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Tsunami Presentation

Transcript: Series of waves Can be caused by many different things: *water displacements *Earthquakes usually at or larger than 7 on Richter Scale *Landslides *Volcanic Activity *Meteorite *Glaciers or icebergs falling *rock falls * an earthquake under water *an under water land slide *a volcanic eruption *or a metorite *not just on wave many waves formed together *those waves come together to make it denser - thats when the sea pulls back *the waves that could be 10 to 20 feet in the air crash against walls or inland and move quickly to the coast city or inland Formation Tsunamis by Rachel and Tori Formation Technology *Evacuate * Move to high ground and inland * Act Immediatley *Be prepared *2004 * 13 countries in South Asia and East Africa hit * 250,000- 297,248 people dead or missing(estimated) * 1,296,900 homeless * damage went several miles inland. *4th largest tsunami and earthquake since 1964 (since Prince Edward sound, Alaska) *Economic lost: about 4.4 billion dollars Impact Tsunamis *Tsunami Warning System- monitors earthquake activity and the passing waves at tide guages *Evalute earthquakes for tsunami potential *seismic data *tracking systems *Maping Evacuation Zones *and just teaching the people what to do when a tsunami occurs. What's a Tsunami? What to do? Works Cited *Bernard, Eddie N. "NOAA Tsunami - The Tsunami Story." NOAA Tsunami Website. NOAA. Web. 16 Feb. 2012. <http://www.tsunami.noaa.gov/tsunami_story.html>. The Gale Encyclopedia of Science. "Tsunami." Science in Context. Gale, 5 May 2010. Web. 20 Feb. 2012. <http://0-ic.galegroup.com.sable.jefferson.lib.co.us/ic/scic/ReferenceDetailsPage/ReferenceDetailsWindow?displayGroupName=Reference&disableHighlighting=true&prodId=SCIC&action=e&windowstate=normal&catId=&documentId=GALE%7CCV2644032297&mode=view>.*"International Tsunami Information Center." International Tsunami Information Center. International Tsunami Information Center, 2012. Web. 20 Feb. 2012. <http://itic.ioc-unesco.org/>. * Meinig, Christian, Scott E. Stalin, Alex I. Nakamura, Frank González, and Hugh B. Milburn. "Technology Developments in Real-Time Tsunami Measuring, Monitoring and Forecasting." Technology Developments in Real-TimeTsunami Measuring, Monitoring and Forecasting. NOAA. Web. 20 Feb. 2012. <http://nctr.pmel.noaa.gov/Dart/Pdf/mein2836_final.pdf>. *The Mission of NOAA's National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) Is to Provide Long-termscientific Data Stewardship for the Nation's Geophysical Data, Ensuring Quality, Integrity, and Accessibility." NOAA National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC). Web. 21 Feb. 2012. <http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazardimages/picture/show/1036> *Tsunamis." CDERA Virtual Disaster Library. CDERA. Web. 16 Feb. 2012. <http://www.cdera.org/doccentre/fs_tsunami.php>. *Coastlines *Marine and Coastal Regions *Islands *Tsunami Warning System- Monitors Earthquake activity and passing of waves at tide gauges. * Evaluate earthquakes for tsunami potential * Seismic Data * Trackers * Mapping Evacuation zones Location *Kills many people. *an environmental change (uproot trees and displaced sand on beach). *collapses on sea walls, bridges, buildings, powerlines and etc. *earthquakes and after shocks. Preventable? Predictable? 2004 Indonesian Earthquake

Multiple Background Images

Transcript: The last background image will be the bottom layer. Beware of trying to cram in too many overlapping images. All of the normal background image properties apply, they are just separated by commas. Background Properties background-image: url(image1.png), url(image2.jpg); background-size: 25%, cover; background-repeat: no-repeat, no-repeat; background-position: 50% 75%, center; Layered Images Here image1 will be on the top layer, while image3 will be the bottom layer. Remember, transparencies are only supported with certain image formats. You can overlay as many background images as you want, but remember that backgrounds affect visibility of site content. Background images can add variety and help make your page stand out. For example, in this presentation, the flying origami birds are the background image. Sometimes one background image isn't enough. Fortunately, CSS allows us to layer multiple background images. The first background image listed will be the first layer, followed by the second, etc. Below is a basic example of layered background images. Adding Multiple Backgrounds div { background: url(image1.png), url(image2.png), url(image3.png); } Multiple Background Images Adding multiple backgrounds is easy. Just add the next image in the same way you would a background image, separated by a comma. Multiple Background Images Be careful not to put opaque images on top or you won't see the the other layers. div { background: url(image1.png), url(image2.png), url(image3.png); } Sample Page For example:

