For this project, my group and I decided to focus on tornadoes as our natural disaster. We created a physical tornado with tin foil and cotton balls. Within the winds of the tornadoes, a tree and animals are trapped inside. This represents how tornadoes affects the biosphere, which are animals, humans, the environment, and fundamentally all living organisms. From this project, I learned that earth's systems are interconnected with each other, and if one system fails or creates a natural disaster, it can lead to a spiraling domino affect on dependent systems. For example, a tornado is created from cold and warm winds colliding together in the atmosphere. These strong winds can pick up rocks affecting the geosphere and can injure the biosphere, such as humans and animals. With an understanding like this for natural disaster. You can easily take precautions and put yourself in less of harm's way. As well as preparing for future natural disasters and how to better assist those that are in need of crucial help. One way to help minimize natural disasters is keeping the earth ecofriendly. Which means less consumption of fossil fuels and production of pollution. This in mind, we can help create a better future that can withstand the devastation that natural disasters brings.