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Transcript of VICTORIAN FLOODS
victorian floods. their are all types of
floods like flash flooding
, riverine flooding and did you
know that humans can also cause
fllods my presntation
is on victorian
floods their are many types of floods like flash flooding, riverine flooding , caoastal flooding and did you know that humans may also cause floods
Flooding happens during heavy rains, when rivers overflow, when ocean waves come onshore, when snow melts too fast or when dams or levees break. Flooding may be only a few inches of water or it may cover a house to the rooftop. Floods that happen very quickly are called flashfloods. Flooding is the most common of all natural hazards. It can happen in every U.S. state and territory. mportant terms to know:
Flood Watch or Flashflood Watch -- Flooding may happen soon. Stay tuned to the radio or television news for more information. If you hear a flashflood warning, talk to an adult immediately!
Flood Warning -- You may be asked to leave the area. A flood may be happening or will be very soon. Tell an adult if you hear a flood warning. If you have to leave the area, remember to bring your Disaster Supply Kit and make arrangements for your pets.
Flashflood Warning -- A flashflood is happening. Get to high ground right away. Tell an adult! that is the end of my
presntation i hoped
you enjoyed it. :) high intensity rainfall between 12–14 January 2011 caused major flooding across much of the western and central parts of the Australian state of Victoria. Several follow-up heavy rainfall events including Tropical Low Yasi caused repeated flash flooding in affected areas in early February in many of the communities affected by January's floods .