Volume No. 13 Issue No.: 1 Page No.: 34-38 July-September 2018

 

NATURAL DISASTER, A POTENTIAL THREAT TO HUMAN ECOLOGY : AN OVERVIEW

 

Bag Shruti, Padhy Shrutilekha1 and Bag S.*2

1. MKCG Medical College, Berhampur (INDIA)
2. Directorate of Medical Education and Training, Odisha, Bhubaneswar (INDIA)

 

Received on : February, 08, 2018

 

ABSTRACT

 

The Bay of Bengal in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, India suffered continuous natural disaster inform of very severe cyclonic storm( Phailin), severe cyclonic storm (Helen), cyclonic storm (Leher), in a sequential manner. These were followed by un-interpreted torrential rainfall for days together leading to intense disruption of the human ecology. Preparation to face these disaster have been designed with good margin of safety, that would not mean there be no mishap. Even then how quickly the bunch of processional, at any given point of time, react to a situation to evaluate the unavoidable ravage and take effective majors to repair the situation, the total scenario is abysmal. The paper presents scientific, environmental, economic and technological prospective of human ecology innovative management following natural disaster.

 

Keywords : Very severe cyclone (Phailin), Severe cyclonic (Helen), Cyclonic (Leher) Natural calamities

 

 

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