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Staff. 1980. “No water of two days in north.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. August, 6. pp. 2-3. AltSource:

Harris, M. 1980. “Chaos hits Careenage as 20 vessels sink.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. August, 5. pp. 1-3. AltSource:

Harris, M. 1980. “Allen wrecks farm.” Barbados Advocate.Bridgetown:                        Barbados. August, 7. pp. 1.

Tropical System

Date: August 4, 1980

Location: Barbados

Cause: Tropical System

Source:

Staff. 1980. “Storm causes damage.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. October, 6. pp. 1-2. AltSource:

Staff. 1980. “Cleanup continues.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. October, 7. pp. 1.

Tropical Storm Emily

Date: September 20, 1987

Location: Barbados

Cause: Hurricane

Source

CRED. 2004. “EM-DAT: the OFDA/CRED international disaster data base.Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED): Brussles: Belgium. Found on: April 8, 2004. Found at: http://www.em-dat.net/.

AltSource:

Staff. 1987. “Tropical storm Emily.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. September, 22. pp. 1-7.

Hurricane Gabrielle

Date: September 4, 1989

Location: arbados

Cause: Hurricane Gabrielle

Source:

Vasco, P. 1989. “It’s too rough at Cattlewash.” Barbados Advocate.

Bridgetown: Barbados. Sept. 5. pp 2-5.

AltSource:

Staff. 1989. “Clean-up time on east coast.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. Sept. 6. pp 24.

Hurricane Marylin

Date: September 18, 1995

Location: Barbados

Cause: Hurricane

Source

CRED. 2004. “EM-DAT: the OFDA/CRED international disaster data base.Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED): Brussles: Belgium. Found on: April 8, 2004. Found at: http://www.em-dat.net/.

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