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NATURAL DISASTERS Documentary g’ gymnasiou 2011 E4-Krokou. TOPICS PRESENTED: AVALANCHES Katerina Hatzistamati 2. HEAT WAVES Fenia Papadopoulou 3. LIMNIC ERUPTIONS Tasos Haskaris 4. FLOODS Victor Markopoulos 5. BLIZZARDS Aggeliki Spetsieri. 6. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Georgos Vojiatsis

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Natural disasters documentary g gymnasiou 2011 e4 krokou

NATURAL DISASTERSDocumentaryg’ gymnasiou 2011E4-Krokou


TOPICS PRESENTED:

  • AVALANCHES

    KaterinaHatzistamati

    2. HEAT WAVES

    FeniaPapadopoulou

    3. LIMNIC ERUPTIONS

    TasosHaskaris

    4. FLOODS

    Victor Markopoulos

    5. BLIZZARDS

    AggelikiSpetsieri


6. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS

GeorgosVojiatsis

7. SPACE DISASTERS

Stephanos Markopoulos

8. TROPICAL CYCLONIC STORMS

KarolosKorfiatis

9. TORNADOES

Marianna Aggelopoulou

10. TSUNAMIS

PenyDionissioti







Natural disasters floods

Natural Disasters - Floods

by Victor Markopoulos


Natural disasters blizzard

Natural DisastersBlizzard

Aggeliki Spetsieri

G2’/G





RUSSIAN SPACE PROGRAM

Vladimir Komarov (Soyuz 1)








NASA

Challenger Crew





Space Shuttle Columbia

The crew of STS-107 on launch day

Columbia lifting off on its final mission. The light-coloured triangle visible at the base of the strut is the Left Bipod Foam Ramp.


Columbia at approximately 0857. Debris is already starting to come off from the left wing.

Columbia debris (in red, orange, and yellow) detected by National Weather Service radar over Texas and Louisiana


Challenger to come off from the left wing. begins to disintegrate.


Challenger explosion to come off from the left wing.


Tropical cyclonic storms

Tropical Cyclonic Storms to come off from the left wing.

HurricanesMade by Karolos Korfiatis


Hurricanes
Hurricanes to come off from the left wing.

  • Dangerous or not?


More info
More info… to come off from the left wing.


Natural disasters tsunamis

NATURAL DISASTERS-TSUNAMIS to come off from the left wing.


Thank you for your time.... to come off from the left wing.

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2011-2012


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