Latitude and longitude of Floods in Bangladesh

Satellite map of Floods in Bangladesh

The South Asian country of Bangladesh located next to India is prone to flooding due to being situated on the Ganges Delta and the many tributaries flowing into the Bay of Bengal. The coastal flooding twinned with the bursting of Bangladesh's river banks is common and severely affects the landscape and society of Bangladesh. 75% of Bangladesh is less than 10m above sea level and 80% is flood plain, therefore rendering Bangladesh a nation very much at risk of further widespread damage despite its development. Whilst more permanent defences, strengthened with reinforced concrete, are being built, many embankments are composed purely of soil and turf and made by local farmers. Flooding normally occurs during the monsoon season from June to September. The convectional rainfall of the monsoon is added to by relief rainfall caused by the Himalayas. Meltwater from the Himalayas is also a significant input and flood every year.

Latitude: 23° 00' 0.00" N
Longitude: 90° 00' 0.00" E

Nearest city to this article: Tungipāra

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GPS coordinates of Floods in Bangladesh, Bangladesh

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