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Drought and Deluge Severely Affect Brazil Provinces

Posted by feww on January 7, 2012

Drought Destroys up to a third of corn crop in Rio Grande do Sul state, SE Brazil

Disaster declared in 29 municipalities across Brazil’s southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, while 54 other municipalities are under a state of emergency as drought destroys up to 30 percent of corn crop.

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  • Southern Brazil.  Drought has destroyed up to 30 percent of corn crop across Brazil’s southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul forcing the authorities to declare 29 municipalities as disaster areas, and place 54 other areas under a state of emergency.
  • The drought is affecting at least a third of a million people across the state, the civil defense authorities said.
    • In Frederico Westphalen (population 29,000), one of the worst hit areas,  soy and corn crops are down by nearly a third, fruit production is reduced by at least a fifth, and 15% of pasture land has been destroyed, reports said.
    • Municipal authorities have imposed water rationing, shipping in water by truck.
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Floods are spreading to Brazilian states of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
    • Thousands of people have been evacuated in the town of Campos de Goytacazes in the state of Rio de Janeiro due to flooding, while the civil defense authorities in São Paulo have placed several municipalities under a state of alert.

Other Global Disasters

  • Massachusetts, USA. The Disaster President has declared a major disaster exists in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the areas affected by a severe storm and snowstorm during the period of October 29-30, 2011.
    • The worst hit areas are the counties of Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, and Worcester.

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