Terraced Farming helps prevent free flowing avalanches of water. These avalanches take plants and everything in their path with them.
don't live close to a snowy mountain
you preidict avalanches because they are avalanches
It is best if preventative measures are taken to prevent avalanches, rather than trying to recover from them. However, to be safe at all times, you should be prepared and have safety gear.
you can prevent it by following things:by building barrier or fences at specific place very it can get start, the barrier or fences helps it to stop the avalanches,by snow skiing only in the summer,and use bomb or anything else so that the avalanches occur at that time but after that it won't come.
the way a avalanches stronger is the higher the mountain the bigger the avalanches
The Avalanches was created in 1997.
Avalanches ocur in mountainous areas.
Avalanches happen all over the world.
avalanches occur in the mountains
Yes. Avalanches can be very devastating to the people near.
Avalanches are most common in colorado
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there were many avalanches in Switzerland last year.
avalanches can destroy peoples homes and they can snow them in and they cant get out so
Avalanches can be effected on land by snow banks in you backyard.
avalanches are quite common but only in snowy and hilly or mountainous areas
Avalanches are most likely to occur in the alpine regions of France, Switzerland and Austria. However avalanches can occur on any steep slope, considering the factors. Within the U.S, Alaska, Colorado and Utah are the states that avalanches occur most often.
Avalanches are deadly because they could bury you under the snow and you could never get out from under there... I can't think of any avalanches that aren't really deadly though...
Avalanches come from the English language which means desent. It comes from avalantze in the Romansch.
Avalanches take place on the slopes of large mountains, such as the Rockies or the Himalayas.
Avalanches can fall at a top speed of about 200 miles per hour.