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Natural Disasters Examples

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  • VOLCANIC ERUPTION
  • AVALANCHE
  • HURRICANE
  • HEAT WAVE
  • DROUGHT
  • Volcanic eruptions occur when magma is pushed out onto the Earth’s surface due to high pressure.
  • An avalanche occurs when a large mass of snow and ice slides down a mountainside at high speed.
  • Hurricanes, also known as typhoons or tropical cyclones, are giant, swirling, tropical storms associated with very high wind speeds.
  • A heat wave is a period of excessively high temperatures, often with high humidity.
  • A drought is when the rainfall in an area is less than average to the point where it has a negative effect on the water supply.
  • WILDFIRE
  • BLIZZARD
  • Natural Disasters
  • FLOOD
  • TORNADO
  • LANDSLIDE
  • Also known as forest fires, wildfires are large uncontrollable fires that are fueled by dry vegetation. Wildfires often occur alongside a drought.
  • Blizzards are a type of dangerous snowstorm where there are powerful winds with a minimum speed of 35 mph (56 kph).
  • A flood is where land is covered by water when it normally is dry. This occurs when a large amount of precipitation or melting ice causes bodies of water to overflow.
  • Tornadoes are also known as twisters, whirlwinds or cyclones. They are a funnel of rapidly moving air that are in contact with the ground.
  • Landslides involve fast moving land that slides down a slope.

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