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South-East Asia climate problem...23-12-2016 08:30
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Many countries in South-East Asia include Vietnam. In Central Vietnam, we got 5 floods within 20 days, we have just clean up the effect of the history flood and now we are warned that a typhoon is coming here, maybe we will get 6th flood.

It's raining here, the frequency of disasters is increasing and more terrible year by year, several thousands of house was destroyed in Central Vietnam.

Changing climate caused unstable weather and more natural disasters. The same is happening in many South-East Asia countries such as Philipine, Indonesia,... I love them so much, we need more your actions to prevent changing climate.

Some pictures of the sufferance of Philipinese, the Haiyan typhoon, very terrible:

https://www.facebook.com/diepgiabao167/posts/1818438735101857?pnref=story
Edited on 23-12-2016 08:42
23-12-2016 11:15
Tim the plumber
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Histroy shows that the rate of such storms has been higher. Whilst this season may be a bit on the bad side you cannot expect the normal occurance of stroms to go away.
Edited on 23-12-2016 11:16
23-12-2016 12:35
Surface Detail
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This paper on the topic was published in September 2016:

Intensification of landfalling typhoons over the northwest Pacific since the late 1970s

The authors found that the intensity of typhoons making landfall in East and South-East Asia has intensified by 12 - 15% over the last 4 decades or so, but not that the frequency has increased. This seems to be in line with findings from other parts of the world: the frequency of storms isn't changing significantly, but the warming ocean surface is making those that do occur more powerful and destructive.
23-12-2016 16:48
litesong
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[b]Surface Detail wrote:Intensification of landfalling typhoons over the northwest Pacific


Typo(?): Suppose you meant southeast Pacific. Denounced by AGW deniers, I had mentioned earlier that of the ten worst typhoons to hit the Philippines, 4 hit them in the last ten or so years.
Edited on 23-12-2016 17:02
23-12-2016 17:01
litesong
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giabaodiep wrote: we need more your actions to prevent changing climate.

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"tipped the leaky plumber" puffed: Histroy(sic) shows that the rate of such storms has been higher. Whilst this season may be a bit on the bad side you cannot expect the normal occurance(sic) of stroms(sic) to go away.
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litesong wrote: "tipped the leaky plumber" needs more actions to spell its leaky AGW denial better. On 2nd thot, "tipped the leaky plumber" don' need na more actions in its leaky AGW denial.
23-12-2016 19:33
Surface Detail
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litesong wrote:
[b]Surface Detail wrote:Intensification of landfalling typhoons over the northwest Pacific


Typo(?): Suppose you meant southeast Pacific. Denounced by AGW deniers, I had mentioned earlier that of the ten worst typhoons to hit the Philippines, 4 hit them in the last ten or so years.

No typo. The North-West Pacific is adjacent to South-East Asia.




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