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THE 2012 WESTERN PACIFIC TYPHOON SEASON: Part 2 AFTER SEPTEMBER 20 TH. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, University of North Carolina, USA. NAMES OF THE STORMS OF 2012. PAKHAR – March 27 MARWAR – May 31-June 6 TALIM – June 8 DOKSURI – June 25-30

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THE 2012 WESTERN PACIFIC TYPHOON SEASON: Part 2AFTER SEPTEMBER 20TH

Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, University of North Carolina, USA


NAMES OF THE STORMS OF 2012

  • PAKHAR – March 27

  • MARWAR – May 31-June 6

  • TALIM – June 8

  • DOKSURI – June 25-30

  • VICENTE – July 24-25

  • SAOLA – July 28

  • DAMREY – August 1


NAMES OF THE STORMS OF 2012

  • HAIKUI – August 6

  • KIROGI – August 9

  • TAI-TAK – August 16

  • TEMBIN – August 18

  • BOLAVEN – September 4

  • SAMBA – THE WORST, September 12

  • JELAWAT – September 20


NAMES OF THE STORMS OF 2012

  • JELAWAT –September 20

  • EWINIAR – September 24

  • MALEKSI – September 29

  • GAEMI – September 29

  • PRAPIROON – October 7

  • MARIA – October 14


18STORM TRACKS AS OF SEPTEMBER 28, 2012


22STORM TRACKS AS OF OCTOBER 21, 2012


CUMMULATIVE SOCIETAL IMPACTS AS OF SEPT 28th

458 DEAD

$3.36 BILLION


TROPICAL STORM JELAWAT:EAST OF GUAM: SEPT. 20


JELAWAT, THE 17TH STORM OF THE SEASON, EVENTUALLY REACHED TOKYO, JAPAN, IMPACTING 100 MILLION PEOPLE WITH MANY INJURIES, BUT FEW DEATHS


TROPICAL STORM EWINIAR FORMS WEST OF GUAM: SEPTEMBER 20


TYPHOON JELAWAT’S PATH: SEPT. 20 - OCT. 1, 2012


TYPHOON JELAWAT:SEPTEMBER 28


The wind field that reached 300 kph when Typhoon Jelawat jumped over Okinawa decreased to 120 kph when it reached Tokyo .


WIND OVERTURNED A VEHICLE IN NAHA CITY, OKINAWA


TYPHOON EWINIAR FORMED NEAR GUAM: SEPTEMBER 24


TYPHOON MALEKSI: FORMED NEAR CHUUK; SEPTEMBER 29


TYPHOON GAEMI NEAR VIETNAM:SEPTEMBER 29


TROPICAL STORM PRAPIROON NEAR GUAM:OCTOBER 7


TROPICAL STORM MARIA: OCTOBER 14


CUMMULATIVE SOCIETAL IMPACTS AS OF OCT. 12th

472 DEAD

> $3.36 BILLION


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