Free Essays on Hurricane

  1. Hurricane Essay

    Assignment GE-253 Hurricanes Have you ever heard tropical storms pushing winds up to 200 mph and causing destruction everywhere? A true beast of nature we call a hurricane. These hurricanes can show up at any time to make a mess of things. To fully understand hurricanes we have to peer into the...

  2. Superstorm Sandy

    United States wiping out the entire communities and brings huge destruction to New York City. Hurricane sandy was the most deadly hurricane of 2012 Atlantic hurricane season. The death from Sandy hurricane as of 1st November 2012 was at least 149 died. The confirmed deaths are from New york, New Jersey...

  3. Cause and Effect Essay

    essay tells about how hurricanes are formed and the damages that they have on life and property. It tells how hurricanes are classified into five different categories depending on the speed of wind and their potential to cause damage. Also tells about the cause and effects of hurricanes. The essay gives examples...

  4. Hurricane Sandy

    explain the effects and happenings of the hurricane sandy. In my report I will be explaining how big sandy was, how many people she affected and heaps more. The aim of this report will be to give you more unknown information on Sandy. For my report I have chosen hurricane Sandy, Sandy was a big hit. When Sandy...

  5. Petlls

    Facts about Hurricane Rita Hurricanes are tropical cyclones characterized by low-pressure centers and numerous thunderstorms. The Atlantic has always been a region, known for tropical cyclones. Hurricane Rita was the fourth hurricane in the Atlantic hurricane season of 2005. Here are some facts about...

  6. Hurricane Sandy

    Hurricane Sandy Case study 1, Background * The outline of hurricane Sandy Hurricane Sandy was formed on October 22 and dissipated on October 31. Its highest winds throughout all the date was 110mph (175km/h) and the lowest pressure was 940hPa. The number of fatalities was 253 in all, and all...

  7. Hurricanes

    Outline II Topic: Hurricanes Audience: Classmates and Instructor of Summer semester Communications class at Austin Peay University. General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of what a hurricane is, background information on some of the worst hurricanes in history and how...

  8. Difference Between Hurricane and Tornado

    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HURRICANE AND TORNADO It's easy to find similarities between the weather phenomenon, we call a hurricane and the one we call a tornado. Both cause most of their damage through high winds and rain, and the arrival of both can cause evacuations, emergency warnings and general chaos...

  9. Hurricanes and their effects on Louisiana: a paper about coastal erosion on the coasts of Louisiana

    and that is hurricanes. One need only look through back issues of newspapers or talk to life long residents to know the fear that a major hurricane can bring. Some of the more deadly in the past were Hurricane Camille, Hurricane Betsy, Hurricane Andrew, the Cheniere Caminanda Hurricane, the Isle Dernieres...

  10. Dread Hits Land Well Ahead of Israel

    article I chose to write about is on the newest natural disaster, Isabel. Isabel is the hurricane that is taunting the East Coast. Hurricane Isabel is the strongest Atlantic storm of the new century. The hurricane has picked up speed the last couple days and is headed straight towards the East Coast...

  11. Natural Disasters

    were Hurricanes. The thought of those storms with their power gives me the chills. Ever since I was in the middle of Hurricane Bob when I was vacationing with my family off the coast of Virginia and we were asked by the state police to evacuate our house, I wanted to learn more about hurricanes. Since...

  12. Hurricane Katrina: A Disaster Waiting to Happend

    A Disaster Waiting to Happen Hurricane Katrina was one of the very few hurricanes in the past century to reach a Category 5 in the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. It’s destructive force with maximum contained winds of 175 mph wreaked havoc on the Gulf Coast, most noticeably in the city of New Orleans...

  13. Hurricane Katrina RAUL

    Hurricane Katrina Have you hear about the Hurricane in New Orleans that changed a lot of people’s lives? A hurricane is a natural disaster. Hurricane is a tropical phenomenon caused by the weather changes. For example, Hurricane Katrina was a powerful hurricane that caused several damages...

  14. Geography Sba

    identify and examine whether residence of Ensom City, Spanish Town are aware of the origin, development and the precautions to be undertaken during a hurricane. Geography School Based Assessment Name Jadio Dennis School Jonathan Grant High School Year of Exam 2012 Territory ...

  15. School

     Hurricane Sandy Lessons Learned Hurricane Sandy is one of the topics that we discussed in class regarding severe weather. Hurricane Sandy caused 40 deaths and a huge amount of damage. The Geological Society of America (GSA) new flooding model predicts that Staten Island and Long Beach would flood...

