Emergency response service of scientific data for Mudslide disaster in Madang Town, Xiahe County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (20230710)
Publish time： 2023-07-13 16:56
According to CCTV news, at 23:34 on July 10, 2023, affected by continuous rainfall, a mudslide occurred in Zhangzigou village, Madang Town, Xiahe County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province.
As of 14:00 on July 12, the disaster caused a total of 2 deaths, 2 people lost contact, 7 people were injured, the affected 76 families of 336 affected people have been transferred to the surrounding two schools for resettlement, the local transport of tents, bedding and other materials have also been in place. In Xiahe County, mudslides on National Highway 568 and provincial highway 312 Damai-Wanggetang have blocked traffic, and local public security has carried out the work of blocking and guaranteeing smooth traffic. After the disaster, Gannan prefecture immediately launched a three-level emergency response to geological disasters, emergency, public security, fire and other rescue forces are carrying out disaster relief work in an orderly manner, and disaster verification is underway.
The National Cryosphere Desert Data Center (hereinafter referred to as the Data Center) collects and prepares basic geographic data, satellite remote sensing data, population data, terrain and other emergency response scientific data according to the disaster situation. Up to now, 41 service data sets have been opened and provided, and the service data volume is about 163.82GB. The "Mudslide Disaster in Madang Town, Xiahe County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (20230710) Scientific data Emergency response Service system" has been released, which provides data visualization, interoperability and data download functions for relevant emergency, rescue and research departments.
The subsequent data center will continue to further collect and sort out various data resources in the disaster area and gradually release them through the data center platform for the use of relevant emergency, rescue and research departments.