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Typhoon Haiyan 2013 Survey Report

Typhoon Haiyan 2013 Survey Report

Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines in November 2013, was an extremely intense tropical cyclone that had a catastrophic impact. The minimum central pressure of Typhoon Haiyan was 895 hPa, making it the strongest typhoon to make landfall on a major island in the western North Pacific Ocean. Based on the survey results, the storm surge level was 5-6 m inside of the Leyte Gulf.

Survey

The joint post-event surveys were conducted as JSCE-PICE joint survey team.

Team 1

  • Date
    • December 11-17, 2013
  • Locations
    • Leyte and Samar
  • Members
    • YOSHIMITSU TAJIMA, TOMOHIRO YASUDA, BENITO M. PACHECO, ERIC C. CRUZ, KOJI KAWASAKI, HISAMICHI NOBUOKA, MAMORU MIYAMOTO, YUJI ASANO, TARO ARIKAWA, NOEL M. ORTIGAS, RONWALDO AQUINO, WILLIAM MATA, JUSTIN VALDEZ, FERDINAND BRIONES

Team 2A

  • Date
    • January 24-31, 2013
  • Locations
    • Leyte, Samar, Panay
  • Members
    • Nobuhito Mori, Tomohiro Yasuda, Kazuyoshi Nishijima, Daiki Tsujio, Eric Cruz, Aragorn Inocencio

Team 2B

  • Date
    • January 23-27, 2013
  • Locations
    • Samar
  • Members
    • Yoshimitsu Tajima, Jun Sasaki, Hisamichi Nobuoka, Takanori Shimozono, Andrew Kennedy

Survey results

Data

References

Use of image

Please refer as the “JSCE-PICE Typhoon Haiyan joint survey team” when you use the data set.

Use of data

Please refer following reports as the JSCE-PICE Typhoon Haiyan joint survey team when you use the data set.