Effects of Avalanches?


Avalanches can cause death, damage properties and interrupt transportation corridors. In a harsh winter, avalanches can close mountain highways. Recreation and ski regions can also close due to avalanches or the dangers of avalanches.
Q&A Related to "Effects of Avalanches?"
An avalanche is a rapid tumbling of snow down a hill by forceful causes or natural causes. Avalanches cause many deaths in the United States and in other countries with a high volume
Avalanches can be effected on land by snow banks in you backyard.
An avalanche refers to the sudden flow of a mass of snow down a slope. Avalanches release up to 300,000 cubic yards of snow, according to NSIDC. Most avalanches in the United States
Acid rain has many harmful affects to the Earth. Including trres, shrubs, surface waters and the aquatic animals that live in, and automobile coverings, and much more.
1 Additional Answer
Avalanches can lead to loss of life, property destruction, and disruption of transportation corridors. During a harsh winter, avalanches can close up mountain highways. Recreation and ski regions can also close as a result of avalanches or the warning of avalanches.
Explore this Topic
The effects of an earthquake range from mild to severe and include structural damage, damaged gas lines, tidal waves, fires, avalanches and flooding. The amount ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com