Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia
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Sudden geological changes or extreme weather conditions can affect Earth’s surface (ACSSU096)
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The Australian Curriculum v7.3 Science Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum

"Earth and space sciences - investigating major geological events such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis in Australia, the Asia region and throughout the world"

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UNEP - Regional Office for Asia Pacific - Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters

UNEP - Regional Office for Asia Pacific - Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it
Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters
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HowStuffWorks "Wave Structure"

HowStuffWorks "Wave Structure" | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it
Tsunamis are water walls that travel faster than jets. See pictures, footage and diagrams of tsunamis, look at famous tsunamis and learn how tsunamis are born.
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The Science of Tsunamis: Tsunami Speed : Video : Discovery Channel

The Science of Tsunamis: Tsunami Speed : Video : Discovery Channel | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it
Learn about the traveling speed of a tsunami.
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A short animation and then two videos provide background on the science of tsunamis.

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Why Japan is prone to earthquakes - Asia-Pacific - Al Jazeera English

Why Japan is prone to earthquakes - Asia-Pacific - Al Jazeera English | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it
Al Jazeera's senior meteorologist gives insights on why earthquakes and tsunamis hit island nation.
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Background in video and text, from Al Jazeera.
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Home | Asia Education Foundation

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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines.
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A river that gives and takes

A river that gives and takes | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it

On the floodplains of Bangladesh, farmers know a thing or two about change. Soil and nutrients delivered by mighty floods.

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Asia's Monsoon - Photo Essays

Asia's Monsoon - Photo Essays | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it

"Images of some of the worst floods in memory strike parts of India, Bangladesh and Nepal, killing hundreds and displacing millions."

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Japan tsunami survivor: 'The city will come back but the people's hearts won't recover'

Thousands are still displaced in the town of Rikuzentakata.
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Video telling the story of Rikuzentakata, Japan two years after the tsunami and the choices people have made.

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Killer earthquakes shake scientific thought

Killer earthquakes shake scientific thought | Year 6 Science - Natural Disasters Across Asia | Scoop.it
A sudden cluster of massive earthquakes which has shaken Asia-Pacific communities and likely left thousands dead has also jolted some scientists, who are starting to question conventional thought.
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Article from Phys.org, "a leading web-based science, research and technology news service" that highlights that scientists must reconsider what they think they know.

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