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Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
Natural Disaster Action Plan
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Natural Disaster Action Plan

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  • 1. Natural Disasters By Seth, Josh, and Cameron
  • 2. ● Haiti- 316,000 people died, 300,000 affected ● Tangshan, China- 242,769 died Facts Haiti Earthquake Damage
  • 3. Since we can’t stop natural disasters from happening, we will help people who are affected by earthquakes and other natural disasters. Goal For Improvement
  • 4. ● Permission for website ● Permission for photos ● Help from other organizations Needed resources
  • 5. ● Copyright ● Pictures Root Causes- Barriers
  • 6. Tsunamis ● They can travel 500 MPH (805 kilometers) almost as much as a jet. ● IN 2004 the Indian Ocean tsunami was caused by an earthquake that had the power of 23,000 atomic bombs.
  • 7. Tornadoes ● There are 5 levels of tornadoes. ● There is F1-F5 with F1 not being terrible but an F5 is deathly bad. ● This is an example of why we need to help others. F1 tornadodamage. f 5 t o r n a d o d a m a g e
  • 8. ● Contacting Red Cross Actions already in place
  • 9. Earthquakes ● The worst earthquake recorded killed about 830,000 people.
  • 10. ● Contact Websites ● Have them make the issue known by putting it on places like Google, Bing, and other popular websites. ● Then we make a website that allows people to see the danger. ● We make that known that there is danger here. ● Everybody knows about the Issue in place. Action Plan
  • 11. December 12 Deadline
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