By Group 1
 Avalanches
 Floods
 Tsunami
 Storm
 Limnic Eruption
 Bibliography
 There is a constant danger of an avalanche
coming down and killing hundreds of people
and animals.
 The flood flow in urbanized areas constitutes a
hazard to both the population and infrastructure.
 An enormous wave of water floods the mainland.
Storms arise as a result of
the gusty wind on the sea.
Huge waves are typical
phenomenon occuring
during the storm.
A limnic eruption, also referred to as a lake
overturn, is a rare type of natural disaster in which
dissolved carbon dioxi...
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/wiki/Natural_disaster
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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. By Group 1
  • 2.  Avalanches  Floods  Tsunami  Storm  Limnic Eruption  Bibliography
  • 3.  There is a constant danger of an avalanche coming down and killing hundreds of people and animals.
  • 4.  The flood flow in urbanized areas constitutes a hazard to both the population and infrastructure.
  • 5.  An enormous wave of water floods the mainland.
  • 6. Storms arise as a result of the gusty wind on the sea. Huge waves are typical phenomenon occuring during the storm.
  • 7. A limnic eruption, also referred to as a lake overturn, is a rare type of natural disaster in which dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) suddenly erupts from deep lake water, suffocating wildlife, livestock and humans. Such an eruption may also cause tsunamis in the lake as the rising CO2 displaces water. Scientists believe earthquakes, volcanic activity, or explosions can trigger such an eruption. Lakes in which such activity occurs may be known as limnically active lakes or exploding lakes.
  • 8. http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Natural_disaster
  • 9. Thank you for watching our presentation.