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Hydrometeorological hazards

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rowel lucina

on 31 January 2017

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Transcript of Hydrometeorological hazards

Learning Competency
Recognize signs of impending hydrometeorological hazards;
Hydrometeorological Hazards
Process or phenomenon of atmospheric, hydrological or oceanographic nature that may cause loss of life, injury or other health impacts, property damage, loss of livelihoods and services, social and economic disruption, or environmental damage.
Storm Surges
Localized unusual increase of sea water level primarily due to intense winds and lowered atmospheric pressure during the passage of an intense tropical cyclone from the sea to land.
El Nino and La Nina
1. El Nino- prolonged unusual warming of sea surface temperatures in the central equatorial pacific and the eastern equatorial Pacific----3 month, greater than the usual warming >.5 degrees centigrade
2. La NIna- prolonged cooling -.5 degrees centigrade of sea surface temperatures in central and eastern equator
1. Have an Advance reading of the next learning competency.

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Potential hydrometeorological hazards
1. Typhoon
2. Thunderstorm
3. Flashflood
4. Flood
5. Stormsurge
6. El niño
7. La niña
Formative Assessment

1. Describe signs of impending hydrometeorological hazards;
Hydrometeorological hazards
Typhoon: severe weather disturbance characterized by strong winds . Tai Fung- Ta - BIG Fung- WIND
1. Tropical Depression- wind speed 62 kph
2. Tropical Storm- 63-118kph
3. Typhoon- 118 above
Thunderstorm: is a violent, transient type of weather disturbance associated with thousands of meters tall cumulonimbus clouds and which involves lightning and thunder, intense rainfall and occasionally tornadoes and hail
Flood- is the abnormal rise of water level in waters level in rivers, coastal areas, plains, and in highly urbanized centers which be result of natural phenomenon, human activities or both
FLOODS: Color coded Warning Signs
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