Online map of comprehensive disaster situation in Wenchuan disaster area in China comes from the Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster Atlas, the scale of the map is 1:2200000, which is compiled by the Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster Atlas compilation committee, and published by Chengdu Map Publishing House.
The Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster Atlas is based on the work results of the expert group and closely focuses on the theme of "Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster". After the Wenchuan earthquake, the National Disaster Reduction Commission and the Ministry of Science and Technology jointly established an earthquake relief expert group, bringing together more than 30 ministries and commissions from the Ministry of Science and Technology, including the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the Ministry of Water Resources, the China Earthquake Administration, the State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Experts and scholars have carried out multidisciplinary comprehensive research on the Wenchuan earthquake, obtained a large amount of monitoring information and evaluation data, and obtained fruitful research results.
Comprehensive disaster situation in disaster area
The direct economic losses caused by the Wenchuan earthquake in Sichuan, Gansu and Shaanxi totaled 845.1 billion yuan, of which the losses in Sichuan accounted for 91.32%, Gansu accounted for 5.98% and Shaanxi accounted for 2.70%. There are 10 severely affected counties (cities and districts) in Sichuan Province, 29 severely affected counties (cities and districts), 8 severely affected counties (cities and districts) in Gansu Province and 4 severely affected counties (cities and districts) in Shaanxi Province, of which the total area of severely affected counties (cities and districts) is more than 130000 square kilometers. In addition, there are 186 general affected counties (cities and districts) in Sichuan, Gansu, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Yunnan, Chongqing and other provinces (cities and autonomous regions).
Online map of natural disaster comprehensive risk (DI) evaluation in Wenchuan disaster area in China
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