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Unformatted text preview: that are pushing their way across the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. These are extremely powerful and large in size, all reaching thousands of feet in height. Along with other natural disasters, many volcanic eruptions will partake. These eruptions occurring off shore can create new land masses. The forecast for this week, Wildfires abundant with a chance of ash fall. Tsunamis will be approaching northern parts of the east coast soon. Next week, we can expect most of the fires to continue to be burning. Tsunamis already made landfall causing mass destruction. Next month the ash will have covered the skies making everything dark day in and day out. In a year the ash will stay the same. Plant life will struggle to survive with the lack of sunlight. In the result of no vegetation, animal life will begin to start fading away and human life will cease to exist....
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course GEOL 2002 taught by Professor Harris during the Spring '09 term at Georgia State.
- Spring '09