ISRO satellite images show extent of inundation

Pictures show Jhelum river in spate and an overflowing Dal lake

 
Last Updated: Thursday 17 September 2015

The National Remote Sensing Centre of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has put out satellite images of the floods in Jammu and Kashmir. The images from RISAT 1 shows that heavy rainfall has resulted in floods in different parts of the state in September. The situation has been aggravated due to rise in the water levels in the river Jhelum. The affected districts include Anantnag, Pulwama, Badgam, Kulgam and Rajouri.

Affected Anantnag, Srinagar, etc areas from RADARSAT-2 image (10-Sep-2014 06:00 A.M)

Affected Anantnag, Srinagar, etc areas from RADARSAT-2 image (10-Sep-2014 06:00 A.M)

Flood progression and recession during 08-09, Sep 2014 in part of Jammu & Kashmir

Flood progression and recession during 08-09, Sep 2014 in part of Jammu & Kashmir

RISAT-1 image of the affected places (September 9)

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RISAT-1 images showing flood progression at Umrabad near Srinagar

RISAT-1 images showing flood progression at Umrabad near Srinagar
RISAT-1 images showing flood recession at Bijbehara near Anantnag

RISAT-1 images showing flood recession at Bijbehara near Anantnag

 


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