Forest Fire (27051 ha) in Australia 14 Sep 2022

Event summary

This forest fire can have a low humanitarian impact based on the and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID WF 1009328
Countries: Australia
Start Date - Last detection*: 14 Sep 2022 - 24 Sep 2022
Duration (days): 10
People affected: 0 in the burned area
Burned area: 27051 ha
More Info: Global Wildfire Information System

*(Last detection of the thermal anomaly of the fire)


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Articles: 51 | About casualties: 1 | Last hour: 0

Fighting The Evil Enemy — Forest Fire2022-10-02T01:55+0200.

Nagpur: Very few of us are aware of the fact that it is not poaching, but among the most damaging factors affecting our forests is actually the trail left behind by the forest fires. From a few acres, which the fire-fighting staff manage to
'Satellite heroes' behind earthquake relief2022-10-01T12:55+0200.

(ECNS) -- Soon after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck Luding County, southwest China's Sichuan Province at 12:52 pm on Sept. 5, 2022, the China Center for Resources Satellite Data & Application immediately started emergency rescue work. Th
Two-thirds of Earth’s land is on pace to lose water …2022-09-29T06:39+0200.

The world watched with a sense of dread in 2018 as Cape Town, South Africa, counted down the days until the city would run out of water. The region’s surface reservoirs were going dry amid its worst drought on record, and the public countdo
China’s extreme weather challenges scientists trying to study it2022-09-22T02:17+0200.

Many regions of China are just emerging from a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for two months, and which was followed by one of the worst droughts in nearly 40 years. Researchers are now trying to understand the conditions that fuelled

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