Over fifty people died from flooding and mudslides. Sandy became even stronger as it moved from Hispaniola to Cuba. Fifty-five thousand people were evacuated. The storm hit Santiago de Compostela, Cuba’s second largest city. Sandy became the deadliest hurricane to hit Cuba.
The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 was of the most powerful natural disasters of the 1900’s in 11 states along the Mississippi River from Illinois to Louisiana. The flood lasted from the beginning of April, through May, June and July and finally ended in August. During the flood, the river got to be as wide as 80 miles in some places and submerged residential areas in as much as 30 feet of water. The flood affected multiple states and the country in countless ways. Some of the ways it changed the country was in a social and political way.
This storm claimed its title as one of the most deadly hurricanes to ever hit the United States of America with a estimated death count of 1,245 to 1,836 total. Katrina, on top of all the damage that she did, displaced over a million people from the coastal areas
The week of the storm Hurricane Katrina is the third most powerful and deadliest hurricanes to occur in the 21st century in the U.S.A. Southern states are known to have the occasional hurricane yearly through out August to early November. However, citizens were not quiet prepared for how serve Hurricane Katrina was going to be. Hurricane Katrina originated in the Bahamas on August 23, 2005 the storm swiftly made its way to Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf coast within days. Over 300,000 people were displaced and evacuees relocated throughout the United States. On August 29,2005 after several days of high wind volume and major rain fall hurricane Katrina made its
Whites Creek was initially a natural watercourse, concreted to improve sanitation in the surrounding area. Over the years it was transformed into a natural park, with an array of services, including tables for picnics, BBQ areas and a skateboarding zone. The Whites Creek Wetland was also constructed, being a sediment and purification pond that aims to remove water from Whites Creek stormwater waterway and pass it through a natural purification system. This system would then filter the water back in the water channel and out into the Sydney Harbour . Whites Creek is working as originally intended, as sanitation has seemed to progress rapidly since the 1800s.
recharge ponds are usually located close to rivers where coarse sands, scoured by stream flow, and shallow aquifers allow water to reach the basin quickly. First move to save Mojave 's water resources from getting drain is to control the over-usage of water and city building. Next is to restore water sources by Recharge Ponds, and also give people an awaness about how is the situation and what they can do to help. Let 's save Mojave desert were me and my family live, where many other families live, and also the habitat of many animals and
The Great hurricane or San Calixto hurricane occurred in October 10-16 in the caribbean in 1780. It is known to be the deadliest of all time murdering 27,500 people in the caribbean alone. It is also the turning point in the caribbean as many colonist from the country can’t recover from this as the revolutionary wars in America is going on. The actual strength of the storm could be at 200. The origins of this storm is unknown but some historians believed to be a cape verde storm.
The Death Machine Within two years, it killed 50 million people worldwide. It hindered the lives of 500 million throughout the world, and 675,000 lay dead from this in the United States alone. This killer became known as the Spanish Influenza. The Spanish Influenza struck at the perfect time, on the tail end of World War I. With soldiers densely populated in bunkers, the flu spread like wildfire, especially when it arrived in the United States of America.
Adela Papiez Granitz Accelerated English 9 22 March 2017 Outline Marine Biologists: Saving the Environment One Animal at a Time Thesis: Marine biology is a demanding job requiring working with marine animals, and having many qualifications and courses to take, as well as years of training, with many fulfilling rewards. Generally, marine biology is the study of organisms, their relationship to the environment, and their behavior, in addition to studying the chemical aspects of bodies of saltwater ("At A Glance" & "NOAA Fisheries"). In marine biology, you do independent research and teamwork ("Job Description"). Can be based on a specific species, organism, or behavior, technique, or ecosystem ("Marine Careers"). Observations and notes are very
In San Francisco on April 18, 1906 at about 5:13 am a HUGE earthquake hit recorded as a 7.7-7.9 . Damaging buildings from left to right. Many poorly structured buildings collapsed causing 500 million dollars in total damage (1906 money) translated to about 8.2 billion dollars today. It was recorded that most buildings immediately caught fire which trapped the victims, about 25,000 buildings were burnt down from the fire, a total of about 490 blocks.At around 8:14 a Major aftershock hit making even more damaged building collapse. The earthquake and fires in San Francisco were recorded to be the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
How has the Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic of 1793 change history? An appalling contagious outbreak impacted the colossal city of America and its country’s capital. In the summer of 1793 the weather was brutally humid and mild. Therefore, this infectious disease has initiated in August and is known to be terminated approximately few months later in November. This disease has commenced by mosquitoes and caused a massive amount of deaths.
Irma was a category 5 hurricane. It hit Florida, debris left lying around everywhere. At least 36 people were reported dead, and over six million people were left without power. The flooding has makes walking the streets dangerous as the muddy water can hide sharp objects along with holes. The (FEMA) Federal Emergency Management Agency estimated that 25% of homes within the Florida keys are completely destroyed, and 65% have had major damage.
' 'Millions of lives were changed in a day by a cruel and wonderful storm ' '- Gorge W. Bush" On August 29, 2005 at 6:10am one of the most deadliest storm came in. Hurricane Katrina has formed over the Bahamas and continued across southern parts of Louisiana & Mississippi. The winds were 100-400 miles per hour. Ten thousand people waited for the storm to pass at home. Many people were effective by this terrible storm on this day.