2004 Indian Ocean earthquake Essay | Tsunami

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Tsunami

Summary: Discusses the 2004 tsunami in southern Asia. Describes the devestation of the storm and considers possible causes.
On the day after Christmas, the year 2004, a tsunami had hit the southern Asia. This tsunami killed over two hundred thousands of people, marking itself the most destructive Tsunami ever caused: The waves devastated everything in its path and drowned every innocent living things with it. The tsunami was caused by the underwater-earthquake, which sank an underwater area greater than the Greater Vancouver. Therefore the immense amount of water rushed in to fill the hole, and this whole unbalance of sea level caused the massive waves of destruction. Nothing could have lessened this nature's wrath. No more lives could have been saved for the tsunami itself was deadly and destructive on the poor countries in South Asia, and their government not working efficiently in this turbulence caused more hindrances.

The Tsunami itself was too deadly. It had a magnitude of 9. Its power was ten times more destructive than the...

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