Noticias: Comienza el Descenso – News: Starting the Descent


El día 3 de septiembre el río Amur alcanzó su nivel récord, 8.08 metros. A partir del día 4, el nivel comenzó a descender, 8.06 metros. Durante el día 5 el nivel se mantuvo en 8.01 metros. Durante el día 6, las mediciones continúan a la baja, 7.98 metros a las 8:00, 7.97 metros a las 12:00, 7.96 metros a las 16:00. Más de 660 edificios de Khabarovsk están inundados.

En Komsomolsk el nivel se ha situado en 8.60 metros, donde el río sigue subiendo y se siguen evacuando a miles de personas.

El nivel en Blagoveshchensk ha bajado ya dos metros desde el pico de mediados de agosto.

Mientras tanto, parece que las comunicaciones con Komsomolsk pasan por ahora por ir en tren vía Sovetskaya Gavan. Está previsto que el transporte por tren esté cerrado hasta el 11 de septiembre.

Noticias:

Infográfico interactivo del antes y después de la inundación (RIA Novosti)

El suceso histórico hidrológico en el Lejano Oriente (Vestnik)

On September 3rd, the Amur River reached its record level, 8.08 meters. Starting on September 4th, the level started to decrease, 8.06 meters. During September 5th the river maintained the level at 8.01 meters. During 6th, measurements continued to get better, 7.98 meters at 8 AM, 7.97 meters at noon and 7.96 meters ar 4 PM. More than 660 buildings in Khabarovsk are flooded.

In Komsomolsk the level is at 8.60 meters, where the river keeps rising and they are evacuating thousands of persons.
The level in Blagoveshchensk has decreased already two meters from the peak level at middle August.

In the meantime, it seems that communications with Komsomolsk are now by train through Sovetskaya Gavan. Forecast is that train transportation remains closed until September 11th.

News:

Interactive infographics of flood before and after (RIA Novosti)

The milestone hydrologic event in the Far East (Vestnik)

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