Cleaning Up After Natural Disasters
By: Regan Kennedy
Landmass- A continent or another large piece of land
Sewage- A form of waste that is taken away from homes and buildings by drains, or pipes.
Sanitation- Process that keeps an area from being dirty, and causing diseases.
Graphic from the Textbook
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- Hurricanes begin to become weak when they hit land due to lack of warm water
- Cleaning up after a hurricane can be very difficult because there is a lot of damage, and it also cost a lot of money and time.
- First step of cleaning up is to help/rescue those who are injured and give them food, shelter, and clothing.
- The next step is to drain the flooded areas, repair the sewage lines, restore electrical power, and knock down damaged buildings.
After Hurricane Patricia