Hurricanes

Emily Simmons

How a tornado is formed

Moist, warm air above the ocean rise and cool forming clouds. Air from the oceans surface rushes in to the space caused by the upward motition of the warm air. This begins a spiral upward causing wind. And when the winds reach up to 74 miles an hour it is upgraded to a hurricane

Main features of hurricanes

A hurricane may have torrential rains, high winds, and a storm surge as it approaches land.

Negative effects of a hurricane on an ecosystem

it can completely dis foliate forests and destroy habitats

positive effects of a hurricane on a ecosystem

a hurricane provides 25 percent or more available rainfall to places like japan india and south east asia

The ability to predict a hurricane

it would give people the time to evacuate the the area
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