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Natural Dissasters

TermDefinition
Tornadoes a violently rotation column of air tat extends from a thunderstorm to the ground
Volcanoes vent in Earth's surface from which molten rock, debris and steam issue
Hurricanes a storm that develops over the Atlantic and Pacific ocean
Earthquakes when plates or rocks within the Earth suddenly break or shift under stress,sending shock waves rippling
Hurricane Hugo started on the coast of Africa and ended in the Northern part of South Carolina, it killed thousands pf people and destroyed thousands of homes
Charleston Earthquake the communication and the communication services weren't working
Physical Map shows the land forms such as mountains and rivers
Political Map shows the government boundaries such as what state borders which other state
Climate is the temperature of the atmosphere
Weather is climate but during a specific time like for example it rained on Thursday night
Created by: KeyLime1600