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Damage to properties and crops is the main effect of a cyclone. Flooding and storm surges can also apply. There can be some preparation, tieing down heavy objects, chopping down trees close to your house. In Australia, tropical cyclone warning systems are in place to keep residents informed on the movements of a cyclone, including the severity, were it is predicted to go and much more.
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the possible effects of cyclone are depending on its catergory but catergory one still not only effects the town but people too.
The main destructive effects of tropical cyclones include heavy rain, strong winds and large storm surges at landfall. Assuming you mean the weather formation, the effects can… be as little as nothing (just as tornadoes may never touch down and do no damage) but they can also cause massive destruction. A hurricane is another name for a tropical cyclone (although in other places a cyclone is another name for a hurricane), so most people are aware of the devastation Hurricane Katrina caused. Massive flooding and houses destroyed, all that good stuff.
You cannot prevent a cyclone. It is a natural phenomenon that cannot be stopped. All a community can do is heed the warnings, which are usually able to be issued several d…ays in advance, and brace for its effects.
There are several things that have a negative effect on a cyclone. High pressure fronts have a tendency to weaken a cyclone. When a cyclone passes over land, it weakens be…cause it has no water for heat.
A cyclone is a swirling atmospheric disturbance that rotates the same direction as the Earth rotates. Main effects of cyclones include the strong winds and heavy rain the …storms bring. Other effects of these dangerous storms include flooding and storm surges.
we cannot, given our technological level, prevent any weather of any sort.
The main destructive effects of tropical cyclones include heavy rain, strong winds, large storm surges at landfall, and tornadoes.
cyclones effect mostly people in the southern hemisphere because people in the northern hemisphere call them hurricanes
Assuming you mean the weather formation, the effects can be as little as nothing (just as tornadoes may never touch down and do no damage) but they can also cause massive dest…ruction. A hurricane is another name for a tropical cyclone (although in other places a cyclone is another name for a hurricane), so most people are aware of the devastation Hurricane Katrina caused. Massive flooding and houses destroyed, all that good stuff.
we should stay away from wall hangings and other things which are heavy and hung with a hook or a screw. in a frequent cyclone struck area we can built houses of mud and dry g…rass. we should keep in touch with the local radio, telephone, television and other communicative processes. we can take all over important belongings with us to an open ground (such as documents, cell phones, jewellery, etc...). after the cyclone is over and if we are safe then we can help the people who are in trouble. we should also follow the processes that the helping committee says.
I think so. In order for a country to declare war it must think that it has a legitimate reason to do so and it must think there is a chance it can succeed. The best way to pr…event war is to make everyone else think they are "lesser than" and that it would be hopeless and frivolous to start a war. Intimidation and oppression can go a long way if done properly.
No, there is no effective way of stopping a cyclone. Humans do not have the resources to stop or prevent something so large and so powerful, whether it is a tropical, or extra…tropical cyclone.
You can only prepare for a cyclone, you can't prevent one. They are acts of nature that humans have no control over.
Weather phenomena are powerful things, and humanity is still far away from any realistic and reliable weather control. So no, cyclone Pam, or any other cyclone, could not …be prevented. What is POSSIBLE though, is to have warning systems, evacuation plans and shelters, to prevent and reduce the risk to humans as far as possible.