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Hello, my name is Michael Diaz and I am from a small town called Richlands it’s in North Carolina by the coast. I also am a freshman undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I still am undecided about what I wish my major to be but I have always enjoyed figuring out how things work and what effects this has on others. I believe this is why I choose to write this article about how the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami occurred and what the effects of the disaster were. It was very unfortunate that this catastrophe happened and I wish all those who were affected by it the best!

My name is Vaughn “Alex” Pudney. I was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, and am currently an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am currently interested in many areas and plan to graduate with a major in English and minor in Latin. After graduating, I plan to attend medical school where I would like to work in plastic surgery.  After my group mates and I chose to discuss the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, I decided to write about the economical aspects of Indonesia. I chose this topic because after thinking about how much information I knew about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, I realized I did not know much about the effects it had on Indonesia, one of the countries that was impacted the most. I wanted to gain more knowledge and inform those who may not know the economical side of one of the world’s largest natural disasters.

Yo! Greetings world…My name is Danny Hatfield. I am a studio art major at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I decided to write about rebel groups in South East Asia and how they responded to the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004. I choose this because I could analyze human behavior within groups which I find interesting. Someone was once quoted in high school saying, “Danny? Oh yeah! He’s awesome” So when reading my paper, please keep that in mind.

Hi! My name is Kristi Free and I am an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  My intended major is psychology with a possible double major in political science.  I would like to go to graduate school and become a child psychologist.  My interest in psychology has influenced my writing of this article as I wanted to learn more about how the Indian Ocean tsunami affected the psychological health of those who were affected by it.  I wanted to learn about the different ways that people are affected by natural disasters and how they cope with them afterwards.

My name is Chelsea Robinette.  I am a freshman at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  I am an Education major and plan to teach either Elementary or Middle School Science.  I chose the Ecological impacts from the Indian Ocean tsunami because I have always been interested in the environment and have  considered double majoring in Education and Environmental Studies.

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