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In 1964, a tremendous flood struck Corvallis, Oregon. It was a nightmare for the residents of the town, and during the recovery the Western Ways, Inc. group took 59 oblique photographs of the damage caused by this...
This report contains true stories that illustrate how to survive (and how not to survive) a tsunami. It is meant for people who live, work, or play along coasts that tsunamis may strike. The stories are personal...
This collection features digital resources and teaching ideas relevant to the many components of the Hurricane Katrina disaster. Materials include an overview of the storm and the science behind the disaster, a set of...
For students of the geophysical sciences and policy makers, this very helpful document will be a most valuable reference tool. Written by Lynn M. Highland of the United States Geological Survey with Peter Bobrowsky of...
In this lesson, students explore the use of storm-tracking technologies, research how natural disasters are predicted, and assess the importance of these technologies. A case study of a New England snow storm and its...
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