Please see the below the questions below that I would like to have individually answered. This assignment must consist of 1200+ words with 3 Scholarly Sources, the below reference must be used as one source. Please put the question number by the answer so that I know what answer goes with each question. **NO PLAGIARISM WHATSOEVER**
Mount St. Helens Eruption; Deadly Processes; Giant Calderas & Warnings. Case: Mount Shasta, California
1. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
2. 1. Draw a plate-tectonic map and explain the origin of the Cascade Range volcanoes.
2. In the past 4,000 years, how often has Mount Shasta erupted? (Figure 7.7)
3. Despite the certainty that Mount Shasta will explosively erupt again, the growth and development of towns at the base of the volcano rapidly continues. What can be done about this situation?
Waves in Water; Tsunami Causes; Coastal Processes. The 2011 Tsunami in Japan.
4. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
5. 1. What caused the tsunami? (also see p. 86 & figure 8.11d). Describe what moved and how much.
2. What does the historic record of tsunami in this area tell us? How far back in time is a historic record useful?
6. Before the event, what did the Japanese do well to prepare for tsunami? After the event, what other preparations do you wish they had done?
Solar Energy & Water; The Atmosphere; Weather Hot & Cold. The 1995 Chicago heat wave.
7. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
8. 1. On average, which weather event kills the most people in the United States each year?
2. Why can cities become so hot? Which is more important — the maximum daytime temperature or the minimum nighttime temperature? Which city dwellers have been most affected by heat waves in a city?
9. When a heat wave is forecast for your city, how can you locate and notify the people who will be most affected? What can be done to help them through the heat wave?
Textbook and Reference is attached below:
Abbott, P. L. (2014). Natural disasters (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.