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
CUMMULATIVE SOCIETAL IMPACTS AS OF SEPT 28th
JELAWAT, THE 17TH STORM OF THE SEASON, EVENTUALLY REACHED TOKYO, JAPAN, IMPACTING 100 MILLION PEOPLE WITH MANY INJURIES, BUT FEW DEATHS
The wind field that reached 300 kph when Typhoon Jelawat jumped over Okinawa decreased to 120 kph when it reached Tokyo .
CUMMULATIVE SOCIETAL IMPACTS AS OF OCT. 12th
> $3.36 BILLION