Natural Disasters
By Nina Bort
Why is this important?
Natural disasters are important, because they don’t only
effect buildings and land, they affect hu...
Who is effected?
Natural disasters can effect everyone, everywhere. Even if it
didn’t happen in your state or area, the c...
The Effects
10,000 people have died in Japan’s latest
Tsunami/earthquake

Katrina caused about $81 billion dollars in pr...
 There were about 454,000
living in metropolitan New
Orleans in 2001. Only this
year has New Orleans
recently surpassed 3...
How to Prevent

• Natural disaster are something that can not be stopped, or
prevented, but we can do some thing's before ...
The Aftermath
 Natural disasters don't just create damage when it hits. The
effects after can be worse. Many of them can ...
The Cost of Disasters
 This year Obama has set aside $850 billion for natural
disasters.
 In the past $3 trillion budget...
Something needs to be done…
Infographic Link
 http://nmbort.glogster.com/natural-disaster/
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    1. 1. Natural Disasters By Nina Bort
    2. 2. Why is this important? Natural disasters are important, because they don’t only effect buildings and land, they affect human beings. They can severely injure or kill. They tare families apart. Natural disasters caused the death of 295,000 people in 2010
    3. 3. Who is effected? Natural disasters can effect everyone, everywhere. Even if it didn’t happen in your state or area, the cost effects the nation as a whole. In 2009, natural disasters cost insurers about $110 billion. In 2010, the cost was double that, at $218 billion.
    4. 4. The Effects 10,000 people have died in Japan’s latest Tsunami/earthquake Katrina caused about $81 billion dollars in property damage alone
    5. 5.  There were about 454,000 living in metropolitan New Orleans in 2001. Only this year has New Orleans recently surpassed 350,000 citizens. 80% of New Orleans was flooded, with some parts under 15 feet of water. total property damage was estimated at $81 billion
    6. 6. How to Prevent • Natural disaster are something that can not be stopped, or prevented, but we can do some thing's before and after disasters to help reduce the amount of trauma caused by these disasters. Ways to Help: • Donate to organizations that deal with natural disaster relief • Volunteer with these organizations • Help rebuild cities • Many organizations that are based around helping, supporting, and rescuing victims, are places that you can donate to and where they raise money.
    7. 7. The Aftermath  Natural disasters don't just create damage when it hits. The effects after can be worse. Many of them can cause lose ground, creating landslides. Some can start fires in your homes, also it can cause the loss of everything you know.
    8. 8. The Cost of Disasters  This year Obama has set aside $850 billion for natural disasters.  In the past $3 trillion budget intended for an infrequent purpose: federal dollars to help victims of floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and other natural disasters
    9. 9. Something needs to be done…
    10. 10. Infographic Link  http://nmbort.glogster.com/natural-disaster/
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