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chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history

Shan-yu Yao

chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history

206 B.C.-A.D. 1911 ...

by Shan-yu Yao

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Published in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Floods,
  • Droughts

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Shan-yu Yao ...
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., 273-312 p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16847547M

    Soot contributes to droughts and floods in China NASA NEWS RELEASE Posted: Septem A new NASA climate study has found large amounts of black carbon (soot) particles and other. Preventing Floods For thousands of years, people have tried to prevent and control floods. Yu the Great, for example, is a legendary figure in Chinese history. Around BCE, Yu developed a way to control the devastating floods of the Yellow River.

    Maldives have been facing hydrological droughts during dry season 1. Over one billion people in South Asia depend on agriculture related livelihoods and predominantly poor are exposed to high level of vulnerability to drought. Current responses to both floods and drought in the region are dominated by humanitarian relief, without concurrent.   China has evacuated more than , people from deadly floods that are devastating areas in the south of the country following the worst drought in .

    drought, abnormally long period of insufficient rainfall. Drought cannot be defined in terms of inches of rainfall or number of days without rain, since it is determined by such variable factors as the distribution in time and area of precipitation during and before the dry period. The Troubled Empire (History of Imperial China Book 5) - Kindle edition by Brook, Timothy, Brook, Timothy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Troubled Empire (History of Imperial China Book /5(14).


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Chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history by Shan-yu Yao Download PDF EPUB FB2

This article, together with its sister article "The chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history, B.C.-A.D.

,"3 is based on two sources: for the period B.C.-A.D. the data have been collected from the Ch'in-ting chi-ch'eng ku-chin t'u-shu. Get this from a library. The chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history, B.C.-A.D. [Shan-yu Yao]. Title: The Chronological and Seasonal Distribution of Floods and Droughts in Chinese History, B.

C.-A. Created Date: Z. This article, together with its sister article "The chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history, B.C.-A.D. ,"3 is based on two sources: for the period B.C.-A.D. the data have been collected from the Ch'in-ting ku-chin t'u-shu chi-ch'eng.

Due to very uneven distribution of precipitation in space and time, China is frequently affected by floods and droughts. These natural disasters have been a major drawback for the economic and social development in China throughout history.

Since the beginning of the s, Chinese scientists have compiled a remarkably good inventory. 1 CHEN ET AL.: FUTURE CHANGES OF DROUGHT AND FLOOD IN CHINA 9 pact of global warming on drought and flood patterns in China by comparing the projected climate (–) in. A droughts-floods coexistence index on seasonal timescale over the mid- and lower reaches of the Yangtze River (MLYRV) is defined to quantify this phenomenon and theCited by:   This paper examines the characteristics of historical meteorological hazards and associated natural-anthropogenic variations in China, with specific attention given to the meteorological drought hazards occurring at very high frequency and affecting social–economic development in North China.

Owing to an increasing awareness of meteorological droughts in this area, the aim of this Cited by: China has been struck by an extreme weather paradox of severe drought in the north and severe flooding in the south, said the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters.

weather related floods caused by earthquakes and landslides from the chronology when those events could be linked to the cause.

But there are many instances where the flood cause is undetermined. These have not been filtered out.) Overflow – Rivers can swell from heavy rains or during spring melt and rise above the banks of the river. “The Chronological and Seasonal Distribution of Floods and Droughts in Chinese History.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 6, nos.

3 –4: – Shan-yu, Yao “The Geographical Distribution of Floods and Droughts in Chinese History, B.c. A.D. ” Cited by: In view of the frequent flood disasters in China’s history, emphasis was placed on flood control in the design and operation of all the water projects.

Therefore, in practice the flood water level of the reservoirs is maintained at the flood control level throughout the flood season in order to ensure the safety of the hydraulic Size: 43KB.

This drought happened in the 2nd to 4th reigning year of the Guangxu Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. It is a long-lasting extensive disaster, bringing about extremely serious social consequences and is thus called the Guangxu Severe Drought by Chinese by: events, e.g.

floods, droughts, and rainstorms (Zhang et al. a; WMO ). These results are undoubtedly useful for the better understanding of increasing flood/drought Theor Appl Climatol () –99 DOI /s Q. Zhang Institute of Space and Earth Information Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. This publication is an extension of the review of drought resistance in woody plants.

The more important recently used terms are listed and defined. Summaries of reports of drought effects on forest trees are presented in tabular by: A drought event has the following major components (Dracup et al., ) as derived from Fig. 1 which include: (a) Drought initiation time (t i): it is the starting of the water shortage period, which indicates the beginning of a drought.(b) Drought termination time (t e): it is the time when the water shortage becomes sufficiently small so that drought conditions no longer by:   China has been struck by an extreme weather paradox of severe drought in the north and severe flooding in the south, said the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters.

Yao, S. " The chronological and seasonal distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history, BC-AD ", Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 6 (): Google Scholar " The geographical distribution of floods and droughts in Chinese history, BC-AD ", Far Eastern Quarterly 2 (4): - Cited by:   The book "Floods, Droughts, and Climate Change" talks in depth about each of these subjects and also talks about how they can affect each other and other possible changes they could lead to.

The authors also discuss how these are affected by other parts of the climate such as winds, water currents, tectonics, volcanism, and by:   Chinese historical documents are an extremely useful source from which much climate information can be retrieved if treated carefully.

This is especially relevant to the reconstruction of climate in East Asia in the last years as the Chinese has kept official chronicles since BC and China also represents a large portion of East Asia's : Pao Wang, Kuan-Hui Lin, Yi-Chun Liao, Shih-Yu Lee, Hsiung-Ming Liao, Pi-Ling Pai, I.

Chun Fan. Floods and droughts having major impact in terms of magnitude and areal extent are shown in Figures 1 and 2, having flood recurrence intervals between 25 and 50 years and in excess of 50 years are identified in Figure having drought recurrence intervals between 10 and 25 years and in excess of 25 years are identified in Figure 2.

Some areas of the nation are still plagued by continuing drought. The largest problem, however, is flooding. In the south, Typhoon Utor, Trami and other raging storms created deadly floods and landslides.

The more important picture is the persistent rainfall and flooding in China’s critical Northeastern croplands. Floods Follow Drought in China. Alan Taylor the easing of drought swung to flooding that killed 9 people and left 13 missing in Wangmo County.

Chinese farmers rescue their pigs in flood.