1. What are the three types of natural hazards?
- Atmospheric, Geological and Heat
- Atmospheric, Geological and Flooding
- Geological, Flooding and Climate Change
- Atmospheric, Flooding and Storms
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2. What are the four factors that increase the risk of hazards?
- Poverty, Farming, Urbanisation and Climate Change
- Poverty, Farming, Deforestation and Climate Change
- Poverty, Flooding, Urbanisation and Climate Change
- Poverty, Farming, Urbanisation and Infrastructure
3. How does poverty affect the risk of hazards?
- Houses are built in cities
- People build on unstable slopes prone to landslides
- People cause landslides
- People build on beaches prone to flooding
4. What is the definition of a natural hazard?
- Anything that is a threat to humans
- An extreme event caused by humans that causes harm to nature
- An extreme event that occurs naturally and causes harm to humans
- A natural event
5. What is an example of an atmospheric hazard?