ATLAS NACIONAL DE RIESGOS CENAPRED PDF

Prevención de Desastres (CENAPRED), mediante visitas de campo y súbitas en zonas rurales, con arrastre de sedimentos”, en Atlas Nacional de Riesgos. Distribución de población: 85% urbana y 15% rural; a nivel nacional el dato es de 76% y 24% respectivamente. Atlas Nacional de Riesgos. Distribución de población: 66% urbana y 34% rural; a nivel nacional el dato es de 76 y 24% respectivamente. Atlas Nacional de Riesgos.

Author: Nabar Akizilkree
Country: Austria
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Marketing
Published (Last): 17 January 2008
Pages: 194
PDF File Size: 6.37 Mb
ePub File Size: 4.72 Mb
ISBN: 573-2-33287-753-6
Downloads: 70509
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vizahn

Asian Geographer28 2 In this way, it is through the spatial and temporal comparison of risk and flood frequency that the adequacy of vulnerability can be evaluated, since there are no historical records of the magnitude of floods for a more quantitative assessment.

University of Wisconsin, Disasters Management Center.

From a risk re perspective, reforestation and rehabilitation of ecosystem services at the basin level constitute adequate structural measures to prevent flooding activity and become adapted to climate change in the coming years.

The annual evolution of risk and the number of disasters for four locations in Mexico are presented as case studies: This could partially explain the rise in the number of floods. The dynamics of vulnerability is an important element in risk analysis.

The municipalities most affected are Chilpancingo and Acapulco, where much of the population of the state of Guerrero lives. One may even consider critical risk values for the probability of flood to be high, i.

Even more, to better define regions that mostly contribute to increase vulnerability to intense rainfall, the risk analysis requires constant updates in time, with a frequency tailored to the evolution rate of the vulnerability factors.

Atlas Nacional De Riesgos

Therefore, hazard shows a higher frequency variability vs. Atmospheric data analysis No.

  KOUZES AND POSNER CREDIBILITY PDF

There is no universally accepted approach to estimate vulnerability Gain, Giupponi, and Renaud, and, consequently, several methods have been proposed to quantify it e.

Between andapproximately km 2 of natural vegetation were transformed in riesyos Acapulco Bay region.

Baja California Sur

The indicators may be combined into a single vulnerability index for a region or sector, and may be compared from one region or risgos to another. There are other factors that increase the risk of flooding, which have not been examined here but that require special consideration. Changes in precipitation with climate change.

A risk-management approach should be followed —including landscape planning— for regions that are highly vulnerable to intense rainfall. The straight line is a reference when Q is equal to P e. As a multifactorial element, vulnerability is a low-frequency modulating factor of the risk dynamics to intense rainfall. However, there are no adequate data to quantify it, and thus it is not considered in this work Clark and Wilcock, The capability of the flood-risk eiesgos for Mexico was tested by comparing the observed and modeled frequency of floods for the period.

However, changes in the landscape make some regions more prone to this type of disaster Romero Lankao, Weather, Climate, and Society8 2 There are more flood reports for central and southern Mexico than for northern Mexico, not only because intense rainfall is more frequent, but also because deforestation hacional more severe in the former.

Episodes of more than mm accumulated precipitation during three consecutive days were also used to characterize natural hazards that may result in floods. Increased watershed vulnerability due to land-cover changes is the primary factor leading to more floods, particularly over south-central Mexico.

Weather69 11 The quantification of risk and the identification of critical or intolerable risk levels can guide cenwpred of the risk management options to reduce the occurrence nacionla costs of floods. Furthermore, the dynamic character of risk may be related to disaster activity.

  GEODESIC MATH AND HOW TO USE IT HUGH KENNER PDF

Atlas Nacional De Riesgos

For instance, the increased amount of sediments in the riverbeds or the actual soil moisture conditions prior to the flood may contribute to make a region more vulnerable for river flooding. The region most affected by floods was around Laguna de Tres Palos Fig. Land cover changes in small catchments in Slovakia during and their effects on frequency of flood events. A proper identification of vulnerability is crucial if risk-reduction strategies aimed at diminishing disaster activity are the goal.

Atmospheric Environmental30, Consequently, flood-risk management should include structural measures, such as watershed restoration and land cover – use planning.

Flood damage, vulnerability and risk perception-challenges for flood damage research. For instance, the trend in the number of floods should be recorded by naciknal estimates of risk for recent decades.

Protección Civil :: Colima

The regions that show the largest increase in flood occurrence Fig. Floods in Tabasco, Mexico: These illustrate that water management or issues related to hydraulic infrastructure may be flood-risk factors. Spatially distributed storm runoff depth estimation using Landsat images and GIS. Data on the number of floods were ahlas from two sources: In Monterrey, the hazard activity has not increased in recent decades, but risk has risen due to the increased vulnerability.

work_outlinePosted in Love