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Natural Hazards in the Caribbean Rahaf Al Saadi
About the Caribbean in General
Natural Hazards in General
Natural Hazards in the Caribbean
Natural Hazards Impacting the social, political, economic, and environment
To Prevent and prepare yourself for/from a Natural Hazards
MLA Cited Bibliography Pictures: -The Caribbean Photograph. -Natural Disasters Photograph. -Natural Disasters Photograph. Disaster/index.html. -Natural Disasters Photograph. -The Caribbean Photograph. -"Droughts." library think quest. Web. 27 Jan "Tornadoes." Blog. Web. 25 Jan "the Caribbean." Web. 27 Jan Websites: - Inc., Wikimedia Foundation. "Caribbean." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. 26 Jan Web. 27 Jan "Natural Hazards." Web.. - "Solving Global Warming Infographic | The Infographics Showcase." The Infographics Showcase - Data Visualization - Infographic Design Web. 27 Jan Books: -" : Natural Hazards and Disasters - AbeBooks - Hyndman, Donald;Hyndman, David: " AbeBooks Official Site - New & Used Books, New & Used Textbooks, Rare & Out of Print Books. Web. 27 Jan Ashton, Kelli, and Malcolm Stacey. Pearson atlas. South Melbourne: Pearson Education, 2004.
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by Hampton Bears live in Russia,Korea and India. They live in caves and fallen down tree. There live snow dens in the winter.
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Work Cited Examples What your Bibliography should look like.
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Children’s Education Abuse in China of children in China are uneducated.
Photo : Wikimedia commons images. Photo : David Castor, Wikimedia commons images Photos : Wikimedia commons images.
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The Crusades! After reading about the crusades, watch this movie clip and answer questions given (click picture)
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