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I learned from the Tri-County tornado, that 15,000 homes were destroyed.
i learned that all around the U.S.A they provide technolgy about all storms including the hurricane and they will provide it for you
I learned from super tuesday tornado the place was destroyed in february 5-6 2008 and it lasted for 15 hours, 20 minutes.
i was gonna do that:(
Hurricane Katrina happened August 28, 2005. Hurricane Katrina damaged everything in its path.
that was one of the worst hurricane to happen since hurrican sandy last year that mostly affectin new york and new jersey that was a good thing to pick
I learned that the death toll exceeded over 10,000 people. People used twitter, hawaii's pacific disaster center, and the person finder service to find survivors. This all happened in the Japanese tsunami in 2011.
I learned that volcanic eruptions can cause horrible landslides, and that gravity is a HUGE factor in them.
I learned that during the Great Blizzard, of 1888 the most inches of snow was 50 in. and the highest windspeed was 77 m.p.h.
The Tri-State Tornado Was One Of The Deadliest US Tornados And It Destroyed 15,000 Homes. Thats What I Learned!
I learned that the kobe earthquake in japan killed 5,500 people and injured 26,000 people.Also the earthquake made the Hanshin expressway collapsed.
Nasa make drones and drive them through storms
i learned about a japanese tsunami in 2011, everything there was destroyed. a tsunami can damage everything in your home
Mt.pelee eruption happend in 1902
hurricane katrina happened August 23, 2005
i learned that the search and rescue tools included devices and software that can turn walkie talkies internet grids when the phones are out.
In the avalanche at Mt. Everest killed 26 people. It hit at a Japanese trekking group
I learned about the Tsunami Alarm System and how it worked. The Tsunami Alarm System receives earthquake and tsunami warning information from different countries all over the world.
I learned that Alaska's earthquake in 1964 spread across about 100,000 miles. the earthquake even went through parts of Canada, Oregon, and Califoria!
i learend that Hurricane Katrina was the most costly hurricane in history. It flooded 80 percent of New Orleans and destroyed more than 100,000 homes . and Nearly 2,000 people was killed by Hurricane Katrina.
I learned that the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 made 3,000 people die and 80% of San Francisco was demolished
i learned that in the great tri-state tornado that it caused, highest winds, largest hail, and the damages were >$1.4 billion (1997) the fatalities 747+(695+ from one tornado)
Bangladesh tornado happen on April 12th 1989,there were about 1300 casualties,and happened in Dhaka,Bangladesh.
Hurricane Katrina damaged the Bahamas, South Florida, Cuba, Luisiana, Greater New Orleans. And affected Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida Panhandle. Hurricane Katrina was a category 5 hurricane. Hurricane Katrina dissipated August 30, 2005.
It has been 25 years since the super outbreak tornado. 13 states were damages they were Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
i learned that super tuesday tornado was a very dangrous. It struck in 2008 on the upcoming presidential choosing. it was on the ffith and sixth of febuary. The cost for damages were 1 billon dollars. There were thirteen people who died from the outbreak. People had to suffer the hurricane for 15 hours and 20 minutes. The day this disaster struck was on a tuesday.
i learned that hurricane Katrina killed as many as 6,000-12,000,and that it was a category 5 hurricane!!
I learned that hurricane katrina had wind speeds up to 125 miles per hour!!! :]
I learned that Hurricane Andrew's winds were thought to be 165 miles per hour at its hight! Thats a lot!
I decided to learn about The Japanese Tsunami. I learned that this tsunami caused 15,883 deaths and over 2000 missing reports.
Hurricane Camille is said to be one of the baddest storms to hit the USA. The winds were going 200 MPH and the tides were going more then 20 ft. It started on August 17 1969 and it lasted till about August 17 1969.
The tornado in Bangladesh killed an estimated 1,300 people!
how do you pronounce bangladesh.
Mount Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79.Ii is considered the most dangerous volcanoes because it wiped out the entire population of Pompeii. The last major eruption was in 1944.
I FOUND OUT THAT NASA satalight tells the goverment befor a volcanoe.
I learned form reading these comments that 15,000 homes were destroyed in a tornado
I picked volcano mauna loa. one fact i learned is that it is the largest volcano on the planet as it rises over 4 kilometers above the sea but the 4 kilometers that you see on the to is not even half the size of the volcano
On March 13, 1888 huge blizzard hit New York. The temperature had dropped to 6 degrees and 400 perished, 200 in NYC alone.
I picked Hurricane Katrina. In New Orleans on August 29 , 2005 the winds were in the Category 3 range.
Hurricane researchers have found out a way to understand the hurricanes. They have found out what category the hurricane is in by the wind of it.
I pick the Japanese Tsunami. This terrible tragic occured in 2011 on March 11th. This was a 7.1 category.
i think volcanoes are cool but scary to be close to i would want to be far away so i wont be there will it is erupting
I learned that the storm hurricane katrina has a wind speed of 125 miles per hour! And it was one of the deadliest hurricanes to ever hit the United States.
Something I learned when I read about hurricane technology was that the first satellite was launched by America in 1960
super tuesday tornado caused 1billion dollars worth of damage
One of the interesting things I learned is that hurricanes are areas of low air pressure that form over oceans in tropical climate regions. Another thing I learned is that the hurricanes center or eye can be up to 20 miles (32 km) across. Wow that’s fast. Even for a cheetah.
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