"Water, Water Everywhere, And Not a Drop To Drink" Or Can You Survive a Flood?
Students examine the different causes of floods while identifying areas that are at risk. They study how to prepare for potential flooding in areas at risk. They explain ways in which FEMA helps flood victims.
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