This article is to provide readers with basic knowledge about rain, such as heavy rain, acid rain & hails. This is one of climate factors influenced by climate change and impacting on natural disasters

 

Da Nang is a coastal city of Vietnam, often suffering from natural disasters, especially storms. According to statistics, during the period from 1998 to 2013, Danang suffered from 26 storms and 14 tropical depressions. Total damage from storms cost the city nearly 7,000 billion dong. This article will share with our readers the basic knowledge of tropical depressions and storms.
 

 

 The flood in the central region usually happens between August and November every year and causes terrible loss of lives and properties. This writing will share the basic knowledge about flood with the readers so they can have the overview of this kind of natural disasters.

 

Da Nang City does not have a large natural area, yet it has a quite complex river network. The city rivers mainly belong to the downstream of Vu Gia – Thu Bon river network. Its hydrological regime is dominated directly by a precipitation regime across the river basin. Most of the Vu Gia-Thu Bon river basin area is located in Quang Nam Province. Only Cu De and Tuy Loan river basin are confined entirely within the territory of Da Nang City.

 

In the mid-central region in general and in Da Nang in particular, hydro-meteorological events in the rainy - storms - flood season of 2013 are different from the rule in previous years.

 

Danang City has two main seasons: a rainy season beginning from September to December and a dry season starting from January to August. Every year Danang is influenced by at least one hurricane or tropical depression level 6 or higher.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
              
 
 
 
 
 
 
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