Economic Effects of Natural Disaster


Just as the ocean is integrated by natural systems, it is also inter-connected by intricate financial relationships -- through trade, transportation, integrated economies, global investment, and foreign aid. A natural disaster has an equally destructive impact on the community's capacity to survive the economic consequences of damaged agricultural or manufacturing capacity, a disrupted labor force, social chaos, and the dramatic cost of restitution and recovery.

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