffered far more damage. Phuket, with its good infrastructure and numerous worldclass hospitals, became a regional centre for the disaster together with Takuapa north of Khaolak. Accordingly Phuket became a media focus, but the distinction between the damage to the island itself and its responsibilities as a tsunami help centre quite honestly became totally blurred.