|1975.01-||A southern part of Thailand||Heavy rain floods||The number of dead and missing is over 130|
|1975.02.04||Liaoning Province, China||Inland earthquake||Haicheng earthquake M7.3: A dead and missing number is 1,300–1,800 Houses destroyed is over 800,000|
|1975.05-||Myanmar||Cyclone floods||A dead and missing number is 190|
|1975.07-||România||Heavy rain floods||A dead and missing number is over 100|
|1975.08-||Kyushu, Japan||Heavy rain floods||A dead and missing number is 35,Injured is 60,Destroyed houses 500,Inundation over 12,000|
|1975.08-||Honshu, Japan||Typhoon floods||A dead and missing number is 77,Injured 200,Destroyed houses 2,400,Inundation 50,000|
|1975.08-||Honshu, Japan||Typhoon floods||A dead and missing number is 33,Injured 50,Destroyed houses 700,Inundation 48,000|
|1975.09.06||A north-eastern part of Turkey||Inland earthquake||M6.9-7.1 A dead and missing number is over 2,400|
The remarks should be made for Haicheng earthquake and Lice earthquake disasters.
The Haicheng earthquake disaster is famous for the successful evacuation of a potentially affected population before a devastating earthquake. The Lice earthquake disaster gave a huge impact on Turkish district of Lice. Many strong aftershocks followed the main shock, causing the collapse of already partly damaged homes, and keeping the surviving residents quite frightened (USGS).