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Natural Disasters

A Things Fall Apart Presantation
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Daniel Strapp

on 29 May 2013

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Transcript of Natural Disasters

Natural
Disasters By Daniel Strapp Part 1: Common Natural Disasters Part 2: Historical
Natural Disasters Krakatoa Lituya Bay Megatsunami Volcanic Eruptions Earthquakes Tornadoes Hurricanes What is a Natural Disaster? Table of Contents Things Fall Apart Relation Introduction to
Natural Disasters Major destructive event
From natural processes of Earth
Usually results in property damage, economic harm, and loss of life depending on the area Natural order
Objects destroyed
Chaos
Economic impact
Fear Part 1:
Common Natural Disasters

Part 2:
Historical Natural Disasters December 24, 2004 July 9, 1958 Tsunamis Wildfires Avalanches Floods Blizzards Epidemics Droughts Hailstorms Heat Waves Things Fall Apart Natural Disasters By Daniel Strapp August 26, 1883 THINGS FALL APART Indian Ocean Tsunami
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