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Online map of China's February disaster distribution in 2014

Date: 2020-10-21  Editor: houxue2018    View counts: 6925   


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The online map of China's February disaster distribution in 2014 is from the Atlas of natural disasters in China in 2014, the book is edited by the National Disaster Reduction Commission Office, the Disaster relief Department of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the National Disaster Reduction Center of Ministry of Civil Affairs, and is published by China Map Publishing House. The scale of this map is 1:22000000.

Online map of China's February disaster distribution in 2014

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Disaster assessment in February:

1.Seismicity is relatively active, and Yutian earthquake has a great impact

In February, the level of seismicity in China's mainland was relatively high, and four earthquakes with magnitude ≥ 5 occurred. Among them, the magnitude of the 7.3 earthquake occurred in Yutian, Xinjiang on February 12 was the highest, and aftershocks occurred frequently. Since then, there have been successive earthquakes of magnitude 5.7 and more than 3,500 moderately strong aftershocks.

The earthquake involved 10 counties (cities) with a wide range of disasters. The total area of the disaster area reached 128,000 square kilometers. The Hetian area in the epicenter belongs to the poverty-stricken ethnic minority area of southern Xinjiang. The houses in the disaster area are poor in earthquake resistance, and the people in the disaster area have weak self-rescue capabilities, the superposition of disaster and poverty leads to the aggravation of disaster impact.

2.More serious loss of low temperature and snow disaster in the south, and the drought in the northern winter wheat area is alleviated

From February 4-20, there were more frequent rain, snow, and temperature drops in the southern region, with the temperature drop generally above 10°C, and the temperature drop in some areas reached 18°C. Low temperature freezing and snow disaster occurred in Anhui, Zhejiang, Hubei, Hunan, and Guizhou. In the snowstorm, cash crops such as tea and rape were frozen, and some power and communication infrastructure were damaged. Among them, the central and eastern regions encountered a large-scale rain and snow weather process on February 4-7, which had a greater impact on the return traffic during the Spring Festival. Affected by the rain and snow weather process and the large-scale precipitation process that reappeared from 16 to 18, the drought in northern winter wheat regions such as Hebei, Shanxi, Shandong, Henan, and Shaanxi has also been effectively alleviated.

Various disasters:

The yellow circle in the figure indicates: Drought disaster.

The blue triangle in the figure indicates: Floods and geological disasters.

The brown diamond in the figure indicates: Wind and hail disasters.

The green circle in the figure indicates: Typhoon disaster.

The pink triangle in the figure indicates: Earthquake disaster.

The purple diamond in the figure indicates: Low temperature freezing and snow disaster.

Note: data on Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao are not available.

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