The U.S. Department of State provides information on traveling to various countries, including passport and visa requirements. Further information about Mexico can be found on their website.
Flooding and Landslides: There is a risk of flooding and landslides throughout Mexico. Monitor local news for relevant information.
Earthquakes and Volcanoes: A number of seismic fault lines run throughout Mexico, so the country is at risk of earthquakes. The Servicio Sismologico Nacional (SSN) monitors seismic activity in the country. Mexico is also home to 48 active volcanoes, the majority in central and southern Mexico, with some in the state of Baja California.
Tsunamis and Cyclones: As a nation with large coastlines, Mexico is at risk of both tsunamis (mainly on the Pacific coast) and cyclones.
Extreme Heat and Droughts: These two natural hazards are becoming more frequent in Mexico as the world's climate changes. Temperatures worldwide are rising and water is becoming scarcer, causing the two phenomenon to exacerbate one other.
Further information about Mexico's public education system can be found on their official website. This online portal provides information about educational policies and upcoming initiatives, statistics, and accountability reports for the public. Additional information about the various levels of education, such as Elementary Education and Secondary Education, are available for readers to peruse.
To find more information about the educational system of Mexico, try these tips for searching the library catalog to find books, magazines or journals, DVDs, and many other resources:
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