Picture of volcanos from above: Ghoubbet Kharab cove, Djibouti, Africa. The Bay of Ghoubbet lies in the centre of a highly tectonically active region, where violent movements of the earth’s crust cause it to split.
http://armorbear.com/disaster-news/ About 60 percent of the world’s population resides in areas that are prone to hurricanes or cyclones; researchers find that if a hurricane’s path carries it over large areas of fresh water, it will potentially intensify 50 percent faster than those that do not pass over such regions, meaning it has greater potential to become a stronger storm and be more devastating
Origami Houses: Tables That Become Shelters When Disaster Strikes
In the immediate aftermath of an earthquake, the need to provide shelter and privacy for those affected is outranked only by the need for food and water. As such, a lot of effort is now put into planning for disaster: how will shelters be distributed? How can they be built cheaply, in large numbers? The answers to these questions have usually led to a standardized design, distributed to any part of the world in the days after an earthquake strikes.