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Daily Archive: December 6, 2012

Dec
06
2012

PDC Global Flood Survey

Flooding is an extended process. A flood is more than an event. Like all hazards, flooding can be looked upon as a process extending from the planning and preparation accomplished when there is no known threat, to the special actions (like evacuation) taken when the hazard is imminent, through the flooding event itself, and finally, …

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Dec
06
2012

Tropical Cyclone Activity Report – Pacific / Indian Oceans

Tropical cyclone Bopha (26W)…remains active over the South China Sea…located approximately 295 NM west-southwest of Manila, Philippines (Tropical storm…55 knot sustained winds – gusts to near 70 knots) Tropical storm Bopha (26W) has weakened overnight, and has been downgraded by the JTWC to tropical storm classification. Environmental conditions are now unfavorable for strengthening. Thus, Bopha …

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