ANALYSIS OF NATURAL DISASTERS In the municipality of AGUDO / RS
Keywords:Desastres Naturais¹, Município de Agudo², Análise³
This work is developing on the subject of Natural Disasters, and the same has become routine in the lives of many people around the world, thereby generating large socioeconomic and environmental damage the affected people. In this context, this study developed in the town of Agudo, RS, with a view event logs in the city, located by the coordinates 29 ° 38 '42 "S and 53 ° 14' 24" O, its municipal urban center, far 250 km from the capital Porto Alegre. The city has 59% of its population residing in rural areas and 41% in its urban area and borders the Rio Jacuí, very important for the municipal agriculture. By analyzing the most different phenomena in the municipality consisted that it has risk areas due to its geomorphological characteristics structure. From this it got rebounds of various disasters in the city from floods, drought, windstorms, and the even reach the population is right or indirectly the resident population of the municipality of Agudo.
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