SUMMARY The chapter presents planners with (1) a description of the most hazardous geologic phenomena-earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis-and their effects; (2) a discussion of how to use existing information to assess the hazards associated with these phenomena and incorporate mitigation measures early In an Integrated development study; (3) sources of geologic data and maps; and (4) information with which to make key decisions early in the planning process.
The processes that have formed the earth continually act on or beneath its surface.
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