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9. Examples of tornados and characteristics of their consequences. Date and place of tornado Consequences 26 April 1896. Bangladesh. 1,300 people perished, several villages were ruined. 15 May 1896. USA: Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kentucky. A series of tornados. In Texas, 22 houses were ruined and two people perished. The tornado was most active in the region of Red River, where 50 houses were ruined and 73 people perished. Their bodies were taken away by the tornado to a distance of >1 km. 27 May 1896.

USA, Texas Unfavorable weather with hail. Oman Floods: the most powerful of the last 10 years. Washed-out roads. Bangladesh Unfavorable weather with hail. Argentina Flood. 30,000 buildings ruined or damaged. USA, Midwest Tornados, heat, thunderstorms. India Heat and drought. Bangladesh The temperature reached 508C. Pakistan Heavy losses to agriculture. Sri Lanka Floods. 8, tsunami. About 100,000 buildings ruined or damaged; 200,000 people homeless; more than 10,000 people wounded. China Floods.

Maximum height is 1,664 m, and the depth of ravines varies from 200±1,000 m. Steep slopes not less than 358 without vegetation are sources of snow avalanches. The annual sum of precipitation, depending on the height, varies from 400±600 mm to 1,200±1,600 mm, which favors an accumulation of large snow masses. As in the Byrranga mountains, in winter, in some places the height of snow cover reaches 120 cm with a density of 350± 400 kg mÀ3 . However, in contrast to the Byrranga mountains, the Putorana mountains have a more complicated vegetative cover.

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