Presentation of images

Transcript: Presentation Of Images By: Imaan Henry Date 1 Concrete Exit This image is very bland. With a concrete floor leading to an exit. The exit playing as the vocal point. This image makes me feel as though some people don't have a choice on something and they are directed directly to one option. Like there is only one option on something and no where else to go. There's line and the image is parallel. Concrete Exit Line Of Treadmills Line Of Treadmills This image represents line of the treadmills and pattern because there are multiple treadmills behind each other creating pattern. The main vocal point is the middle treadmill and the empty hallway in the background gives more personality to the photo. I made it so the triangle aspect fit with the light, (which was artificial and natural light). I think all the elements in this image creates contrast. Painting Of Satisfaction Painting Of Satisfaction This image is really satisfying to look at. The reason is that the painting I took a picture of was really bright and included line, color, conjunction, harmony and value. The image felt unique because while the painting (which is the vocal point) is colorful and at the center, everything else felt bland and convenience store vibe. But the painting brightened everything up standing out from the background. I did not touch the painting respecting the work of the school and school guidelines. Morning sunlight Morning Sunlight This is one of the best images I've taken. I really like the type of lighting it has. It feels very warm and welcoming. It has line, color and harmony. It follows the school guidelines. One of the reasons why I liked it very much was the great usage of the triangle aspect. The composition guidelines I used to facilitate my good work was acknowledging the design elements and too keep a good aperture and shutter speed to maintain an excellent ISO. Parallel hallway Parallel Hallway I am really proud of this image. It is one of my most liked images. It has line space, color and contrast. The triangle aspect is fits really well into this photo. I think that because the aperture, shutter and ISO all fit together creating a good image. My main area of difficulty was the students in the hallway. I wanted toe photo to follow the school guidelines but also when humans are in photos they become the main vocal point. I also just prefer my photos with no people in them. This was difficult because when I waited for the students to pass these boys were still there. I got frustrated and still took the picture because you can hardly see their faces and it's their fault for not being in class if they were in class then they wouldn't have been in the photo, they also would've saw me holding the camera so that too is on them. Reflective hallway I call this image reflective hallway because of how the light source (natural light) reflects the lockers in the hallway. I also like how the hallway leads to the a window that doesn't have a natural glow but is also foggy and gray. Even though it is foggy and gray and doesn't give you that warmth and comfort the light still fits in the photo and it still keeps the photo looking good. I like the doors at the side of the hallway too, it creates a little more personality and setting to the photo. The only thing I think I might dislike in this photo are the lights above. Mostly because I just don't like how they look like. The natural light made it easy to control the triangle aspect of the image. Reflective Hallway Texture Of A Garbage Can This image mainly focuses on the texture a garbage can. My partner at that time (Roah) held the doors for me so I won't have to go to the front of the school. I think that was my main challenge of taking the picture... Holding the doors open. When you look at the texture of the garbage can it's almost like you can feel it. The hard pebbles leading to grainy sand of the garbage. This image tells us that even everyday things like garbage cans can be fit for a perfect photo. I had to adjust the aperture to make the ISO fit the type of lighting I had because it was very cloudy. But the cloudiness actually made the photo better Texture of A Garbage Can Team effort I like this photo because it shows the girls basketball team and everyone working and taking care of each other. It also reminds me of the friendship the girls have for each other. This image also reminds me of them winning that day and how hard they've worked. Team effort Endless hallway I like this photo because it was one of my first photos I took in photography when we were able to take the cameras out. I like the details in the photo and it really shows my creativity too. I also like photos with trippy long hallways and this photo shows the beginning of that. Endless Hallway Flower power I like this photo because it's from my garden and it shows all the work my parents put in the garden too. When I see this photo I imagine the rose to be soft and smell fresh and lovely too. I also like

