Where did the tsunami take place?

Location of the Asian Tsunami 2004



Map showing the location of the earthquake on the ocean floor that caused the 2004 Tsunami. 

How did it affect people?

Asian Tsunami - The human toll.



A look at the human toll caused by the Asian tsunami in 2004. 

Geography topics for you to learn and enjoy

Cause and effect

The cause and effects of the Asian tsunami 2004.



The formation of the 2004 Asian tsunami, caused by tectonic activity. 

Variable impact

The Asian tsunami and its variable impacts.



How the shape of the land can influence the imapct of the tsunami waves.

Eye witness accounts.

Eye witness accounts of the tsunami



In southern Sri Lanka, eye witnesses describe the arrival and the impact of the Asian tsunami in 2004. 

Eye witness accounts of the immediate effects.



Footage of the aftermath of the 2004 Asian tsunami.

What are the different ways tsunamis have an impact?

Impact on the coral reef.


An investigation into the impact of the tsunami on the coral reefs of Phuket Island.

Impact on tourism.


How tourists stayed away after the earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean 2004.

Impact on people - disease.


After the tsunami, diseases like cholera and diarrhoea caused more problems during the clean up.

These geography videos are all about the topic of weather. They help to understand what the different types of weather are and how it is measured. They go on to look at some examples of severe weather.  These videos are all professionally made by the BBC and are free to watch, without having to register or watch advertisements.


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