China-2016 Climate Bulletin

China Meteorological Administration issues 2016 China Climate Bulletin

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Beijing, China - Jan 10, 2017
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1. Press conference
2. Reporters
3. 2016 China Climate Bulletin
4. Map

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5. Various of rainstorm, debris after rainstorm

Beijing, China - Jan 10, 2017
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Chen Yu, senior engineer, researcher, National Climate Center under China Meteorological Administration (partially overlaid with shot 7, ending with shot 8):
"China didn't have good climate in 2016. The causes were complicated, and El Nino was a relatively major factor. El Nino made temperature in the middle-east equator Pacific Ocean area obviously higher than normal. In fact the sea and the atmosphere are in an integrated climate system, and they influence and are linked with each other. Through its response to the changes in sea temperature, the atmosphere can lead to changes in temperature, resulting in rainfall and typhoon."

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7. Various of rainstorm, debris after rainstorm
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8. Various of rainstorm

Beijing, China - Jan 10, 2017
9. Press conference

FILE: Beijing, China - Date Unknown
10. Various of meteorological equipment
11. Various of traffic

Storyline

China Meteorological Administration issued the country's 2016 Climate Bulletin on Tuesday, showing that the super El Nino brought extreme weather to China with frequent rainstorms, floods and typhoons.

According to the bulletin, the average temperature in 2016 was 0.81 degrees Celsius higher than normal, ranking it the third highest in history. The number of torrential rain days was the highest since 1961, with a total of 26 provinces, autonomous regions and cities seriously hit by floods. In addition, a large number of strong typhoons also landed on China in the year.

"China didn't have good climate in 2016. The causes were complicated, and El Nino was a relatively major factor. El Nino made temperature in the middle-east equator Pacific Ocean area obviously higher than normal. In fact the sea and the atmosphere are in an integrated climate system, and they influence and are linked with each other. Through its response to the changes in sea temperature, the atmosphere can lead to changes in temperature, resulting in rainfall and typhoon," said Chen Yu, a senior engineer and researcher of the National Climate Center under China Meteorological Administration.

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