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Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System team investigated in Khabarovsk, Russia for flood disaster

2019-09-25  |   Editor : xuzhiping  
Category : News

From August 25 to 30, Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System (DRRKS) team conducted academic seminars and field trips in Khabarovsk, Russia, as planned. DRRKS team visited the Institute of Water and Ecology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Heheqier Nature Reserve of Russia, the Amur River Bridge Museum in Russia, and the flood dam.

The Director of Maria KRYUKOV and the Deputy Director of Aleksey MAKHINOV of the Institute of Water and Ecology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, introduced climate change, flood disasters, and natural ecological protection in Khabarovsk Krai area. Juanle Wang, the technical director of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System made the report of "International Knowledge Center for Engineering Sciences and Technology under the Auspices of UNESCO (IKCEST): The Mission and Progress of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service”. The two teams held in-depth discussions and exchanges on the information acquisition and processing of flood monitoring, landslide monitoring.

DRRKS team investigated the flood level of the Amur River and the flood control facilities along its coast, especially the flood control capacity of the Pemzenskiy Channel Dam and the Protective Dam, the local residents’ disaster situation and the government's disaster prevention and reduction response actions.

In the course of the investigation, the DRRKS team collected basic data such as regional climate and disasters meet to the Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System, and initially formed a willingness of cooperation on the multi-source remote sensing monitoring and rapid disaster assessment and mapping during flood disasters. It will lay the foundation for further advancing the construction of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System.

Figure 1 Visiting the Institute of Water and Ecology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Figure 2 High river level

Figure 3 Flood damage


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