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Natural disasters are some of the scariest and most fascinating events that occur. This series looks at what causes natural disasters, how people are affected by them, and the work of emergency and aid organizations. Each title shows how events such as floods and earthquakes are part of a larger natural system or process.
Have you ever wondered what qualifies something as a hurricane rather than a strong windstorm? Read this book to learn about the features and causes of ...
Flood zones are not the only places that can be affected by floods. Read about what causes floods, how people can prepare for them, and what happened during ...
Scientists estimate that each year there are several million earthquakes throughout the world. Some are so small that they are never detected. Others are so ...
Volcanic eruptions, landslides, and underwater earthquakes can all cause tsunamis, deadly waves that can go unnoticed in the open water until the waves get ...
Tornadoes occur throughout the world, but where do they happen most often in the United States. Read about the devastating effects of these powerful forces and ...
Awesome and powerful, volcanic eruptions have wiped out towns and civilizations throughout history. Learn what causes volcanic eruptions and how scientists ...
"This visually appealing series is sure to catch the eyes of students and educators. Whether reading for research purposes or just for fun, these titles are sure to please. The interesting and accurate facts are presented in an easily understood vocabulary. Sections on what the force of nature is, what causes it, where it happens, who helps after it occurs, how it can be predicted, how people can prepare, and if the force of nature can be prevented are the main subtopics included. Incredible eye-catching photographs, diagrams, or maps are tastefully positioned on every page. Each title contains at least three case studies of actual events that bring these incredible forces of nature to life. Bibliography. Glossary. Websites. Table of Contents. Index. –Amy E. Parker, Director of Lower School Library Services, Second Baptist School, Houston, Texas Library Media Connection November/December 2010 Issue" - Library Media Connection
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