A natural phenomenon is an observable event which is not man-made. Examples
include: sunrise, weather, fog, thunder, tornadoes; biological processes, ...
Anything that isn't a man-made event is a natural phenomenon. Hurricanes,
earthquakes, the aurora borealis, volcanic eruptions, floods, avalanches, meteor
Natural disasters are extreme, sudden events caused by environmental factors
that injure people and damage property. Earthquakes, windstorms, floods, and ...
Apr 28, 2009 ... From Red Tides to Fire Whirls, some of the strangest, most interesting natural
phenomena on earth. (amazing nature, natural scences, amazing ...
This page describes some aspects of weather and natural phenomena. Beaufort
wind force scale - old descriptions (land and sea) and speeds. Waves.
Natural Disasters Quiz ... While hurricanes, droughts, floods, and storm surges
are natural events, the degree of disaster is often now heavily influenced by ...
Natural Disasters happen all around the world. They are not limited to one
specific country or climate. There are many types of Natural Hazards/Disasters
Oct 20, 2007 ... The earth's weather is very mysterious. One day it is sunny the next it is raining. In
fact, sometimes as you are driving down the road, you hit the ...
... many tests. Science explanations describe the mechanisms for natural events.
... Laws are regularities or mathematical descriptions of natural phenomena.
Silver Vein II: Primary Areas of Focused Inquiry; Brief Description of Learning
Objective: Students will be able to explain the processes by which the natural