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SERIES Listen to the Earth | How to Stay Safe When a Typhoon Hits


自分の町を知って台風に備えよう [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

Typhoons can cause flooding, landslides, storm tides, and other devastating phenomena. Figure out the places in your area that would be dangerous, and then make a “hazard map.”

SERIES Listen to the Earth | Being Prepared for An Unexpected Volcanic Eruption


突然の噴火に備えよう [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

So-called “phreatic” eruptions can be hard to predict. If one happens when you’re nearby, how do you keep yourself safe? We explore that question through experiments using a model volcano.

SERIES Listen to the Earth | What Happens Before a Volcano Erupts?


噴火の前に何かが起きる? [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

What happens to a volcano before it erupts? Through experiments, we learn about the warning signs of an eruption, such as earthquakes and ground deformation.

SERIES Listen to the Earth | What Causes Volcanic Eruptions?


噴火のしくみを学ぼう [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

Learn what causes volcanic eruptions, and learn tips to keep yourself safe in the event of an eruption.

SERIES Listen to the Earth | Predict the path of typhoons


台風の進路を予測しよう [NHK]

|Length : 10min. |Year : 2014

Typhoons pass by Japan every year between summer and autumn, causing widespread damage. But typhoons are actually a predictable natural disaster. Meteorologist Kosaku Moteki explains how to read typhoon course forecast maps and how typhoons are born and develop in an easy-to-understand way.

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