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Disasters in Europe (Paige and Natalie)

Paige and Natalie
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Miriam Tyson

on 23 January 2014

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Transcript of Disasters in Europe (Paige and Natalie)

Disasters in Europe
By: Natalie Craney & Paige Huffine
-Acid rain in Germany
-The Great Smog in London
-Chernobyl

Acid Rain In Germany
-It effects buildings,forests,and statues
-It is caused by fossil fuels
-Wind from the UK blows pollution into the air which evaporates to cause acid rain
Great Smog of 1952
Pictures of acid rain
The Great Smog
-It lasted four days
-Killed about 4,000 people
-100,000 were sick
- It was mainly caused by burning to much coal.
-The Parliament had to crack down and make laws to limit the amount of fossil fuels burned
and how often you could drive a car
The Great smog
-About 12,000 people died
-Lasted five days
-The Parliament had to crack down and make laws to limit the amount of fossil fules burned
and how often you could drive a car
Images of The Great Smog
Chernobyl
-It released a hundred time more radiation than a nuclear bomb
-After the explosion 31 people died instantly after that thousands more lost their lives
-this disaster made everyone change there minds about using nuclear energy
We hope you enjoyed it :)
We enjoyed learning about this topic even though it was a sad time. Hope you had as much fun as we did.
-Paige and Natalie
Five Adjectives to describe Chernobyl
-Tragic
-Sad
-Uncontrollable
-Life taking
-Accident
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