Natural disasters occur every year all over the world. They are destructive and often deadly, and most are unpredictable. Eyewitness Disaster provides information about natural disasters through eyewitness accounts from survivors and rescue workers. the books in this series look at the causes and consequences of natural disasters and how these events affect people and the environment. Each book also discusses what scientists are studying in the hopes of being able to more accurately predict volcanic eruptions, the paths of hurricanes, and other natural disasters. Readers will also get tips on how to prepare for future natural disasters.
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