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Impact of Hurricanes in Florida By: Anonymous IMPACT OF HURRICANES IN FLORIDA INTRODUCTION According to the National Hurricane Center, a hurricane releases heat energy at a rate of 50 trillion to 200 trillion watts, which is equivalent to the energy from exploding 10 megaton bombs every 20 minutes. With such strength, it is no wonder why these natural disasters have such large destructive impacts on the environment. Furthermore, hurricanes are of extreme importance to Florida, since they have historically …

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…of hurricanes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography** Bibliography Baker, Earl. Hurricanes and Coastal Storms. “Coping With Hurricane Evacuation Difficulties.” Florida Sea Grant College: 1980. NHC Hurricane Andrew. [] NHC Hurricane Gordon. [] Pielke, Roger. The Hurricane. Routledge: New York. 1990. Simpson, Robert. The Hurricane and Its Impact. Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge. 1981. Stormfax Weather Almanac. [] USA TODAY ONLINE. []