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Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

People's Power Ministry for Education and Sports

educational unit “Santísima Caridad ”

year and section : 9no “C”



Maireth Escalante

Caracas, 28 March of 2011




in recent years have caused severe natural phenomena to global disasters, the earthquake in Japan was the strongest quarter in historywith the 1952 Kamchatka, Russia (9.0 Richter) and above are. in post 3) Alaska, 1964 (9.2 º Richter), 2) Sumatra, Indonesia 2004 (9.3 º Richter), 1) Valdivia, 1960 (9.5 º Richter).

it is an earthquake?

An earthquake, earthquake or earthquake also called (from the Greek "σεισμός" tremor) or tierra1 tremor is a shaking of the ground produced by the collision of tectonic plates and the release ofenergy in the course of a sudden reorganization of materials Earth's crust to overcome the state of mechanical equilibrium. Most important and frequently occur when the stored elastic potential energy released in the gradual deformation of rocks adjacent to an active fault plane, but can also occur for other reasons, for example around volcanic processes or by collapse of karst cavities .which is a tsunami?

Tsunami1 is a Japanese word (tsu (津), 'port' or 'bay' and nami (波), 'wave', literally meaning "harbor wave") with respect to tsunami. Was first used by the mass media when the English-language correspondents issued their reports about the tsunami that just happened in Asia (December 25, 2004 in the Indian Ocean). The reason is that in English there is no word to describe thisphenomenon which Anglophones Tsunami adopted as part of their language, but, as discussed in the historical quotations about tsunamis occur later, the correct name in Spanish is not is tsunami.

that is nuclear energy?

Nuclear energy or nuclear energy is the energy that is released spontaneously or artificially in nuclear reactions. However, this term encompasses other meaning, the use of thatenergy for other purposes such as generating electricity, thermal and mechanical from nuclear reactions and their application, whether for peaceful or bélicos.1 So is common to refer to nuclear energy not only as the result of a reaction but as a broader concept that includes knowledge and techniques that allow the use of this energy by humans.


Adevastating earthquake measuring 8.9 jolted northeastern coast of Japan at 00:46 am (Peruvian time), generating a tsunami in the northern region of China and the respective alert for more than 15 countries, including Peru. According to Japan Meteorological Agency, the quake was the most violent ever recorded in the territory of Japan.

An earthquake of 8.9 magnitude on the Richter scale rocked thenortheastern coast of Japan in what was the second violent earthquake that occurs in that part of the earth. In principle, the USGS has indicated that the intensity was 7.9


Japanese television showed extensive damage by a tsunami in northern Japan. The public television network NHK showed cars, trucks, homes and buildings were swept away by the tsunami in Onahama cityin the prefecture (province) of Fukushima.


• Authorities Parachique Bay suspended classes and alerted the population through self speakers and local stations to take preventive measures against a possible tsunami.

• artisanal fishermen Sechura mariculturists take their precautions before the warning of a possible tsunami. The leader of this association, Claudio Collazos, saidthat today will not come to work and evacuate their boats to safe areas to avoid suffering any damage.
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• The Paita UGEL also suspended classes in educational institutions that have turn in the afternoon. The decision came after a meeting with the authorities of the Emergency Operations Center Regional.

• The Provincial Civil Defence Committee of Paita studying...
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