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TOPIC: Your experience on extreme events

Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #238

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January 2014, South West England
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Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #242

Tunis (Tunisian capital) October 2011 :

The floods caused significant, physical damage to infrastructure, disrupted highway traffic, and cut power and water lines. The Greater Tunis light metro service was also interrupted, which created chaos for regular commuters.


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Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #245

Morocco, due to its location in the Mediterranean circumference, is vulnerable to present and future climate variability and climate change. Its surface water resources are becoming ever more limited and difficult to exploit. It might be expected that the warming of the hot season and drought would result in an increase in arid and semi-arid regimes of the region. In this context, Morocco has experienced flood sadly memorable by their destructive and deadly effects, so can we forget the famous flood that affected watersheds High Atlas Marrakech 17 August 1995. This is a result believed that this attention has been drawn to this region with the need to carefully study the phenomena flood for the prediction and protection. The rains that began around 18:30, have transformed into storm speeds summer half hours later. The storm fears Aboriginal worse. The river carries everything in its path as a steamroller. Trees, livestock, men, cars are carried by a mud wall that crushes everything in its path. With a speed of 1,000 m3 per second. When the river enters his bed to 21 hours, it leaves behind a landscape desolation.
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Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #246

Morocco, due to its location in the Mediterranean circumference, is vulnerable to present and future climate variability and climate change. Its surface water resources are becoming ever more limited and difficult to exploit. It might be expected that the warming of the hot season and drought would result in an increase in arid and semi-arid regimes of the region. In this context, Morocco has experienced flood sadly memorable by their destructive and deadly effects, so can we forget the famous flood that affected watersheds High Atlas Marrakech 17 August 1995. This is a result believed that this attention has been drawn to this region with the need to carefully study the phenomena flood for the prediction and protection. The rains that began around 18:30, have transformed into storm speeds summer half hours later. The storm fears Aboriginal worse. The river carries everything in its path as a steamroller. Trees, livestock, men, cars are carried by a mud wall that crushes everything in its path. With a speed of 1,000 m3 per second. When the river enters his bed to 21 hours, it leaves behind a landscape
desolation.

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Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #251

Russia. Krymsk. Flash flood 2012

6-7 July 2012 the precipitations made 180-310 mm (3-5 month norms) , 170 dead

tubethe.com/watch/ZGFimh0fbIc/navodnenie...odarskijj-krajj.html
en.gazeta.ru/theme/flood_in_krymsk.shtml
http://en.gazeta.ru/news/2012/07/25/a_4693405.shtml
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Your experience on extreme events 7 years 11 months ago #262

We had great flood in Serbia in the middle of May this year, causing a lot of damage. Although, Meteorological service of Serbia alarmed two days before that the huge cyclone is coming over Balkan Peninsula...
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