Tsunami 2004 Annotated Biblography Suffield Research

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Poom Sriorathaikul 
Annotated Biblography 
Davidson, Hilda Ellis. Roles of the Northern Goddess . London: Routledge, 1998. 
Davidson's book provides a thorough examination of the major roles filled by the numerous pagan goddesses of 
Northern Europe in everyday life, including their roles in hunting, agriculture, domestic arts like weaving, 
the household, and death. The author discusses relevant archaeological evidence, patterns of symbol and 
ritual, and previous research. The book includes a number of black and white photographs of relevant 
artifacts. 
1.M. Choowong, N. Murakoshi, K. Hisada, P. Charusiri, V. Daorerk, T. Charoentitirat, V. 
Chutakositkanon, K. Jankaew and P. Kanjanapayont. Erosion and Deposition by the 2004 Indian 
Ocean Tsunami in Phuket and Phang-nga Provinces, Thailand. Journal of Coastal Research:Vol. 
23, No. 5 (Sep., 2007), pp. 1206-1208+1270-1276 
In these authors journal entry they described the experience that they had to face in the aftermath 
of the event. These author firsthandly went to the site and saw the damages that have been done 
themselves. They saw massive erosion and many waste be dispose all over the place. Then they 
focused on how big each area is that has been effected by erosion a calculated the land that has 
been affected compared to the land that has not in the south of Thailand. 
2. D. B. Lindenmayer and C. R. Tambiah.2004 Tsunami Cleanup. Conservation Biology 
Vol. 19, No. 4 (Aug., 2005), p. 991 
In these authors journal entry they focused on the biological efffects of what have occured in the 
clean up of the aftermath of the Tsunami. They focuesd on what have happened to the land after 
the Tsunami hit in terms of its biological effects towards species and other animals living in the 
area. They also worked on the cleanup itself, how much trash there was and how many houses 
were affected in the area. 
3. Jin Sato Matching Goods and People: Aid and Human Security after the 2004 Tsunami 
Development in Practice Vol. 20, No. 1 (Feb., 2010), pp. 70-84 
In this journal entry the author focuses on how each one have been treated after the Tsunami. The 
countries that was affected most was Indonesia which happened to have the least amount of 
medical supplies compared to other countries. So the author goes on to discuss how each country 
approached different people and how to save them based on how organized they are. 
4. Masatomo Umitsu 1 The Tsunami Disaster on the Andaman Sea Coast of Thailand The Indian 
Ocean Tsunami: The Global Response to a Natural Disaster pp. 35-50 
In this book the author from Japan focuses on the disaster itself and how it could be prevented to 
be less catastrophic than before. 
5.Ramesh Ramchandran, Purvaja Ramachandran, Bojarajan Senthilkumar and Brigitte Urba 5 
Impact of the Tsunami on the Coastal Ecosystems of the Andaman Islands, India The Indian 
Ocean Tsunami: The Global Response to a Natural Disaster pp. 113-126 
In this book the author talks how the rest of the earth reacted to this disaster. They mainly discuss 
how the US and many powerful nations in the UN have supported each countries since all of the 
countries that have been hit at the time 
6.Miranda A. Schreurs 12 Improving Governance Structures for Natural Disaster Response: 
Lessons from the Indian Ocean Tsunami The Indian Ocean Tsunami: The Global Response to a 
Natural Disaster pp. 261-280 
In this part of the book the author mentioned ways that can be improved after the Tsunami had 
attack. How the city plan and the structure of every single building can be reform in order to 
prevent this catastrophic event again.

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