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Natural Disaster

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Abishaa Joseph

on 16 December 2014

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* Severe thunderstorms, with frequent thunder and lightning
* Extremely dark skies, sometimes with green and yellow clouds
* Rumbling or whistling sound
* Funnel cloud at the rear base of a thundercloud with a curtain of heavy rain or hail

Bibliography
http://tornado-facts.com/

http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-tornado.htm

http://www.ready.gov/tornadoes

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/tornado/

http://weather.about.com/od/tornadoe1/ss/tornadoes_4.htm

http://www.ehow.com/info_8297640_tools-used-measure-tornadoes.html

http://www.outlook.noaa.gov/tornadoes/fujita.htm

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/

http://tornado-facts.com/amazing-tornado-facts/
-Earthquakes
-Drought
-Extreme heat
-Floods
-Hurricanes
-Land slides and Debris Flow
-Severe Weather
-Space Weather
-Thunderstorms and Lightning
-Tornadoes
-Tsunamis
-Volcanoes
-Wildfires
-Winter Storms and Extreme Cold
Types of Natural Disasters!
Types of Tornadoes!
Where in Canada do
tornadoes most likely
to occur?
How to stay safe during a Tornado!
What are Tornadoes?
A tornado is a spinning funnel shaped wind column. In order for a vortex to be classified as a tornado, it must have contact with the ground and the cloud base. Tornadoes are really strong and dangerous. Tornadoes destroy things around it.

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There are 5 different types of tornadoes, which are:
-Super Cell
-Waterspout
-Dust Devil
-Gustnado
-Derecho

In Canada, tornadoes can form anywhere.
Tornadoes mostly form in the Prairies. Canada's most dangerous tornado happened on June 30th , 1912, where 28 people were killed.
Natural Disasters


By:
Abishaa Joseph

and

Jothy Thanapathy

What are the
potential warning signs?
How do you measure
a Tornado?
* EF scale (Enhanced Fujita scale)

* Intensities range:
Other tools used to
measure tornadoes
* Barometers

* Doppler Radar

* Turtles
How do tornadoes
stop?
It is not fully understood as to how exactly tornadoes form, grow and die. Meteorologist are still trying to solve the tornado puzzle. Every time a piece fits in, it uncovers a new piece which needs to be studied.
Who benefits from tornadoes?
Benefits from tornadoes:
* Vehicle repair shops
* Construction businesses
* Insurance adjustors
* Helps maintain a relative equilibrium in the atmosphere.
* Tornadoes can clear out old vegetation to make way for new growth.

How do tornado form?
The basic explanation is "warm moist Gulf air meets cold Canadian air and dry air from the Rockies". Tornadoes are formed by a funnel cloud touching the ground. It starts from a thunder storm, then it becomes a funnel cloud and finally when the funnel cloud touches the ground, it becomes a tornado.
Who and what gets affected during a tornado?
Everyone who is in the particular area of the tornado will be affected somehow. This may come in a form of property damaged and people who is injured or killed.
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