Hurricane Essay Examples

The Caribbean emigrants

On the other hand, the author shows in the poem ‘Island Man’ this feeling connected to the Caribbean, the way the Caribbean is described inspires happiness, colours and relaxation, just the way the man feels and sees in his dreams. This can be seen when Grace Nichols says: ‘wakes up to the sea of blue… View Article

Hurricane: The Cause and How to Predict them

The official preparations for hurricane activity start during February 1st, which is 4 months before the occurrence of expected hurricane activity (Elsner, Murnane & Gagger 2006 1). There are various approaches available in order to predict the even of hurricane in a certain area. The topographical settings, rainfall, and ocean activities are the factors observed… View Article

Hurricane Andrew

The power of hurricanes has been amply demonstrated in recent years, as major storms have pounded Caribbean island nations and the US mainland. Hurricane Andrew, which struck south Florida on 24 August 1992, ranks as the most costly storm disaster in US history, with long-term estimates of losses exceeding $30 billion. Estimates of losses if… View Article

Controversial Subject Rebuttal

On August 29, 2005, the Gulf Coast was struck with one of the most unforgettable natural disasters in American History. The effects of Hurricane Katrina have been shattering and long-lasting. However, could the question been plausibly raised whether or not to rebuild New Orleans? Evidently it was. Lance Winslow, freelance writer, from California did just… View Article

The stages in some types of storms (hurricane)

A hurricane is a wheather system that is usually described as a funnel of warm wet air, when warm moist air rises and encounter with the cooler air, it causes the warm water vapor to condense and form rain drops and dark clouds. Most hurricanes that occur in the Atlantic develops off the west coast… View Article

Essay on the Hurricane Sandy

Hurricanes get their start over the warm tropical waters of the North Atlantic Ocean near the equator. Most hurricanes appear in late summer or early fall, when sea temperatures are at their highest. Hurricanes only form over really warm ocean water of 80°F or warmer. The atmosphere (the air) must cool off very quickly the… View Article

Hurricane Sandy Effect Ny Economy

On October 29th, 2012 the Northeastern United States experienced a devastating natural disaster, known as Hurricane Sandy. This hurricane did not only affect the East Coast, but also the Mid-Atlantic and the United States as a whole. Hurricane Sandy resulted in conditions where people struggled everyday just to live. A very crucial and controversial issue… View Article