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Monsoon's and Tsunami's

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Amber Hatcher

on 28 April 2014

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Transcript of Monsoon's and Tsunami's

Monsoon's and Tsunami's
wind system that influences large climatic regions and reverses direction seasonally
term for wind that carries heavy rains to Southern Asia and the rains themselves
although people in other parts of the world sometimes describe heavy rainfalls as a monsoon, the real thing only occurs in Asia
describes both the rain that drenches India and Southeast Asia in summer and winter, and the wind that carries away entire towns
seasonably heavy rains carried by high winds from the Indian Ocean mainly over South Asia
very large ocean wave caused by an underwater earthquake or volcanic eruption
not all undersea earthquakes or other seismic events create tsunamis which is why they are difficult to predict
large sea wave caused by an earthquake, landslide, or other underwater disturbances
huge wave or water wall that can cause massive amounts of damage
often caused by natural occurrences- earthquakes or volcanic eruptions
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