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What are the effect of cyclone is there any prevention?
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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Typical Effects Of Cyclone First, in a sudden, brief onslaught, high winds cause major damage to infrastructure and housing, in particular fragile constructions. They are gene…rally followed by heavy rains and floods, and in flat coastal areas by storm surge riding on tidal waves and inundating the land over long distances of even upto 15km inland. Physical damage - Structures will be damaged or destroyed by the wind force, flooding and storm surge. Light pitched roofs of most structures especially the ones fitted on to industrial buildings will suffer severe damage. Casualties and public health - Caused by flooding and flying elements, contamination of water supplies may lead to viral outbreaks, diarrhea and malaria. Water supplies - Ground and piped water supply may get contaminated by flood waters. Crops and food supplies - High winds and rains will ruin the standing crop and food stock lying in low lying areas. Plantation type crops such as banana and coconut are extremely vulnerable. Salt from the sea water maybe deposited on the agricultural land and increase ht salinity. The loss of the crop may lead to acute food shortage. Communication - Severe disruption in the communication links as the wind may bring down the electricity and communication towers, electricity and telephone poles, telephone lines, antennas and satellite disk and broadcasting services. Transport lines (road and rail) may be curtailed. Relief materials may not reach the affected site.
im glenna mari and i answer the harmful effects of tropica cyclone..... 1.heavy rain 2.strong wind 3.tornadoes 4.land fall 5.large storm surge
300,000 to 500,000 dead; 47% of the population killed. $86.4 million of damage. Trees and houses ripped up and destroyed. 65% of fisheries wiped out.
The impact of Cyclone Larry on the people was devastating for some. People have been psychologically traumatised due to any of the following: * The destruction of buildin…gs, resulting in any number of people suddenly finding themselves homeless. * People had to leave the area which means they suffer the loss of everything they have ever known - home, their possessions, sometimes pets, even some family members. This causes immeasurable grief. * Livelihoods were lost. The wiping out of banana crops and other farming industries meant some families were left without an income with which to even rebuild.
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.
The total effects of Larry were nearly A$1 billion in damage and one fatality. It destroyed the region's banana plantations. Consequently Australians had to pay astronomical p…rices for bananas for around a year. North Queensland's tropical fruit, sugar cane and avocado farm industries also suffered, and took some time to rebuild. Environmental effects included the following: * damage to the Great Barrier Reef, by way of broken and dislodged coral, damaged vegetation and beaches * fish and marine animals suffocated when their gills were filled with mud which resulted from the turbulent waters * extensive damage to rainforests, particularly rainforest remnants (which were less protected), not only by way of damaged trees and animal habitats. but by the intrusion of pervasive weeds and non-native plants from other areas; these weeds, such as Miconia, smother native plants and alter the structure of the environment
You can only prepare for a cyclone, you can't prevent one. They are acts of nature that humans have no control over.
Cyclones can have considerable impacts both on the land as well as in the ocean. Strong winds and torrential rains can devastate the landscape by causing major erosion, as wel…l as moving debris at high speeds. This can be dangerous for living creatures that may be struck by fast moving debris. A cyclone's power can also impact on fragile ecosystems in the ocean such as coral reefs, causing damage that may take decades to recover. Cyclones have the capacity to impact on hundreds of kilometres of coastline and surrounding areas. Although they will gradually lose their strength whilst over the land, the resultant flooding has a massive effect on both fauna and flora.
prevention from cyclone
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cyclones can destroy habitat for animals. They can also destroy housing, food, and water sources for people. Cyclones can bring in new plant species by carrying seeds in t…he wind.
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.