French Emergency Management System: Moving Toward an Integrated Risk Management Policy Irmak Renda-Tanali, D. Sc. 1 & François Mancebo, Ph. D. 2 Introduction


Top 10 Natural Disasters Reported



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Top 10 Natural Disasters Reported
Table 3 a: Affected People

Disaster

Date

Affected

Storm

1999

3,400,011

Storm

1999

100,020

Flood

2003

27,000

Extreme temp.

1997

10,000

Flood

2001

8,100

Flood

2001

7,371

Storm

1995

5,000

Flood

1983

3,500

Flood

1999

3,005

Wildfire

2003

3,004


Table 3 b: Killed People

Disaster

Date

Killed

Extreme temp.

2003

19,490

Extreme temp.

2006

1,388

Storm

1999

92

Storm

1992

47

Flood

1999

36

Flood

1987

23

Storm

1990

23

Extreme temp.

1997

23

Flood

2002

23

Extreme temp.

1991

20


Table 3 c: Economic Damages

Disaster

Date

Cost (US$ X 1,000)

Storm

1999

8,000,000

Extreme temp.

2003

4,400,000

Storm

1999

4,000,000

Storm

1987

1,700,000

Drought

1989

1,600,000

Flood

2003

1,500,000

Flood

2002

1,190,000

Storm

1990

900,000

Extreme temp.

1991

772,000

Storm

1995

700,000


Statistics Per Event
Table 4 a: Killed People

Drought:

...

Earthquake*:

...

Epidemic:

10.50

Extreme temp:

2,326.00

Flood:

4.60

Insect infestation:

...

Mass mov. dry:

11.00

Mass mov. wet:

8.40

Volcano:

...

Storm:

7.64

Wildfire:

3.20


Table 4 b: Affected People

Drought:

...

Earthquake*:

...

Epidemic:

3.00

Extreme temp:

1,111.11

Flood:

1,825.54

Insect infestation:

...

Mass mov. dry:

7.50

Mass mov. wet:

57.20

Volcano:

...

Storm:

83,630.93

Wildfire:

641.70


Table 4 c: Economic Damages

Drought:

402,500.00

Earthquake*:

...

Epidemic:

...

Extreme temp:

574,666.67

Flood:

146,795.71

Insect infestation:

...

Mass mov. dry:

...

Mass mov. wet:

2,158.00

Volcano:

...

Storm:

428,834.76

Wildfire:

1,000.00

Statistics By Disaster Type


Figure 2a: Percentage of reported people killed by disaster type




1 Assistant Professor and Director, Homeland Security Management Program, Information and Technology Systems Department, Graduate School of Management and Technology, University of Maryland University College, 3501 University Boulevard E. Adelphi, MD 20783 U.S.A.

2 Professor of Geography, Development and Urban Planning. Programme Director (P1: Linking risk mitigation to sustainable development, and P2: BABEL- Construire les notions-clés du développement durable/Founding sustainable development interdisciplinary key notions), UMR PACTE CNRS, Université Grenoble 1 – Joseph Fourier, IGA, 14 bis rue Marie Reynoard, 38100 Grenoble, France, E.U.




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