Hurricane Irma Presentation with American Male Audio.

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I have completed the presentation. I need you to add the Male Audio Voice to my PowerPoint slides (I have about 12 slides). If Possible a deep American male voice or you can use yours. Thanks

Presentation requirements:

  • Your presentation will be submitted as an audio-narrated PowerPoint. For instructions on how to create audio narration in PowerPoint, see the following link: Record a Slide Show With Narration. Audio narration is a requirement!
  • There must be a visual element (e.g., photos, videos, graphs, figures).
  • Your presentation must contain approximately 10-15 slides (excluding references) and run approximately 5-10 minutes.
  • Please note that less than 10% of your presentation should contain direct quotes.
  • Proper use and pronunciation of scientific terminology are required. For help with pronunciation, see this link: Meriam-Webster Medical Dictionary
  • Be sure to properly cite your work, both internal to the presentation as well as within the reference slide (this includes photos, graphs, figures, videos, etc.).
  • All references listed on the reference slide should be cited internally within the presentation, and vice versa.
  • You will submit this presentation to your classmates to review and discuss as a part of the Week Eight Forum.

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Hurricane Irma Presentation Marc P. Austin American Military University 20 December 2018 Introduction This was a category four hurricane that hit Florida on Sept. 10, 2017. • • • It ripped roofs, coastal cities, and displaced over 6.8 million people. It weakened by 11th of September, powering towards Alabama and Georgia. Ranking of past hurricanes and their magnitude Effects  In the Caribbean, 38 people died.  34 people lost lives in Florida  4 people died in S. Carolina, and 1 in N. Carolina  This is one f the costliest hurricane that have hit the US.  According to the National Hurricane Centre, the cost of damage was $ 50 billion. How did it develop?  It started in August 30th from Cape Verde Islands.  Irma started from tropical waves that had developed in the West Africa coast a day earlier.  Within 24 hours, it had transformed into category 2 storm.  By September 4th, it had turned to a category 4 and its strength kept on increasing.  The affected areas experienced floods with heavy damage.  By September 8th, the hurricane downgraded to category 4, but maintained the winds at 150mph.  It weakened to tropical storm, and then, a depression. What could have led to this hurricane?  Global warming is attributed to this hurricane.  The rising of the sea levels is a likely event that caused the flooding.  In Florida, the sea level has rose six times faster compared to the average.  The high temperatures melted the Antarctica’s ice caps.  In August 2017, the temperatures in Florida were very high.  Global warming has an affect on the normal weather patterns.  Thus, climate change contributed to the destructions caused by the hurricane. IRMA: FORECAST ON AUGUST 30 Affected areas  Irma tracked the Northwest of Caribbean  It affected the west coast of Florida and Georgia  Also, I affected Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi  The effects of the storm spilled over to Tennessee Timeline  ➢ 0n Wednesday , Sept 6th It hit Barbuda and Antigua, destroying homes of over 100, 000 people. ➢ By 8 am it hit areas of St. Kitts, Anguilla, Nevis, and St. Martin. ➢ By 2 pm , it affected US virgin Islands, and British Virgin Islands  Sept 7th ➢ Maintained category 5 with wind of 175mh ➢ Affected areas of Haiti, Dominican Republic, Turk and Caucus. Extensive damage was recorded. Timeline ➢ On September 8, it affected Bahamas and Cuba as a category five. ➢ On Saturday and Sunday of September 9th and 10th, it hit Florida Keys and Florida mainland respectively. ➢ Irma weakened by 11th September towards Alabama and Georgia. ➢ On 12th September, it moved through Georgia to Tennessee and Mississippi. ➢ By September 13th, the hurricane has dissipated over Tennessee. Florida Destination Intensity of the Hurricane  The hurricane was a storm of category five.  The winds were 185 miles per hour and they lasted for 37 hours.  The winds stretched across over 200 miles.  The cloud field covered 30, 000 squire miles.  The hurricane held over seven trillion watts of energy.  Its force was very powerful and it was recorded by the earthquake seismographs. Deaths and Damages by Territory References Bacopoulos, P. (2017). Extreme low and high waters due to a large and powerful tropical cyclone: Hurricane Irma (2017). Natural Hazards, 130. Bengtsson, L. (2001). Hurricane threats. Science, 293(5529), 440-441. Blake, E. S., Kimberlain, T. B., Berg, R. J., Cangialosi, J. P., & Beven, J. L. (2013). Tropical cyclone report hurricane sandy (AL182012). National Hurricane Centre. Bronstert, A., Niehoff, D., & Bürger, G. (2017). Effects of climate and land‐use change on storm runoff generation: present knowledge and modelling capabilities. Hydrological processes, 16(2), 509-529. Hurricane Irma. (2017). In Irma, Emergency Responders New Tools: Twitter and Facebook. Martin, S. J. (2017). Landscape of Displacement and Place. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 7(2), 157159. References Papachristou, D. (2018). North Atlantic Hurricane Clustering: A New Reality?. Rappaport, E. N., Franklin, J. L., Avila, L. A., Baig, S. R., Beven, J. L., Blake, E. S., ... & Landsea, C. W. (2018). Advances and challenges at the National Hurricane Center. Weather and Forecasting, 24(2), 395-419 ...
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Hurricane Irma Presentation
Marc P. Austin
American Military University
20 December 2018

Introduction
This was a category four hurricane that hit Florida on Sept. 10, 2017.





It ripped roofs, coastal cities, and displaced over 6.8 million people.

It weakened by 11th of September, powering towards Alabama and Georgia.

Ranking of past hurricanes and their magnitude

Effects


In the Caribbean, 38 people died.



34 people lost lives in Florida



4 people died in S. Carolina, and 1 in N. Carolina



This is one f the costliest hurricane that have hit the US.



According to the National Hurricane Centre, the cost of damage was $ 50
billion.

How did it develop?



It started in August 30th from Cape Verde Islands.



Irma started from tropical waves that had developed in the West Africa coast
a day earlier.



Within 24 hours, it...

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