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    • The Atlantic Hurricane Season
    • The Problem
      Most hurricanes in the Atlantic ocean are strong. When it attacks the United States it destroys the cities and the houses, so people these days are aware and ready if the hurricanes occur again. For example people made new things to put in there buildings and houses so that it doesn’t fall down or get destroyed.
    • How?
      Most of the Hurricanes that occurs are from strong winds and then they form a hurricane. By the time it forms it collects more strong winds, so then the hurricane gets larger and more stronger. The Hurricane can be up to 600 miles, Most of the Hurricanes last over a weak, it moves 10 to 20 miles per hour.
    • What causes a Hurricane?
      A hurricane is made out of, Warm sea water + Moist (air). When these two things come together they form a hurricane. When the hurricane starts moving it gathers more moisture and warm air.If the hurricane doesn’t gather these things then it will not continue forming it self.
    • Season
      Most of the Hurricanes in the Atlantichappenfrom, July to November. Hurricanes have categories, the weakest category is category 1. And the strongest category Is category 5. Most of the strong hurricanes are named after a person. The hurricane is named in alphabetical order.
    • Hurricane Frequency Chart
    • Suggestions For Improvement?
      1. Improve housing design
      2. Safe buildings
      3. Buildings can be up to 4 floors
      4. Government to provide insurance
      5. Strengthen sea walls against tide waves
      6. No buildings on coast
      7. Improve evacuation
    • Hurricane Paths
    • After The Hurricane
    • Social/Economics
      Cost Government more In a Hurricane Regions.
      - Rebuilding
      - Hurricane watch
      - Hurricane alarms
      - Evacuation procedures
      - Police, Health Services
      Impact: All the damage + reduces Tourism
    • Facts
      • Hurricanes destroys people and property
      • In the eye of a hurricane there is no wind, movement or effects
      • A hurricane causes heavy rain, storm waves and the heavy rain causes floods
      • Storm with winds +74 mph or 119.4 kmph are hurricanes
    • Predicting 2008
    • Predicting 2007
    • Hurricane Watch
    • Atlantic Region
    • Where Will it Go?
    • Atlantic Ocean
    • Thank You