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Full course notes for the optional topic of senior science, organised by dot points, diagrams included

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Disasters
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Meteorology Physical geography Nature Seismology Vortices Storm Natural disaster Earthquake Bushfires in Australia Wildfire Ash Wednesday bushfires Drought
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Meteorology Physical geography Nature Seismology Vortices Storm Natural disaster Earthquake Bushfires in Australia Wildfire Ash Wednesday bushfires Drought
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➢ Meteorological→ Weather ➢ Geological, → Land e.g. earthquake ➢ Extra-terrestrial→ Meteors ➢ Biological→ Diseases ➢ Most economically draining- Floods ➢ Most deaths- Heatwave • Identify a range of natural disasters, with the aid of specific Australian examples • Gather, process and analyse information from secondary sources to create a database of natural disasters that have occurred within Australia since 1970 to include: – When it occurred – Where it occurred – Consequences of the disaster – Techniques employed to reduce the incidence of damage next time – Techniques employed to monitor disaster in the future Name Occurrence Consequences Reduce Furthe...
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