Unformatted text preview: Madagascar. Elita dropped heavy rainfall of over 200 mm (8 inches), which damaged or destroyed thousands of houses in Madagascar. Over 50,000 people were left homeless, primarily in Mahajanga and Toliara provinces. Flooding from the storm damaged or destroyed more than 450 km 2 (170 sq mi) of agricultural land, including important crops for food. Across the island, the cyclone caused at least 33 deaths. Elsewhere, the cyclone brought rainfall and damage to Mozambique and Malawi , while its outer circulation produced rough seas and strong winds in Seychelles , Mauritius , and Réunion . ( more. .. )...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course CHEM 22896 taught by Professor Robinson during the Spring '09 term at Stark State.
- Spring '09