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    20091202 Comenius Economic Aspects 20091202 Comenius Economic Aspects Presentation Transcript

    • Flooding - The sealevel rises
      • - The rising temprature - The water expands
      Melting glaciers & Thermal expentions
    • The effects of floods
      • People have to move . The families en and friends the connect which other people will get less Economic . If greenland or a half of the Northpole will melt. It expensive not just about The Netherlands. We lose ground to harvest on.
    • Heavy rain
      • Tropical areas
      Monsoons: heavy moisty winds that condense and falls like rain
    • Natural disasters
      • Tyfoons
      • Cyclones
      • Hurricanes
      • Tornadoes
      • Tsunamis
      • (Get more intense)
    • Rising temperature
      • Leads to:
    • Economic
      • Ecosystem Changes
      • Fish population sinks.
      • Damage on the harvest.
    • Droughts and their impacts on the economy
      • Where?
      • Droughts occur in places where it doesn’t rain enough.
      • Why?
      • Because of the air pressure preventing water vapor from forming rainfalls.
      • What types of droughts?
      • Meterological : droughts caused by the lack of rainfalls.
      • Agricultural : doughts that majorly affect the crop production.
      • Hydrological : when there appears to be a low water level inaquifers (underground water) and lakes.
    • Economical consequences
      • Agriculture : diminished crop growth because of the lack of water.
      • Fishing : less water to fish in, and less fishes.
      • Malnutrition and famine : because of the lack of water,food becomes rare .