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close this bookNatural Disasters in South East Asia and Bangladesh - Vulnerability Risks and Consequences (Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - International Center for Training Exchanges in the Geosciences, 1998, 83 p.)
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View the documentAppendix 1 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1996)
View the documentAppendix 2 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1971)
View the documentAppendix 3 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1972-1996)
View the documentAppendix 4 - Physical maps of the seven target countries

Appendix 1 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1996)


Events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1996) (except landslides and cold waves) Source: CRED database

Appendix 2 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1971)


Events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1900-1971) (except landslides and cold waves) Source: CRED database

Appendix 3 - Map of events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1972-1996)


Events distribution according to the nature of disaster phenomena (1972-1996) (except landslides and cold waves) Source: CRED database

Appendix 4 - Physical maps of the seven target countries

Physical maps of the seven target countries (source: Maps n' Facts, PC Globe Edusoft)


BANGLADESH


MYANMAR


THAILAND


LAOS


CAMBODIA


VIETNAM


PHILIPPINES