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Marshall Islands - Disaster Statistics

Data related to human and economic losses from disasters that have occurred between 1980 and 2010.

Natural Disasters from 1980 - 2010


Overview

No of events: 3
No of people killed: 6
Average killed per year: 0
No of people affected: 6,818
Average affected per year: 220
Economic Damage (US$ X 1,000): 0
Economic Damage per year (US$ X 1,000): 0


Natural Disaster Occurence Reported



Average Disaster Per Year

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: ...
Epidemic: 0.03
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 0.03
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: 0.03
Wildfire: ...




Top 10 Natural Disasters Reported


Affected People

Disaster Date Affected (no. of people)
Storm 1991 6,000
Flood 2008 600
Epidemic 2000 218

Killed People

Disaster Date Killed (no. of people)
Epidemic 2000 6
Flood 2008 0
Storm 1991 0

Economic Damages

Disaster Date Cost (US$ X 1,000)
Epidemic 2000 0
Flood 2008 0
Storm 1991 0



Statistics Per Event


Killed People

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: ...
Epidemic: 6.00
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: ...
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: ...
Wildfire: ...

Affected People

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: ...
Epidemic: 218.00
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 600.00
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: 6,000.00
Wildfire: ...

Economic Damages

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: ...
Epidemic: ...
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: ...
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: ...
Wildfire: ...


Statistics By Disasters Type


Percentage of reported people killed by disaster type

Percentage of reported people affected by disaster type




*: Including tsunami


More information and data on: www.emdat.be/

Source of data: "EM-DAT: The OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database, Université catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Bel."
Data version: v11.08

Data displayed does not imply national endorsement