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The airport was buried by Lahars on 11 February The capital, Plymouth, has been covered in layers of ash and mud. The dome collapsed resulting in 5 million cubic metres of ash and dust pyroclastic flows in several directions enveloping the surrounding area. Human factors affecting risk and vulnerability – Volcanoes. Volcanic bombs were hurled. Out migration – i n the people of Montserrat were granted full residency rights in the United Kingdom, allowing them to migrate if they chose. People felt it wasn’t enough which caused riots International Red cross provided water, food and shelter.

People felt it wasn’t enough which caused riots International Red cross provided water, food and shelter. D refugees left the island and didn’t return. It started with warning signs of small earthquakes and eruptions of dust and ash. Volcanic activity has calmed down in recent years and people have begun to return to the island. People have returned to the island more recently.

Once Chances Peak had woken up it then remained active for five years. The airport was buried by Lahars on 11 February The small population of the island 11, people was evacuated in to the north of Montserrat as well as to neighbouring islands and the UK.

New roads and airport were built. Between and Montserrat was devastated by pyroclastic flows. A risk map was created and is continually updated. S Little infrastructure left untouched in the South to help provide emergency access for people. S EC Marine life was destroyed because the sea was poisoned by ash.

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There is a volcanic area located in the south of the island on Soufriere Hills called Chances Peak.

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S EC Water supplies were contaminated. Volcanic eruptions and lahars have destroyed large areas of Montserrat. Montserrat Background British colony in the Caribbean. The dome collapsed resulting in 5 million cubic metres of ash and dust pyroclastic flows in several directions enveloping the surrounding area. The graphic shows the progress of the eruption and its impact on the island.

Out migration – i n the people of Montserrat were granted full residency rights in the United Kingdom, allowing them to migrate if they chose. The most intense eruptions occurred in The volcano had been dormant for over years but started to erupt on the 18 th of July World Society for the protection of Animals brought food and medicine for animals.

EN Air traffic in the Caribbean was largely disrupted. People felt it wasn’t enough which caused riots International Red cross provided water, food and shelter.

It’s split into 3 sections: The presence of the volcano resulted in a growth in adventure tourism. D refugees left the island and didn’t return.

Volcanoes and volcanic eruptions – Revision 6 – GCSE Geography – BBC Bitesize

The capital, Plymouth, has been covered in layers of ash and mud. The most violent and intense eruptions occurred in Long-term responses An exclusion zone was set up in the volcanic region. S 19 people died, primarily people who lived near the volcano.

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Evacuations began from South to North, but it was a slow process.

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Services in the north of the island were expanded. The airport was buried by Lahars on 11 February Short-term responses Large scale evacuation by the British Navy Abandonment of the capital city, Plymouth Compensation and redevelopment money donated by the UK government Unemployment rose due to the collapse of the lerc industry. Before it had been dormant for over years.

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EC S D Population fell from 12, to 5, British citizenship was granted in Mortgage schemes were introduced to encourage enterprise and to rebuild the economy. It started with warning signs of small earthquakes and eruptions of dust and ash.

EC The seaport and airport were covered in ash causing them to shut down. Services in the North gradually expanded.