Disasters can be classified as either a "rapid onset disaster" or a "slow onset disaster ". Briefly discuss between these two types of disasters and illustrate your answer with your own practical examples.
Rapid Onset Disasters and resultant tragedies may happen unexpectedly or progress over time. Such calamities are regularly the outcome of unexpected natural happenings, for instance, wind storms, floods, mudslides, wildfires, landslides, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes. On the other hand, slow-onset emergencies or disasters are described as one that does not arise from a particular, distinctive occasion but arises progressively over time, frequently founded on a convergence of different occasions. Such tragedies correlate to environmental dilapidation courses, for example, melting of permafrost, famines and desertification, rising sea levels, and increased salinization.