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A study on the relationship between the sumatra earthquake in Indonesia and the pearl river floods in China

GAO Jian-guo1,YAO Qing-lin1,Qiang Zu-ji1,HUANG Shu-tao2,DU Le-tian2,WANG Yong-quan3,GUO Zeng-jian4,WU Yong-xiang5,LIU Li-ping6,JIA Yan1(1.Institute of Geology,China Earthquake Administration,Beijing 100029,China;2.Beijing Institute of Geology,China National Nuclear Corporation,Beijing 100029,China;3.Yellow River Institute of Hydraulic Research,Zhengzhou 450003,China;4.Lanzhou Institute of Seismic Science,China Earthquake Administration,Lanzhou 730000,China;5.Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources,Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute,Ministry of Water Resources,Nanjing 210029,China;6.Guangdong Institute of Hydrology,Guangzhou 510150,China)  
In this paper,it is studied that the relationship between the Sumatra Earthquake and the Pearl River Floods.The subduction zones in south of Sumatra are trouble spots of strong earthquakes.In the past 200 years,serious earthquakes took place for three times,Ms 8.7 Nov.11th,1833,Ms8.5 Feb.21st,1861,Ms 9.3 Dec. 26th,2004.The second year after the earthquakes,heavy floods happened in the Pearl River Basin in South China.The earthquakes caused broad zones of fracture,which made hot water vapours release from the earth's crust.Because of complex and obstructed fissures,the water vapours rose up to the earth surface one year later after the earthquakes.The water vapours moved to South China with the southwest air current.
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