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Zhang, J.Z., Sun, J., Zhang, L.S. and Yang, K. (2013) Local Natural Disasters, Natural and Social Needs and Service Needs. National Decision Meteorological Service Business Technology Seminar (2013) Excellent Papers Compilation, 48-54.

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  • TITLE: The Spatial and Temporal Distribution Characteristics of Rainstorm Disaster in Sichuan Province over the Past Decade

    AUTHORS: Jie Gao, Jianhua Pan, Mingtian Wang, Shanyun Gu

    KEYWORDS: Spatial and Temporal Distribution, Rainstorm Disaster, Sichuan

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.5 No.8, July 19, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The spatial and temporal distribution characteristics of rainstorm disaster in Sichuan Province were investigated by statistical analysis method based on 2002-2015 rainstorm disaster data of Sichuan Province. As shown by the results, the rainstorm disaster in Sichuan Province was distributed mainly in four regions including Liangshan Prefecture and Sichuan Basin during 2002-2015, and the rainstorm disaster distribution had a good corresponding relationship with the rainstorm center regions; in terms of annual variation trend, the variation of rainstorm disaster frequency showed a significant quasi-2-3-year oscillation period; in terms of monthly distribution, June, July and August saw the heaviest rainstorms; the high death toll from rainstorms was attributed to not only routine rainfall, occurrence time and terrain feature, but also the populace’s awareness of disaster prevention and the disaster prevention measures they adopted. The research result has important significance to improve the pertinence and practicability of decision-making meteorological services.