Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Juaning, was a strong tropical storm which made a total of four landfalls in Southeast Asia, killing more than 100 people and causing damage estimated at US$126 million. It was the eighth named storm and the fourth severe tropical storm of the 2011 Pacific typhoon season. An anglicization of the Lao language nok ten, ນົກເຕັນ,, means a 'kingfisher'.

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  • La tempête tropicale sévère Nock-Ten (désignation internationale : 1108, désignation JTWC : 10W, terme PAGASA : Juaning) est un puissant cyclone tropical ayant atteint le niveau équivalent à un typhon de catégorie 1 et qui est passée sur le nord des Philippines. Nock-ten, du nom d'un oiseau laotien, a fait 55 morts et a causé des dommages s'élevant à 99 millions de dollars. Contrairement à la précédente tempête nommée Conson de 2010 (faiblement publicisée par PAGASA), les informations à propos de Nock-ten ont largement été diffusées et les habitants localisés dans les zones affectées devaient être tenus informé de la tempête. Manille, la capitale, directement concernée par la tempête, s'est préparée à de fortes pluies et à une fermeture des écoles à travers la ville. (fr)
  • 平成23年台風第8号(へいせい23ねんたいふうだい8ごう、アジア名:ノックテン『Nock-ten、命名国:ラオス、意味:鳥』)は2011年7月26日に発生した台風である。 (ja)
  • 強烈熱帶風暴洛坦(英语:Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten,聯合颱風警報中心:10W,國際編號:1108,菲律賓大氣地球物理和天文管理局:Juaning)為2011年太平洋颱風季第8個被命名的風暴。「洛坦」一名乃由寮國提供,意為鳥。 (zh)
  • Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Juaning, was a strong tropical storm which made a total of four landfalls in Southeast Asia, killing more than 100 people and causing damage estimated at US$126 million. It was the eighth named storm and the fourth severe tropical storm of the 2011 Pacific typhoon season. The depression formed on July 24. Though it was one of the deadliest tropical storms of 2011, its anticipated landfall was well-publicized and appropriate preparations were made. (cf.:Conson) Its peak intensity was measured at 65 knots (120 km/h; 75 mph) on the SSHS east of the Philippines. At initial landfall, the storm killed 75, leaving 9 missing, and causing damage around US$65.73 million. The storm exited land and started strengthening again as it moved into the South China Sea. The system turned towards China's Island province of Hainan where a yellow alert was issued and heavy to very heavy rainfall was predicted. Fourteen flights from Hainan's provincial capital Haikou were cancelled and rail ferry service to China was suspended. Some 27,700 people were evacuated from Hainan's low-lying area. Nock-ten claimed 2 lives and caused widespread damage worth US$58 million in Hainan. The system again exited land and strengthened as it curved towards Vietnam. On approaching land, the system and its remnants affected Laos and Thailand. The storm poured extremely heavy rainfall flooding the Yom River and the Nan River. 650,000 people were evacuated from low-lying areas as some 6,200 acres of rice and other crop fields were reported completely submerged. Damages were expected to be US$ $2.33 million and the death toll was put at 42. An anglicization of the Lao language nok ten, ນົກເຕັນ,, means a 'kingfisher'. (en)
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  • 平成23年台風第8号(へいせい23ねんたいふうだい8ごう、アジア名:ノックテン『Nock-ten、命名国:ラオス、意味:鳥』)は2011年7月26日に発生した台風である。 (ja)
  • 強烈熱帶風暴洛坦(英语:Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten,聯合颱風警報中心:10W,國際編號:1108,菲律賓大氣地球物理和天文管理局:Juaning)為2011年太平洋颱風季第8個被命名的風暴。「洛坦」一名乃由寮國提供,意為鳥。 (zh)
  • La tempête tropicale sévère Nock-Ten (désignation internationale : 1108, désignation JTWC : 10W, terme PAGASA : Juaning) est un puissant cyclone tropical ayant atteint le niveau équivalent à un typhon de catégorie 1 et qui est passée sur le nord des Philippines. Nock-ten, du nom d'un oiseau laotien, a fait 55 morts et a causé des dommages s'élevant à 99 millions de dollars. (fr)
  • Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Juaning, was a strong tropical storm which made a total of four landfalls in Southeast Asia, killing more than 100 people and causing damage estimated at US$126 million. It was the eighth named storm and the fourth severe tropical storm of the 2011 Pacific typhoon season. An anglicization of the Lao language nok ten, ນົກເຕັນ,, means a 'kingfisher'. (en)
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  • Tempête tropicale Nock-Ten (fr)
  • 平成23年台風第8号 (ja)
  • 強烈熱帶風暴洛坦 (2011年) (zh)
  • Tropical Storm Nock-ten (2011) (en)
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