Data captured by MODIS Aqua/Terra with active fire points marked as red dots Aqua images are at approximately 10.30 am and Terra at 1.30 pm Most fires observed in the afternoon
Aqua, 5Nov, 2015: (1) Most fires seen in Muktasar, Fazilka and Bathinda districts (2) Number of fires (144) more than almost double the previous day (57)
Aqua, 6Nov, 2015: (1) Most fires seen in Sangrur, Ludhiana and Patiala districts (2) Number of fires (107) slightly decreased from the previous day (144)
Aqua, 7Nov, 2015: (1) Most fires seen in Ludhiana, Firozpur and Moga districts (2) Number of fires (476) more than 4 times the previous day (107)
Aqua, 8Nov, 2015: (1) Very thick fog cover was obstructing clear satellite view Fires seen in Fazilka, Firozpur, Bathinda and Muktasar districts (2) Number of fires (7) drastically less than the previous day (476)
Aqua, 9Nov, 2015: Most fires seen in Sangrur, Ludhiana and Patiala districts ------------- Number of fires (552) almost 80 times the previous day (7)
Aqua, 10Nov, 2015:(1) Most fires seen in Sangrur, Barnala and Firozpur districts (2) Number of fires (170) sharply less than the previous day (552)
Aqua, 11Nov, 2015:(1) Maximum number of fires seen in the entire week Coincided with Diwali Most fires seen in Ludhiana, Moga and Sangrur districts (2) Number of fires (991) almost 6 times the previous day (170)
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