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Floods A flood is a large amount of water that is beyond it's normal confines. Definition Where have floods been happening in Australia? Queensland, NSW, Jan 2013 Melbourne, Victoria, June 2013

NSW, Victoria, Queensland, Feb - March 2012 What Causes a Flood? Long Term Effects Economy -
If a big businesses shut down, e.g a timber company, the people working there would be left without a job and there would be limited timber to rebuild houses, causing the population to decrease

Environment -
The most common problem environmentally is the rubbish ending up on the streets and drains, which would eventually lead into the ocean

People -
Floods have a huge effect on people, they wash away peoples houses making them homeless and leaving them without money to repair Short Term Effects Economy -
Shops might close down for a while.

Environment -
Animals could loose their shelter and food.

People -
Minor damages e.g to schools, could lead to them closing down for up to two weeks. By Adriana, Annie, Christina (Tuna Fish Salad), Emily, Jessica (Jolly Sheepy) and Simon. Bibliography: Floods are commonly caused from heavy rain where watercourses do not have a large enough capacity, causing the excess water to overflow. www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/floods.htm
www.wikipedia.com
www.blurtit.com/q807460.htlml
library.thinkquest.org/03oct/02054/effects.htm
www.emilysbrain.com.au/floods
www.adrianasbrain.com.au/floods
www.tunafishsalad.com.au/floods.htm
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