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conservative A conservative plate margin is a tectonic plate margin where two plates slide past each other.
constructive A constructive plate margin is a tectonic plate margin where plates move apart and magma rises up to fill the gap.
destructive A destructive plate margin is a tectonic plate margin where two plates are coming together and the oceanic plate sinks beneath another plate.
earthquake An earthquake is a sudden shaking of the ground caused by the passage of seismic waves through the earth.
hazard A hazard is a threat from an event which will have a negative effect on humans.
immediate Immediate responses are the reactions of people as a natural disaster is happening and immediately afterwards.
margin A plate margin is the boundary between two tectonic plates.
planning Planning is the action taken to ensure that communities are able to respond to and recover from natural disasters.
plate A tectonic plate is a rigid section of the earth's crust which floats upon the heavier semi molten rock below.
prediction Prediction is the attempt to forecast the location and time of a natural hazard based on current knowledge.
primary Primary effects are the initial effects of a natural event on people and their property.
protection The measures taken to reduce the impact of a hazard before it strikes are called protection.
response Long-term responses are the reactions in the weeks, months and years after a natural disaster.
secondary Secondary effects are indirect impacts of a natural event. For instance, power outages due to fallen trees.
tectonic A tectonic plate is a rigid section of the earth's crust which floats on the heavier semi molten rock below.
volcano A volcano is an opening in the earth s crust from which lava, ash and gases erupts.

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