الثلاثاء، 23 مايو، 2017

تعبير عن ظاهرة طبيعية بالانجليزي

تعبير عن ظاهرة طبيعية بالانجليزي
تقرير انجليزي عن الكوارث الطبيعية  برزنتيشن

طلب بحث عن الكوارث الطبيعية لمادة انجليزي
بحث بالانجليزية عن الكوارث الطبيعية - الزلازل
بحث حول الزلازل باللغة الانجليزية
تعبير عن ظاهرة طبيعية بالانجليزي
برجراف عن الكوارث الطبيعية باللغة الانجليزية
برجراف عن natural disaster
انواع الكوارث الطبيعية بالانجليزي
موضوع عن الزلازل بالانجليزي قصير
مقدمة عن الكوارث الطبيعية
بحث عن natural disasters
paragraph about natural disasters
برجراف عن الفيضانات بالانجليزي

Natural disasters or man-made disasters caused economic losses equivalent to $ 350 billion in 2011 (€ 270 billion), a record amount, according to a study released on Thursday (December 15th) by Swiss Re reinsurer. Bill that the insurers will have to pay after disasters is $ 108 billion, compared with $ 48 billion for 2010, adds Swiss Re, which specifies that this is a preliminary estimate. In 2010, disasters had caused less damage, with only USD 226 billion.

The earthquake in Japan in 2011 was the main disaster of the year, according to Swiss Re. Over the first eleven months of 2011, some 30,000 people lost their lives due to disasters, and the majority Among them in Japan. According to Kurt Karl, chief economist at Swiss Re, "2011 will be remembered as a new year marked by tragic earthquakes, with costly consequences." "Unfortunately, earthquake insurance coverage Are still very low, even in some industrialized countries with major seismic risks like Japan, "he added.
With an invoice of USD 108 billion for insurers, 2011 will remain the second most costly year for the profession after 2005. That year was marked by numerous hurricanes, such as Katrina, Wilma or Rita, which had caused them Only a $ 100 billion charge for insurers. In total, for the year 2005 the profession had disbursed 123 billion dollars.
In 2011, in addition to the earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand, severe flooding in Thailand and Australia has increased the cost, as have two hurricanes in the United States. The insured losses due to earthquakes in 2011 reached a record $ 47 billion for the profession, $ 35 billion for Japan and $ 12 billion for New Zealand.
These insured losses, however, represent only a fraction of the economic losses due to these two catastrophes, estimated at $ 210 billion. The three most costly disasters for the insurance sector were the tsunami in Japan ($ 35 billion, March 11), the earthquake in New Zealand ($ 12 billion, February 22) and the floods In Thailand (between $ 8 billion and $ 11 billion).
 For further :
The biggest natural disasters
 In the current context of the earthquake in Haiti, this week we will focus on the biggest natural disasters in history.
Tsunami of 26 December 2004:
It is now five years since one of the biggest natural disasters in history has moved the whole world. Everyone remembers these terrible images of the ocean taking hold of the land, homes, hotels and especially the locals.
On 26 December 2004, an enormous 9.2 earthquake on the Richter scale took place off Sumatra. This is one of the strongest earthquakes recorded to date. The earthquake caused a tsunami that struck Indonesia, the Nicobar Islands, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and Phuket Island. Burma, Malaysia, Maldives, Seychelles, Mauritius, Rodrigue Island, Singapore, Bangladesh, Reunion Island, Somalia, Tanzania, Kenya, Madagascar, Yemen, South Africa are also affected.
The wave that sometimes reached 30 meters in some areas caused immense material losses and killed or killed almost 230,000 people. A momentum of global generosity was immediately triggered as well as an unprecedented humanitarian aid operation.
In addition, about 40 earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 6 followed the initial earthquake in the following months. A nuclear power plant was closed following its flood. On the other hand, there were no major epidemics due to stagnant water, and a peace agreement was signed between Aceh (province of Indonesia) and the rest of Indonesia.
As a result of this disaster, the tsunami warning was improved, since the end of 2004 could have been much better anticipated, and the number of victims could have been avoided. In addition, the donations allowed reconstruction and the tourists returned. The spirits remain nevertheless marked for life.
Cyclone Nargis
Cyclone Nargis is a cyclone that struck Burma on May 2, 2008, officially causing more than 138,000 deaths and disappearances, making it the most serious natural disaster in the country.

With winds ranging from 190 to 240 km / h, a storm surge of more than three meters and torrential rains, it has caused enormous damage in the Gulf of Martaban region. Nargis passed just north of Rangoon, the economic capital, while its winds were still blowing at 130 km / h

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