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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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