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Online map of the number of livestock killed in China (1978-2000)

Date: 2018-07-20  Editor : houguangbing   

Category: Disaster impact

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Death due to calamity Large livestock concept:

The number of large animals (cattle, horses, donkeys, mules, camels, etc.) that died as a direct cause of natural disasters.

Livestock deaths include not only the number of large livestock deaths that are directly attributable to disasters, but also the number of large livestock lost as a result of disasters.

China's provinces and autonomous regions with more dead animals are: Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Sichuan, Xinjiang and so on, mainly in the western region.

Ecological Construction and Environmental Improvement

(1) planting and planting grass and other biological measures, build terraces, repair earth dam and other engineering measures combined to control soil erosion;

(2) to control population growth, reasonable arrangements for production activities, such as steep slopes to reforestation, grass, overgrazing to reduce the number of livestock grazing.

Post - disaster treatment

After the death of livestock and poultry as soon as possible harmless treatment

Follow the principle: should be buried or burned and other harmless treatment. Disinfection and harmless treatment procedures, follow the waterlogging area after the first waterlogging area, the first disposal of livestock and poultry after death due to illness, drowned livestock and poultry, the first disposal of soaked for a long time after treatment of livestock and poultry soaked not soaked Principle, promptly standardize disposal, prevent the occurrence of epidemics and spread.

Source: Atlas of China's Natural Disaster System

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