  16. Is New Orleans Worth Rebuilding?

    long-term human sustainability. Geographicallly speaking, New Orleans is definitely not worth rebuilding. First of all, it is important to note that hurricanes are only part of the problem of New Orleans. The city of New Orleans has the lowest elevation in Louisiana, and the third lowest point in the United...

  17. Hurricanes and Global Warming

    there has been a focus on hurricanes because they have gradually gotten stronger in the past years. Scientists became more alarmed during the latest hurricane seasons because they believe they have seen the effects of the global temperatures on hurricanes. In recent years hurricanes ravaged the earth breaking...

  18. Hurricanes and Tornadoes

    Hurricanes and tornados are both devastating forces of nature. Both weather phenomenon cause great amounts of damage and destruction. One of the most common misconceptions is that both hurricanes and tornados are simply different names for the same thing. However, that is not true. They both do share...

  19. Hurricane Katrina

    4th 2013 The Impact of Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Katrina was one of the deadliest and most destructive Atlantic tropical cyclones in history. Hurricane Katrina occured during the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. As one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States...

  20. Hurricane Versus Tornado

    Hurricanes versus Tornadoes Hurricanes and tornadoes are considered to be natural storms that develop do to the atmosphere change, however, each type of storm is a disaster and devastation claiming many lives among family and friends each year. One storm comes from in the water, the second...

  21. Hurricane Charley

    crushed, roofs gone, thousands of people without power, cars damaged, people dieing. Hurricane Charley was perhaps one of most devastating events that I have ever experienced, in my entire life. The next morning after hurricane Charley hit, we drove outside and saw the devastating remains that Charley left...

  22. Outside Listening Activity

    understand the impact and effects of Hurricane Katrina, in hopes to increase my active listening skills by the end of the semester for COMS class. 2.) The speech was given in topical order. The first main point was the lifestyles of HBCU students before Hurricane Katrina hit. The second main point dealt...

  23. HurricanesbyAndrewHart

      Hurricanes by: Andrew Hart       Top image:​Hurricane forming over the ocean Bottom image: ​ Lockheed Martin WC - 130J Hercules which is the most common Hurricane Hunter aircraft   What Are Hurricanes? A hurricane is a storm with swirling winds that blow over 74 miles an hour. This storm is highly...

  24. Hurricanes:greatest storms on earth

    Hurricanes: The greatest storm on earth Few things in nature can compare to the destructive force of a hurricane. Called the greatest storm on Earth, a hurricane is capable of attacking coastal areas with crazy winds of 155 miles per hour or higher, wicked areas of rainfall, and a storm surge...

  25. Two Different Poems Related to Two Different Cultures

    write about two different poems which are related to different cultures. One is “Presents from my aunt in Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi and another is “Hurricane hits England” by Grace Nichols. “Present from my aunt in Pakistan” is about a girl, who is not sure what’s her fixed nationality is. However, she...

  26. Hurricanes

    Hurricanes By Jarry Ahmad Hurricanes are very dangerous and catastrophic storms. They are caused when warm, moist air over the ocean rises up from near the surface and creates low air pressure above the water. The high air pressure from the surrounding areas fills in where the low air pressure...

  27. a preventable disaster

           Every year there is a season that any coastal state must be weary of, Hurricane season. Although, everyone knows when the hurricane season begins and the possible catastrophes that lie with-in, year in and year out we turn a blind-eye to our preparation efforts for mega storms...

  28. Hurricanes

    Hurricanes A hurricane is one of the most severe storms areas in our country have to endure. They can easily damage millions of dollars of property and even kill anyone in their paths. A hurricane is a tropical low pressure area and has winds over 74 miles per hour (120 kilometers per hour). Hurricanes...

  29. SCI 275 Week 1 DQ 2

    Environmental science involves the fields of science, economics, and politics. Take a current environmental issue, such as the long-term cleanup from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, and examine it from the scientific, economic, and political perspectives. Which perspective do you think wins out and why...

  30. Hurricane floyd

    A hurricane is easily the most powerful storm that mother-nature can throw at us. Every year people who live on the coasts fight hurricanes with no dismay. A hurricane is simply too strong. Their winds reach speeds of 75 mph. The winds around the eye wall can reach 130 to 150 mph. They are 200 to 300...