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Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan

Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan

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The animation above depicts a satellite-based estimate of rainfall from July 1 to August 31, 2022. The darkest reds reflect the highest amounts of rainfall, with Pakistan’s Sindh and Balochistan provinces seeing the heaviest rains. The data are remotely sensed estimates that come from the Integrated Multi-Satellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG), a product of the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite mission. Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department.

Flood Woes Continue, Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan, Earthtopomaps

Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan

With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers. One satellite-based assessment conducted by researchers at the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) forecasted that floodwaters would likely reduce Sindh’s cotton crop by 88 percent, rice crop by 80 percent, and sugarcane crop by 61 percent.

NASA Earth Observatory images and video by Joshua Stevens, using VIIRS data from NASA EOSDIS LANCEGIBS/Worldview, and the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) and IMERG data from the Global Precipitation Mission (GPM) at NASA/GSFC. Story by Adam Voiland.

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Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Flood Woes Continue in Pakistan

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

Due to the averaging of the satellite data, local rainfall amounts may be significantly higher when measured from the ground. Sindh and Balochistan received four times more rain than usual for this period, according to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. With so much standing water in fields for so many weeks, the floods have taken a toll on Pakistan’s farmers.

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