Tsunami Presentation

Transcript: Lisbon, Portugal, November 1, 1755 Safety Tips Sanriku, Japan, June 15, 1896 22,000 deaths Caused by 7.6 earthquake 11,000 damaged homes "How Tsunamis Form." How Tsunamis Form - Windows to the Universe. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2017. <http://www.windows2universe.org/earth/tsunami2.html>. "The 2004 Tsunami." Emaze Presentations. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2017. <https://www.emaze.com/@AOQCQORW/The-2004-Tsunami>. "Birth of a Tsunami." PBS LearningMedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2017. <http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/nvkq.vid.earth.tsunami/birth-of-a-tsunami/>. N.p., n.d. Web. <http://www.news18.com/news/india/map-countries-most-threatened-by-tsunamis-363487.html>. Http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/reporters/hannah-osborne. "Boxing Day Tsunami: The Facts about the 2004 Indian Ocean Disaster." International Business Times UK. N.p., 23 Dec. 2016. Web. 13 Feb. 2017. <http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/2004-indian-ocean-earthquake-tsunami-facts-1480629>. "2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2017. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_Indian_Ocean_earthquake_and_tsunami>. N.p., n.d. Web. <http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/tsunami-india/1/842844.html>. "Top 5 Most Expensive Natural Disasters in History." Local Weather from AccuWeather.com - Superior Accuracy™. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2017. <http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/top-5-most-expensive-natural-d/47459>. Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times, n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2017. <http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-japan-tsunami-before-after-slider-htmlstory.html>. Prepare333. "Tohoku Tsunami Strikes Sendai Japan 2011 New Footage." YouTube. YouTube, 01 Nov. 2014. Web. 13 Feb. 2017. < JoMichelle00. "Wave That Shook The World - Tsunami Documentary." YouTube. YouTube, 18 Mar. 2011. Web. 14 Feb. 2017. < "Tsunami Safety Tips 44260 | DFILES." Tsunami Safety Tips 44260 | DFILES. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2017. <http://www.dfiles.me/tsunami-safety-tips.html>. "The 10 Most Destructive Tsunamis in History." Australian Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2017. <http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/topics/science-environment/2011/03/the-10-most-destructive-tsunamis-in-history/>. "EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI OF 13 AUGUST 1868 IN PERU - DR. GEORGE PARARAS-CARAYANNIS." EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI OF 13 AUGUST 1868 IN PERU - DR. GEORGE PARARAS-CARAYANNIS. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2017. <http://www.drgeorgepc.com/Tsunami1868Chile.html>. "1755 The Great Lisbon Earthquake and Tsunami, Portugal." The Most Destructive Tsunamis | Lisbon, Portugal 1755. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2017. <http://www.sms-tsunami-warning.com/pages/tsunami-portugal-1755>. Hays, Jeffrey. "JOGAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI AND OTHER LARGE TSUNAMIS IN JAPAN." JOGAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI AND OTHER LARGE TSUNAMIS IN JAPAN | Facts and Details. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Feb. 2017. <http://factsanddetails.com/japan/cat26/sub160/item1741.html>. "Japan Tsunami." 1896 Japan Tsunami - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Feb. 2017. <http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/1896/09/japan-tsunami/scidmore-text>. Nankaido, Japan, October 28, 1707 Northern Chile, August 13, 1868 Artistic rendering of tsunami Locations Threatened by Tsunamis 2011 Japan Tsunami $235 billion Caused by earthquake Payed for by World Bank Waves of Panic Bibliography Caused by 8.5 earthquakes 25,000 deaths About US $300 million in costs Lasted 2-3 days Artistic rendering of the tsunami Thanks For Viewing! Deadliest Tsunami Caused by 8.4 earthquake 30,000 buildings damaged 30,000 people killed Costliest Tsunami Video Oswald Lu Period B 2/9/2017 Northern & Southern Africa India & neighboring countries All countries that border Pacific Ocean Eastern Europe Turkey Tsunamis can form by... If you happen to be in a tsunami situation... Evacuate as soon as possible Follow local authorities' directions Get far inland if you can Get to higher ground Do NOT watch the tsunami come in Unless you're far away enough Tsunami Events Caused by 8.5 earthquake 60,000 deaths Waves rose up to 30m high December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami About 230,000 deaths About 170,000 deaths in Sri Lanka Caused by earthquake Tsunami Formation Underwater earthquakes Underwater volcanoes Meteorite

Tsunami Presentation

Transcript: By: Ava Themistocles Tsunamis Important Information to Know about Tsunamis! Important Information A tsunami is a huge destructional wave. Tsunamis are barely noticable in deeper parts of the water. Tsunamis can be tens of meters tall and can be several kilometers wide. Tsunamis can destory, crush or even wash away large ships. Tsunamis take 5 minutes to an hour to reach there highest level. The deeper the water is the faster a tsunami can travel, where depths reach up to 13,000 feet deep a tsunami can travel up to 600 miles per hour. What Causes Tsunamis? A tsunami can be cause by may things, particularly ones that disturb lots of water. One of the things that causes tsunamis is earthquakes. They can sometimes moves plates in the bottom of the ocena that cause the water to be displaced. Also when an underwater volcano erupts it can sometimes cause a tsunamis. Or tsunamis can eve nbe cause by mountain rock/ice falling off, or even a meterorite! Energy is Transmitted through the Water The energy that causes a tsunami is being transmitted through the water. For example, when an earthquake occurs the energy from the earthquakes transmits through the water it cause the tsunamis waves to occur. Wave Energy Picture This Effects My Life because... How This Effects My Life Tsunamis can be very dangerous and have killed many people. If I were to get caught in a tsunami I would probably die in this case. Tsunamis are very scary and this topic effects my life because it could teach me how to survive if I were ever in a tsunami. Spilsbury, Louise, and Richard Spilsbury. Sweeping Tsunamis. Heinemann Library, 2003. “Tsunami.” Infobase Learning - Login, 2019, online.infobase.com/HRC/Search/VideoDetails/8?videoId=256058. “Tsunami.” World Book, 2 Jan. 2019, www.worldbookonline.com/student-new/#/article/home/ar569220. Citation

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