Free Essays on Cause And Effect Of Flood

  1. Effect Essay: Causes of Flood

    Cause and Effect Essay: Causes of Flood There are many calamities that we experience like storm, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The most common calamities that our country faces are storms and floods. According to PAGASA, flood is a natural hydrological phenomenon. The purpose of this essay is...

  2. Flood

    ------------------------------------------------- Floodflood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is normally dry.[1] The European Union (EU) Floods Directive defines a flood as a covering by water of land not normally covered by water.[2] In the sense of "flowing water", the word may...

  3. Effect of Flood and Cyclone

    has witnessed the havoc of some of the worst natural disasters of the world due to tropical cyclones and storm surges. Floods and local seasonal storms are annual events which cause loss of lives and damage to housing, agriculture and economy. The country is also exposed to the risk of earthquakes. There...

  4. FLOODS

    FLOODS What causes Floods? Heavy Rainfall: Causes increase in sea level rise etc. Over–saturated soil (when the ground can’t hold in any more water and could turn into mud etc): Infiltration can’t take place due to the soil’s impermeability resulting in so then surface run off will be increased. High...

  5. Floods

    Brisbane, faced the second highest flood since the start of the 20th century. Major flooding occurred throughout the Brisbane River catchment, the Lockyer Creek and Bremer River. Which has now fundamentally impacted the residential property market. At the peak of the flood, approximately 11,900 homes were...

  6. Koshi Flood

    KOSHI FLOOD 1. Background Nepal is not only one of the least developed countries in the world, it is also equally prone to several disasters such as flash-floods, landslides, fires, occasional earthquakes and epidemics. The main contributing factors of such disasters are: remote, rural, rugged and...

  7. The Effects of Improper Waste Management to Humans.

    is on the rise from day to day. If the waste products are not managed properly, it will cause a lot of bad influences to humans. The effects of improper waste management to humans are contamination of soil, floods, extinction of plants and animals, air contamination and depletion of ozone layer. Firstly...

  8. climate change and its effect on Bangladesh

    evidence that GHG is continuing to build-up as a result of human activities has become conclusive i.e. these changes have come about as a combined effect of increases in emissions, such as fossil fuel burning, and decrease in carbon sinks, such as reduced forest cover. Top 10 Places Already Affected...

  9. a) Limiting mean global warming to 2°C is now enshrined as a target in the Cancún agreement. Discuss possible effects of this in our Caribbean area.

    is now enshrined as a target in the Cancún agreement. Discuss possible effects of this in our Caribbean area. Most of the effects of climate change have been observed and communicated via media for years and this list of effects grows as do our harmful acts against the environment. Scientists have...

  10. Lynmouth and Bangladesh Floods - Comparison

    In 1952 and 1998, devastating floods in Lynmouth and Bangladesh occurred. The drainage basins of both places were unable to contain the amount of rainfall fallen on the ground and therefore they flooded. However, these two floods are different as Lynmouth is an MEDC and Bangladesh is an LEDC. Therefore...

  11. Geography flood case studies

    Flood case study Bangladesh Causes The main cause of the floods was unusually severe monsoon rains and an unusually high volume of runoff from melting snow from the snow caps of the Himalayas. These all increased the amount of surface water and the volume of water in Bangladesh's two main rivers...

  12. India Flood

    WHAT IS FLOOD? A simple definition of flooding is water where it is not wanted. Another, more comprehensive definition of a flood is: http://www.floodsite.net/juniorfloodsite/html/en/student/thingstoknow/hydrology/floodtypes.html A flood is a hazard that can occur in many countries of the world. You...

  13. Global Warming: Causes, Effects and Remedies

    Global Warming: Causes, Effects and Remedies Global warming is the greatest challenge facing our planet. It is, in fact, the increase in the temperature of the earth’s neon- surface air. It is one of the most current and widely discussed factors...

  14. Flooding Causes and Prevention

    formation reason of flood. What should we do to prevent the happening of flood? Flood is overflow of the huge amount of water onto the normally dry land. Flood occurs when the overflowing water submerges land and causes deluge. It is a cruel and violent expression of water. Floods are often deadly...

  15. Global Warming: Causes to Changes

    sudden change of the climate. There is a lot of news about natural disasters that have affected many countries such as earthquake, cyclone, tsunami, flood, drought and many more, and many people have suffered from this. Now survival is a challenge for humans and the other living things on our planet. The...

