We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byGabriel Webster
Modified over 5 years ago
CYCLONE By Jonathan,Clarke,Melissa and Rhylee.
Cyclone Definition A cyclone is a big storm mixed with wind. The biggest Cyclone in New Zealand is Cyclone Giselle which led to the Wahine disaster.
Danger Cyclones they are so d angerous they can rip roofs off houses and cause floods and land slides.
What causes it? Hurricanes become cyclones when they form over the bay of Bengal, in the Indian Ocean. So just to sum up Hurricanes are another name for Cyclones and Typhoons.
How do cyclones effect N.Z? They affect us by killing our live stock,leaving families homeless and starving.
Famous Cyclones Scientists name Cyclones after normal peoples names like Giselle and Tracy to keep track of them.
3 interesting facts 1. The cyclone is a source of air. 2. A cyclone is a hurricane. 3. Hurricanes have 3 different names.
It’ severe weather conditions, which can cause mass destructions. It can lead to large numbers of people losing their lives.
Natural Disasters! By Ellie, Natalie & Courtney! By Ellie, Natalie & Courtney! Tornadoes & Cyclones Tornadoes & Cyclones.
Tropical Cyclones Chapter 11 Meteorology 1010 Professor Bunds Utah Valley University.
Whirly winds are like a really small tornado they go just about waist height and they have leaves in them and sometimes sand. They are not strong you.
Hurricanes are the biggest, scariest and most destructive storms on the Earth. There are about 10 hurricanes around the world each year and they all start.
HURRICANE Carola and dora. Hurricanes A hurricane is a storm system with a low- pressure center. They cause strong winds and heavy rain. A hurricane strengthens.
Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, and Hurricanes. Different names for Hurricanes Hurricane – Atlantic Ocean and eastern Pacific Ocean Typhoon – Western Pacific.
Charlie Tanis Mrs. Fisher Grade 5
[The Hurricane] Grant Kenney, Jelani P.. Hurricane A Hurricane is a tropical storm that has consistently had speeds over 74mph. The eye of the storm is.
Group Presentations based on HOLT Chapters 24 & 25.
Weather Patterns Storms.
Severe Weather! © The GlobalEd 2 Project Photo credit: Tyrone Turner, National Geographic Homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Roger Robertson Samuel Olson
Classifying Natural Disasters Comparing and Analyzing Natural Disasters.
Natural Disasters By: Rose2, Rose13, Rose14, Rose21, Rose22, and Rose06.
Brewing Up a Storm Hurricanes Expert Folder. Why Do Hurricanes Form and Where Are They Found? Hurricanes form and intensify over oceanic regions. They.
IntroIntro Objective 04/27/12 Describe the formation of hurricanes. What is the difference between a hurricane, a typhoon, and a cyclone?
Natural disasters occur all around the world, from risky floods and tsunamis, to treacherous forest fires and volcanic eruptions. The ring of fire (Pacific.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.