My “Sister” Ligia Math Natural Disasters 1. C 1. Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi 2. G 2. 33:1,169 3. 2.82% 3. A 4. We live in a region with one of the highest 4. F number of tornadoes. 5. C 5. 45 6. G 6. 76.05 7. C 7. No, 2008 has the highest number of tornadoes, 8. F 1692, and only 126 deaths, while 2011 has 553 deaths and 1691 tornadoes. 9. D 8. Time series 10. J 9. Bar graph 11. B 10. Line graph 12. J 11. A 13. B 12. A, ~5 billion dollars 14. H 13. B 15. C 14. The graph shows less frequent extreme temperature, drought, and fire throughout the last 30 years. Spinning Thunderstorms What Happened to Notre-Dame’s Precious 1. B Art and Artifacts? 2. A What might be the cultural and socio-economic fallout 3. C of having not saved the relics and artifacts that belong in Notre Dame? How has this incident served to prove that 4. D we must protect international treasures? 5. A 6. D France’s economy relies heavily on the tourism that it’s 7. B historical sites provide. Without the art and relics that 8. A swirling, funnel-shaped column of tourists come to see, France’s economy would receive a wind major blow. Public servants who witnessed the fire formed a “human chain” and risked their lives to save 9. Yes, a radio wave can be sent out and precious relics such as the Crown of Thorns and the bounce off of the tornado and Blessed Sacrament. The protection of international surrounding precipitation and return to treasures not only protects our history; it also protects the radar unit. This tells scientists how our future. If we do not learn from our history we are far away it is, and can be used to warn doomed to repeat it. those who are in danger. Is Social Media Ruining Nature? Hurricane Quartet 1. Inexperienced visitors tend to leave 1. C trash, cause traffic jams, and damage 2. A 3. D the environment. 4. A 2. They are encouraging others to be respectful on public land 3. Think about it. Take in the environment and think about whether you should post an exact location or something general. 4. You can help by bringing awareness to the area and encouraging others to be respectful.