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HAZARDS

•IS ANY POTENTIAL SOURCE OF DAMAGE, HARM, OR


ADVERSE ILL EFFECTS TO HEALTH, PROPERTY, LIVELIHOOD,
SERVICES, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC WELL-BEING, OR TO
THE ENVIRONMENT.
•THIS SOURCE CAN BE A CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL,
MECHANICAL, BIOLOGICAL, OR SOCIAL WHICH, IF NOT
AVOIDED OR MANAGED, CAN BE POTENTIALLY INJURIOUS
NATURAL HAZARDS
•HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL
•GEOLOGICAL
•BIOLOGICAL
•ASTRONOMICAL
HYDROMETEROLOGICAL HAZARDS
•THESE HAZARDS ARE DUE TO ATMOSPHERIC
DISTURBANCES, THE DYNAMICS OF THE OCEAN, AND TH
CONSEQUENT CLIMATIC CHANGES THAT RESULT FROM
THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE ATMOSPHERE AND
OCEAN.
GEOLOGICAL HAZARDS
•ARE NATURALLY OCCURRING PROCESSES DUE TO
THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF
ROCKS AND THE OVERALL DYNAMICS OF EARTH
THAT CAN BE SEVERELY DAMAGE LIFE, PROPERTY
AND ENVIRONMENT.
NATURAL HAZARDS
Hydrometeorological Geological Biological Astronomical

Atmospheric Earthquake Female Anopheles Meteor impact on


disturbances Genus Earth
(mosquitoes)
Floods Volcanic Aedes Aegypti Solar Storms
Eruptions
Storms surges Tsunamis Locust Gamma Ray burst
Landslides Sinkholes Stray dogs, cats,
etc
Forest fires Landslides with Exploding stars
tectonic origin
Global warming
Extreme climatic
RISK OF EXPOSURE OF 5 ASEAN COUNTRIES
COUNTRY AVE. NO. OF TYPHOONS A COASTLINE IN KM. NUMBER OF VOLCANOES
YEAR
Phillipines 20 36,289 50
Malaysia 1 4, 675 1
Thailand 8 3,219 2
Vietnam 10 3,260 7
Indonesia 28 54,716 150
BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

•MOSQUITOES
•LOCUST
•STRAY DOGS AND CATS