Severe weather natural hazards include bushfire, severe storms, floods and tropical cyclones. Geological natural hazards include earthquake, tsunami and landside. A natural hazard is dangerous and poses the threat of causing injury, loss of life, and creating damage to property, agriculture and the environment.
Erosion and sedimentation
Tephra (ash, cinders, lapilli)
Projectiles and lateral blasts
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Drought impact many countries around the world. In poorer countries, drought causes severe famine and death for residents. Even in large developed countries, the natural hazard of drought impacts many. This video shows the impacts of the Californian Drought.
Images of the fire - Among Australia's worst bush fire disasters.
Black Saturday was a series of bushfires that ignited or were burning across Victoria on 7 February 2009. The fires occurred during extreme bushfire-weather conditions and resulted in Australia's highest ever loss of life from a bushfire; there were 173 direct identified fatalities, This figure was later increased to 180 fatalities after several people succumbed to their injuries. Many were left homeless as a result.
Australia is a land of drought and flood. These drone images are of the recent Townsville flood.