China's eastern region of agricultural natural disasters from east to west,
from north to south of the staggered zonal distribution.
In the eastern region, natural disasters are mainly from east to west,
from north to south of the staggered zonal distribution pattern.
From east to west can be divided into coastal areas, eastern hilly plains,
the central mountain area; from north to south can be drawn Songnen Plain,
Taihang Mountain - Funiu Mountain, the Huaihe River Plain,
Hubei and Hunan plains and several mountain Disaster areas,
mountainous areas of northern Hebei, Jiangsu, southern Jiangxi,
Yunnan, Hainan, as a secondary disaster area, Shandong Peninsula,
Zhejiang, Sichuan, Guizhou, Taiwan and other areas were light disaster.
In the Eastern District, there are a few points to note:
First, the Huanghuaihai Plain agricultural natural disaster disaster is low;
Second, the agricultural natural disaster in Zhejiang Province is low;
Thirdly, E - Chuan - Gui - Gui Liancheng low -
value area of agricultural natural disaster;
Fourth, southwestern Sichuan, northeastern Yunnan even into the
relatively high value of agricultural natural disaster area.
The natural calamities of agriculture in the western region of China
show a north-south differentiation, with Xinjiang and Hexi corridors
as relatively high values
The agricultural natural disaster in the western region is lower
than that in the eastern region, but still higher in some areas.
The agricultural natural disasters in Xinjiang and Hexi Corridor
are higher than those in the southern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and Inner Mongolia.
Source: Atlas of China's Natural Disaster System