Hurricane damage

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  • Tham khảo sách 'aquarium plants: their identification, cultivation and ecology', khoa học tự nhiên, công nghệ sinh học phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Since the 1930s, the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture) Forest Service’s International Institute of Tropical Forestry (the Institute) has studied mahogany and its management. In the 1960s, F.B. Lamb, the author of the classic book on mahogany (1966), was an Institute collaborator. Before gene flow and genetic erosion became popular terms, my predecessor Frank Wadsworth established a gene bank at the Luquillo Experimental Forest.

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  • àm cho ai, cái gì bị làm sao) Ví dụ: Working all night on Friday made me tired on Saturday. The hurricane caused many water front houses damaged. - Đằng sau động từ to make còn có thể dùng 1 tính từ. To make smb / smth + adjective Ví dụ: Wearing flowers made her more beautiful. Đi theo h​ớ ng này thì động từ to find có thể dùng theo công thức: To find + smb/ smth + adjective (P1- P2) Nếu là phân từ 1 sẽ mang tính chủ động còn phân từ 2 mang tính bị động....

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  • Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, landslides and volcanic eruptions—and the devastation they inflict—are all too familiar to the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. In the last decade, natural disasters have caused more than 45,000 deaths in the region, left 40 million injured or in need of assistance, and carried a price tag—in direct damage alone—of more than US$20 billion.1 The health sector has proven particularly vulnerable to such havoc.

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  • Every week there is a new virus, or a financial collapse, a catastrophic hurricane or a drastic increase in food shortages, and the ramifications that follow rumble on through days and months, sometimes years, brushing by some people and hitting others square on. Climate change and rapid population growth – a potent, foreboding pair – are already delivering blows that are sudden and staggering; they are also causing cumulative, damaging environmental change that makes people’s everyday lives increasingly difficult.

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  • Developed countries in lower latitudes will be more vulnerable - for example, water availability and crop yields in southern Europe are expected to decline by 20% with a 2°C increase in global temperatures. Regions where water is already scarce will face serious difficulties and growing costs. The increased costs of damage from extreme weather (storms, hurricanes, typhoons, floods, droughts, and heat waves) counteract some early benefits of climate change and will increase rapidly at higher temperatures.

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  • Late in 2005, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, U.S. newspapers were filled with speculation as to whether New Orleans would continue to exist as a great and unique American city. Levee and floodwall failure had inundated large parts of the city and resulted in more than 1,500 deaths and catastrophic damage to property and the economy. In 2011, extreme amounts of precipitation, inadequate levees, and possible mismanagement of reservoirs contributed to widespread flooding around Bangkok, Thailand.

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