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5/28/21

Arabian Sea temperature rises to 1.4 degrees, hurricanes, floods and drought threat increase


Disaster analysis on Gujarat: Arabian Sea temperature rises to 1.4 degrees, hurricanes, floods and drought threat increase



Tau-te hurricane struck Gujarat

Increased scorching heat, hurricanes, floods and droughts in Gujarat are responsible for deforestation, encroachment on land and water
Districts of Saurashtra like Amreli, Girsomnath, Junagadh and Porbandar are affected by severe storms.
There are often droughts in some districts of the state while some are flooded

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Deforestation and encroachment on land and water resources are responsible for the rising heat and natural disasters in Gujarat. This has led to a fourfold increase in the incidence of hurricanes, droughts and floods in the last 50 years. The surface temperature of the Arabian Sea has risen by 1.4 degrees Celsius over the last two decades. This has led to an increase in the incidence of hurricanes on the west coast and hurricanes are coming every year after 2018.

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People are suffering from scorching heat with rising temperatures over the last few days in the state responsible for the microclimatic changes behind all the incidents . The state has been devastated by the recent cyclone Tau-te. At the same time, sometimes droughts and sometimes floods occur in the state. Behind all these phenomena is the destruction of forests as well as encroachment on land and water resources along with microclimate changes in the atmosphere.



According to an analysis
released by the Council of Energy Environment and Water (CEEW) based on CEEW's analysis, the state has seen a three-fold increase in cyclone incidence, a nine-fold increase in drought incidence and a four-fold increase in flood incidence in the last 50 years. 


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According to the CEEW, districts of Saurashtra like Amreli, Girsomnath, Junagadh and Porbandar are affected by severe storms. The surface temperature of the Arabian Sea has risen by 1.4 degrees Celsius over the last two decades. This has led to an increase in the incidence of hurricanes on the west coast and hurricanes are coming every year after 2018.



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Monsoon uncertainty affects the state's economy.
In addition to hurricanes, Gujarat experiences extreme heat during the summer. Drought incidence has increased 9 times since 1970 in other districts including Ahmedabad, Bharuch, Jamnagar, Kheda, Rajkot, Surendranagar and Vadodara. Against it, the incidence of floods during the monsoon has also quadrupled. There are often droughts in some districts of the state while some are flooded. This uncertainty affects the state’s economy.

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