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Synoptic & Close View of Rockslide Around Ghingran, Uttaranchal

Synoptic & Close View of Rockslide Around

Ghingran, Uttaranchal

Recent Landslides in Uttarakhand

Year

Place

Death

1998,

Malpa, Pithoragarh

210

12-18th August

district

1998,

Okhimath, Rudraprayag

107

12th August

district

2002,

Ghansyali Tehsil, Tehri-

29

10 -11th August

Garhwal

2003,

Uttarakashi

 

Sept-Oct

2004,

Chamoli District

25

1-6 th July

Landslide Lake in Tibet Floods India

 Landslide Lake in Tibet Floods India  Roughly a year after forming behind a landslide

Roughly a year after forming behind a landslide dam, the lake on the

Pareechu River in Tibet began to drain on June 26, 2005. Water and mud gushed down the Pareechu River into the Sutlej, the major river that

flows through India’s

Himachal Pradesh state. Thousands were evacuated from the banks of the Sutlej,

and though several bridges

and buildings were damaged or destroyed, no injuries were

reported in the flood, according to news reports.

Landslides in the Alkananda valley Already predicted in 2002 Sliding started in Sept 2003 Continues till

Landslides in the Alkananda valley

Landslides in the Alkananda valley Already predicted in 2002 Sliding started in Sept 2003 Continues till

Already predicted in 2002

Sliding started in Sept

2003

Continues till date

Property loss over 300 crores

No lives lost

IRS-LISS-III images taken before and after Varunavat landslide in 2003

Landslides in the Alkananda valley Already predicted in 2002 Sliding started in Sept 2003 Continues till

Questions ???

Is it related to Earthquake in 1991, 1999 and in recent

times

Varunavat Landslide, Uttarkashi

IRS-PAN image

A case study from Sikkim Himalayas

A case study from Sikkim Himalayas

SEWAGE

DISCHARGE

MUMBAI CITY SEWAGE DISCHARGE IN MAHIM BAY

IRS-1D LISS-III IMAGE

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Korangi Mangrove forest near Kakinada

<-Aqua culture

IRS1D LISS-III AND PAN MERGED IMAGE

MANGROVE DEGRADATION DUE TO AQUA

CULTURE

ALONG

KAKINADA

COAST

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Devastating fire at IOC Oil Depot Jaipur, India

IOCL Terminal Jaipur, Fire 29/10/2009
IOCL Terminal Jaipur, Fire
29/10/2009

A massive fire broke out at the Indian Oil Corporation depot in Sitapura Industrial Area of Jaipur on Thursday night. This led to an

uncontrollable fire which engulfed 12 huge tanks.Nearly one lakh

kilolitres of fuel, worth Rs 500 crore just burn out. The flames, had thrown up huge columns of thick, black smoke which blocked sunlight. Officials and firefighters finally decided to wait for the burning fuel to get consumed and for the fire to extinguish by itself, as there seemed to be no other alternative.An area of 5 km radius had been marked as danger zone.

General Layout of Terminal & Occurrence of Incident

slide 20 Uran Plant
slide 20
Uran Plant

Map showing location of IOC depot at Jaipur and its adjoining areas

Area where Fire smoke of IOC depot observed

Satellite image overlay on land records map

Forestry

Forestry  MODIS-detected real-time fire hot-spot image
Forestry  MODIS-detected real-time fire hot-spot image

MODIS-detected real-time fire hot-spot image

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