Birth rate in 2003 was 20.78 people per 1000 people in Indonesia. In 2004, it was 20.49 people per 1000 people. In 2005, it was 20.14 people per 1000 people. Birth rate went down in 2004 and in 2005 and it was because so many people died. Lots of pregnant women died, 150,000 is the count of pregnant lady loss of all the countries that were affected. There was probably alot of depression from so many deaths so women and men probably weren't in the mood to be making babies at the moment.
There were alot of deaths in 2004 so I believe that there must have been a pretty high death rate. Death rate was affected by the tsunami because the tsunami killed alot of people which, must have brought up death rate. All the deaths made the population decrease.
The human population itself hasn't experienced logistic growth yet, but I do believe that Indonesia may have experienced it because of so many people dying which means that it will take time for them to build there population back up. By now, though, it might have passed up its old popualtion size.
I could not find much about carrying capacity but I do believe that because of the wave taking out some of the land because of the quick erosion that happened, that the carrying capacity was decreased, but by only a minimal amount.
Plants died, water was depleted because it was poisoned and people died. The weather was not affected by the tsunami but it did affect the land, making the soil wash away.