[Databook] Natural Disasters Data Book-2019 edition
[Annual Report] ADRC Annual Report 2019
NEW!ADRC organized 3-part series of Tsunami Online Seminar. Please check the detailed information from here.
Новости Азиатской Конференции по Снижению Рисков Стихийных Бедствий ADRCСовещание группы экспертов на тему «Созидательное Начало Деятельности по Восстановлению после Великого Землетрясения Восточной Японии» было проведено 31 мая в Токио >>Более подробная информация (только на японском языке)
Информация о Недавних Стихийных Бедствиях
Several localised heavy rainfall (some accompanied by strong winds) which triggered flooding events and the overflowing of rivers have been reported in Indonesia. The effects of TC 26S (Seroja) in Nusa Tenggara Timur have alarmingly resulted in the deaths of 55 individuals.
On 7 February 2021, a glacier has broken off and crashed into a dam in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, causing massive floods. Dozens of people are missing.
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck the West Sulawesi Province in Indonesia in the early morning local time of 15 January 2021. According to BNPB, 34 people were killed and 637 people injured.
According to the Cabinet Office of Japan, 21 people have confirmed dead in snow-related incidents in Japan, as of 14 January 2021. Hokkaido, Tohoku and Hokuriku areas has been severly hit by heavy snow since 7 January 2021.
Typhoon VAMCO (local name: ULYSSES) made landfall in the Philippines on 11 November 2020 and left 73 people killed as of 17 November.