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Tornadoes are a natural calamity that is responsible for claiming millions of beings and costing billions in damage to property. A tornado, a rotating column of air, can have winds up to 36 mph and destroy everything in its way. Twisters, also a rotating column of air, cause around the same...Read More

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Any city runs the risk of sinking in the case of a tsunami. Mumbai as a city does not really have a great defense against tsunamis and any efforts to install them are tough due to the fact that Mumbai doesn't have natural coastlines and only a few areas have a natural mangrove forest. Although...Read More

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Both are equally as dangerous. Some human-made disasters include acid rain, nuclear explosion, and gas leak. These are harmful enough to kill millions of people. The after effects of man-made disasters last longer than that of natural disasters. An example of a terrible human-made catast...Read More

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Natural disasters occur in many places on Earth. Natural disasters include hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, monsoons, typhoons, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis. Natural disasters are caused by weather usually. They can cause great destruction. In most cases today, natural disasters...Read More

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Florida is especially prone to natural disasters because it is a peninsula located along the Atlantic. Florida is in a prime location for storms such as hurricanes especially. Hurricanes typically originate in the Atlantic and make their way up the coast of the United States. Florida is t...Read More

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Mount Rainier last erupted in 1894-1895 but it is still considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the United States (US). If Mount Rainier were to erupt, which is quite possible, because it is considered by the US Geological Survey (USGS) as “an active volcano currently at rest...Read More

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If you are asking if businesses impacted by natural disaster be allowed to spend money to help the area recover, I would say yes. It will help a business if they can speed up the recovery process. If you are asking if businesses shoudl be allowed to receive money after a natural disaster, I...Read More

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There are many natural disasters that cause complete destuction of a community, so it is hard to say which is the most catastrophic natural disaster. A really strong hurricane can be more devastating than a volcano eruption. A flood can cause total destruction of a community, or it could...Read More

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The United States suffers from every kind of natural disaster. The most common natural disasters on the west coast are earthquakes, flooding, and droughts. The middle of the country is more likely to see tornadoes. The east coast of the United States see hurricanes, blizzards, and floodi...Read More

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Yellowstone is capable of eruptions thousands of times more violent than the Mount St. Helens eruptions in 1980. The northern Rockies would be buried in many feet of ash, which would rain on almost everyone in the United States. There are seven volcanic regions in California with zones of...Read More

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