Asked in Hurricanes Typhoons and Cyclones
Do hurricanes have a weather geologic or human cause?
Hurricanes have a cause rooted in weather. They can be influenced by geographic formations and there is some evidence that human induced climate change can influence them as well, but not cause them. ...
Asked in Technology
Which application of technology which enhances human ability to predict weather changes?
They use satellites, which orbit the earth's atmosphere and detect changes to weather patterns. ...
How do you prevent common human induced disasters?
There are several ways to prevent common human induced disasters. Regulation of certain industries is the most common way to prevent human induced disasters. ...
Asked in Climatology and Climate Changes
What does a climatologist mean?
Climatologists, those who practice climatology (study of the periodicity of weather events over years to millennia, as well as changes in long-term average weather patterns, in relation to atmospheric conditions) study both the nature of climates - local, regional or global - and the natural or human-induced factors that cause climates to change. Climatology considers the past and can help predict future climate change. ...
What is a human induced disasters?
A serious disruption of normal life triggered by a human induced hazard causing human,material,economic and environmantal losses, which exceed the ability of those affected to cope.eg:jaipur serial blast in 2008, the taj hotel terrorism in 2007 in mumbai. ...
Asked in Ecology and Bionomics
What is the meaning of political ecology?
Political Ecology is the Study of the politics of environmental changes that influence the changes in socioeconomic power relations of the people in a society which may be due to natural or human induced phenomena and development interventions. Sundar K Sharma firstname.lastname@example.org, Kathmandu University, Nepal ...
How do you measure the effect of human activity on an environment?
Human impact on the environment can be measured by looking at the changes in the number of species, soil or air quality, or weather patterns over a period of time in a particular place or habitat. ...