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22 July 2014: China - Tropical cyclone MATMO

• On 22 July, 6.00 UTC, Typhoon MATMO had max. sust. winds of 158 km/h and its centre was located over the Philippine Sea, approx. 150 km north-east of Itbayat island (Batanes, Philippines) and 180 km south-east of Taitung (Taiwan).

• In the next 24 h it is forecast to continue moving north-west, making landfall in the area between Taitung and Hualien (eastern Taiwan) on 22 July afternoon (UTC), then cross Taiwan, slightly weakening, and reach the coast of the Chinese province of Fujian, near Fuzhou, in the morning of 23 July (UTC).

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Philippines + 3 others
21 July 2014: Asia and Pacific Ocean - Tropical cyclones

RAMMASUN (GLENDA)

• PHILIPPINES: as of 21 July (NDRRMC), there were 97 dead, 437 injured, six missing, 1 600 298 people affected in seven regions, 518 764 people inside 1 264 evacuation centres and 111 372 houses damaged.

• CHINA: as of 21 July, the government reports nine dead in Guangxi, 13 in Hainan and four in Yunnan; 25 people are missing.

• VIETNAM: as of 21 July, media report 11 dead in Vietnam, several people missing and damages in several provinces of northern Vietnam. In terms of damage, the province of Quang Ninh has been affected the most.

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Philippines + 2 others
Philippines, China - Tropical Cyclone USAGI (as of 23 September 2013)

SITUATION

  • Powerful Typhoon USAGI (named “ODETTE” in the Philippines) passed between Philippines and Taiwan on 21 Sep, making landfall in Itbayat Island (Batanes, Philippines). Strong winds and heavy rains affected Philippines and Taiwan (see impact in the map).

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Philippines + 3 others
Philippines, China - Tropical Cyclone USAGI (20 September 2013)

  • USAGI (named “ODETTE” in the Philippines) has become a powerful Typhoon, heading NW towards Batanes islands (Philippines). At 06:00 UTC 20 Sep, it had a max sust. wind speed of 249 km/h and its center was located ca. 270 km ESE of Basco (Batanes islands, Philippines).

FORECAST

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Philippines + 2 others
China, Philippines - Tropical Cyclone TRAMI/Severe Weather (20 Aug 2013)

Situation:

• At 06:00 UTC 20 Aug, TRAMI had a max. sust. wind speed of 101 km/h (Tropical Storm).

• According to 06:00 UTC 20 Aug data, in the next 24/36h its center is forecast to move NW, passing Yaeyama and Miyako islands (Japan), strengthening and pass very close/over N tip of Taiwan on 21 Aug, then move towards Fujian province (China).

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Philippines + 1 other
Typhoon Saola (as of 30 July 2012)

Saola formed as a tropical depression over the western Pacific Ocean on July 28, 2012, and strengthened to a tropical storm the same day, Unisys Weather reported. By July 30, Saola was a typhoon, and the U.S. Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) reported that the storm had maximum sustained winds of 65 knots (120 kilometers per hour) with gusts up to 80 knots (150 kilometers per hour).

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Natural Hazard Risks (as of 06 Jul 2007)

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Australia + 27 others
Flood Risk in Asia-Pacific - Regional Hazard Map - Issued: 01 May 2011

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American Samoa + 46 others
Holocene Eruption and Selected Volcanoes in Asia-Pacific - Regional Hazard Map Issued: 01 May 2011

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Indonesia + 25 others
Wildfire Density in Asia-Pacific: Regional Hazard Map 1997-2010 (Issued: 01 May 2011)

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Philippines + 31 others
Tropical Storm Risk in Asia-Pacific Regional Hazard Map (Issued: 01 May 2011)

This map was derived from the Munich Reinsurance Company's World Map of Natural Hazards and shows tropical storm intensity based on the five wind speeds of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale.
The zones indicate where there is a 10% probability of a storm of this intensity striking in the next 10 years.

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Bangladesh + 26 others
Asia Pacific Region: Flood Risk in Asia-Pacific - Issued: 01 May 2011

Flood Risk in Asia-Pacific Shown on this map is a subset of the Global estimated risk index for flood hazard. The dataset includes an estimate of the global risk induced by flood hazard. Unit is estimated risk index from 1 (low) to 5 (extreme). This product was designed by UNEP/GRID-Europe for the Global Assessment Report on Risk Reduction (GAR). It was modeled using global data.
Credit: UNEP/GRID-Europe. http://preview.grid.unep.ch

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India + 33 others
Asia Pacific Region: Physical Exposure to Drought in Asia-Pacific - Regional Hazard Map - Issued: 01 May 2011

Physical Exposure to drought in Asia-Pacific This dataset includes an estimate of the annual physical exposure to drought. Unit is expected average annual population (2007 as the year of reference) exposed (inhabitants). This product was designed by UNEP/GRIDEurope for the Global Assessment Report on Risk Reduction (GAR). It was modeled using global data.
Credit: GIS processing UNEP/GRID-Europe, with key support from USGS EROS Data Center, Dartmouth Flood Observatory 2008. http://preview.grid.unep.ch

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