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Why do similar hazards have different impacts in different places?

Which case studies can i use and where can i find information on the case studies?

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Why do similar hazards have different impacts in different places?

Which case studies can i use and where can i find information on the case studies?

Thank you x
Which exam board is this for, and what type of hazards are you referring to?
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Why do similar hazards have different impacts in different places?

Which case studies can i use and where can i find information on the case studies?

Thank you x
I don't know what topic this is but I'll give you some pointers that I can think of:

Human factors
MEDC or LEDC?
Population Density

Physical factors (e.g. in terms of a volcanic eruption...)
Rock type
Type of plate boundary
Type of volcano

Then I would consider whether there were any anomalies which lead to the different impacts. For example in the Icelandic eruption of Eyjafjallajokull in 2010 the south easterly winds meant that Iceland wasn't as affected by the eruption as mainland Europe.
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