Cyclones, a large body of water formed above the South Pacific or the Indian Ocean is a climatic hazard that frequently hits Burma, namely Myanmar. The three most recent cyclones that influenced Myanmar have been classified as category 4 in the SSHS (Saffir Simpson hurricane wind scale, a scale used to measure the severeness of tropical cyclones), and the scale is the second most powerful scale that results in trees uprooting as well as damages that takes time to renew (About Tropical Cyclones).
Strong winds and heavy rains cause destruction and flood everywhere. People cooperate, rebuild and learn. “The Filipino spirit is waterproof.” Repeat. According to the Inquirer news article by Frances Mangosing, an average of around 20 typhoons pass through the Philippine Area of Responsibility every year. When these typhoons hit land, there is a big possibility that they will cause massive grief and destruction throughout the nation. After a very strong typhoon, so much time, effort and resources
On average, about 20 tropical cyclones enter Philippine waters each year, with eight or nine making landfall, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). And over the past decade, these tropical storms have struck the nation more often and more severely, scientists believe, because of climate
disaster. The impacts of flood are highly devastating and usually cause economic depression and direct damages to the livelihood, property, and lives of the people. In recent years, the extended flat territory along the long coastline with the tropical cyclone frequency are results of flood problem in the central region of Vietnam. In an attempt to deal with this adversity, this paper aims to expose the feasibility of assessing for flood simulations correspond to the climate changes. The system was