  16. Global Warming: Effects on the Different Geological Spheres

    different concentrations of green house gases like water vapor which causes about 36-70% of the greenhouse effect carbon dioxide which causes 9-26%, methane which causes 4-9% and ozone which causes 3-7%. The increased in global average temperature is due to emission...

  17. Bangladesh Floods

    Bangladesh suffered one of its worse floods ever. Despite being flooded being common in this country, the floods of 1998 were particularly severe resulting in over 1000 deaths and 30 million people being made homeless. CAUSES OF FLOODING IN BANGLADESH Physical (Natural) causes of flooding in Bangladesh 1...

  18. Clear Forest Cause Extinction of Wildlife

    shelters to million species of animal and organisms. Nowdays, alot of tree have been cut down to improve the standard of living and there are so many effects can be enumerated as result of the activity. Deforestation is process of converting forest into non-forest sites, it occur due to developing country...

  19. Floods in India

    About floods in India India, being a peninsular country and surrounded by the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, is quite prone to flood. As per the Geological Survey of India (GSI), the major flood prone areas of India cover almost 12.5% area of the country.  Every year, flood, the...

  20. Carbon Cyle and Its Effect on Man

    Industrial Revolution 4. Effect of Combustion on carbon dioxide level 5. Effect of Deforestation on carbon dioxide level 6. Effect of Deforestation on carbon dioxide level Cont’d 7. Green House Effect 8. Enhance Green House Effect 9. Enhance Green House Effect Cont’d 10. Enhance...

  21. The Impact of the Great Flood to the Thai Entrepreneur

    great flood to the thai entrepreneur          Nowadays, Thailand has just been seriourly the great flood and then lots of people face a problem with this situation. Thus, this situation have many problem become to economic crisis. Many thai entrepenuer is the most one has impact and effect more than...

  22. Effect of Flooding and the Solution in Nigeria

    nature of the wetlands in the Niger Delta. Periodic floods occur on many rivers, forming a surrounding region known as flood plain. Rivers overflow for reasons like excess rainfall. The good thing about river overflows is the fact that as flood waters flow into the banks, sand, silt and debris...

  23. Flood in Bangladesh

    Introduction: Flood Is A Natural Calamity. It Is An Annual Affair In Bangladesh. Bangladesh Suffers From Flood Almost Every Year. Due To Excessive Rainfall Or Any Toner Cause When Rivers And Canals Overflow Their Banks And Make Huge Loss To Crops And Property, It Is Called Flood. Causes of Flood: The Causes...

  24. Floods in South Africa

    2 3 WHAT IS LA NINA 2 4 IMPACT OF FLOODS 2-3 5 MEASURES PUT IN PLACE TO HANDLE FLOODING 3 6 HUMAN...

  25. Floods: Causes and Consequences

    like to elaborate on causes and consequences of floods. There are always floods somewhere in the world. They threat big communities with millions of people, their lives and properties. Big floods always draw international attention. In order to support my discussion about floods with concrete examples...

  26. Cause and Effect of Smoking

    things) Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get. Natural and man-made changes in climate Cambodia Cambodia This natural effect is responsible for the comfortable living conditions on earth, with a mean global temperature of 15 ºC. Without GHGs the mean temperature would be...

  27. global warming cause & effect

    major affects air pollution, melting of glaciers, and the greenhouse effect. Some people argue if global warming is in fact a real situation, what the causes may be, and how to prevent it from becoming a major problem. Most of these effects are caused by a majority of human activities, such as the burning...

  28. Causes and Impacts of Global Warming

    Global warming Introduction {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item} Causes- human activities add excessive amounts of greenhouse gasses to atmosphere Impacts of global warming {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item}...

  29. The Devastating Effect of Flooding in Nigeria

    The Devastating Effect of Flooding in Nigeria SUMMARY Floods are among the most devastating natural disasters in the world, claiming more lives and causing more property damage than any other natural phenomena. In Nigeria, though not leading in terms of claiming lives, flood affects and displaces...

  30. 779 Words Essay on Floods in India and Its Control

    779 words essay on floods in India and its control Subrat Mangaraj Countries irrigated by an adequate river system are in many ways blessed. These rivers not only help agriculture, but they provide a cheap and efficient transport system for the development of internal trade. The saying goes—land...