The online map of the affected areas in November 2013 in China is sourced
from the China Natural Disaster Atlas in 2013 and was published by China
Map Publishing House in February 2015. The authors are the Office of the
National Disaster Reduction Commission, the Disaster Relief Department
of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, and the National Disaster Reduction
Center of the Ministry of Civil Affairs. The scale of this map is 1:22000000.
Characteristics of Disasters in November
1.Typhoon "Haiyan" has affected southern China and caused rare losses in the same period of history.
2.Severe losses caused by consecutive strong earthquakes in the ancient forest,
and Heilongjiang Xiaoli was affected by deception.
Affected areas in November
The brown diamond in the figure represents the affected area of drought disasters.
The green circle in the figure represents the affected areas of floods and geological disasters.
The blue triangle in the figure represents the affected area of wind and hail disasters.
The orange circle in the picture represents the affected area of typhoon disasters.
The purple triangle in the figure represents the areas affected by low-temperature freezing and snow disasters.
Information on forest fires, marine disasters, and biological disasters is currently lacking,
while information on Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau is currently lacking.
Online map of the affected areas in January 2013 in China