Help me study for my Geography class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.
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 . **NO PLAGIARISM WHATSOEVER**
Plate Tectonics of Arabia; Western North America Tectonic Earthquakes; Northridge Earthquake. The Arabian tectonic plate.
1. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
2. 1. What causes the Iranian earthquakes? Why are earthquakes so deadly there?
2. What causes the earthquakes in the Holy Land? What caused the land to drop forming the basins holding the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee?
3. What building code recommendations would you make for Iran and the Holy Land countries?
Intraplate Earthquakes, Earthquake Prediction & Human-Triggered Earthquakes
New Madrid earthquakes, central United States
4. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
5. 1. What ancient subsurface geologic structures rupture giving the central United States large earthquakes? Which states have these underlying geologic structures that can catastrophically fail?
2. What are the magnitudes of these mid-continent earthquakes? Why are they felt over such wide areas?
6. If you were responsible for one of these mid-continent regions, how would you educate and motivate the affected population? What changes do you want individuals and institutions to make?
Plate Tectonics of Volcanoes, Eruption Types & Volcano Shapes
The 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens in Washington
7. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.
8. 1. Describe the 1980 eruption sequence step-by-step.
2. In the past 4,000 years, how often has Mount Saint Helens had major eruptions?
9. After the small eruptions started on March 27, what actions could you have taken that would have prevented the loss of 62 lives on May 18?
Textbook and Reference is attached below:
Abbott, P. L. (2014). Natural disasters (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.