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Kudarati Apatti Samaye Sahay Chukavava Babat Latest Paripatra Date 18/3/2021

Kudarati Apatti Samaye Sahay Chukavava Babat Latest Paripatra Date 18/3/2021
Natural disasters are the result of a hazard overwhelming highly vulnerable community, often resulting in mortality and morbidity. Over the past decade, over 300 natural disasters occur yearly around the world affecting millions and cost billions. The disaster cycle is a framework used to base a coordinated plan to respond, recover, prevent, and prepare for a disaster. Access to clean water, proper sanitation, food/nutrition, shelter, and the threat of communicable diseases are concerns that have the potential to be detrimental to the management of a natural disaster, slowing the recovery process.

You can monitor natural disasters around the world, as published by the Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System - www.gdacs.org. The app shows the latest natural disasters like earthquakes, droughts, volcano eruptions, tropical cyclones, tsunamis and floods as color coded icons in a list as well as on a Google Maps backdrop; the icon colors indicate the alert level - green, orange, and red. The icon will look more transparent the older the event was published. Clicking on the item will bring up more details about the disaster event. UTM or geographic grids can optionally be displayed on the map.

* Now with dark mode setting.
Disaster Alert is a free, mobile app that provides individuals, families, and their loved ones with the information they need to stay safe anywhere in the world. Built on PDC’s DisasterAWARE® platform, Disaster Alert™ offers near real-time updates about 18 different types of active hazards as they are unfolding around the globe.

With Disaster Alert, you can customize early warning alerts, view situational analysis reports, and access modeled hazard impacts for select hazards in a single, easy-to-use map interface. Disaster Alert’s continuous stream of new information is automatically derived from only scientifically verified sources. When no official source is available, alerts are updated manually, presenting a small lag in time.

INCLUDED HAZARDS
Hazard updates provided with Disaster Alert include only active hazards. “Active Hazards” are part of a collection of recent incidents that have been designated as potentially hazardous to people, property, or assets by PDC.

Global events (Automated): Hurricanes (tropical cyclones / typhoons), earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanos, floods, wildfires. Also included for the U.S. only are tornados and winter storms.
Other Major events (Manual): Marine hazards, storms, droughts, and manmade incidents.Also included for Hawaii only are high surf advisories, high winds, and flash floods.

*Additional hazards will be included as new sources and algorithms are identified and verified.
NEW IN VERSION 4
*NEW: Free, customizable hazard alerts based on location and severity, with automatic updates as each new advisory is released
*NEW: Animated Layers (rainfall, clouds, winds, more…)
*NEW: Layers for tropical storm tracks and 20 other various incidents (including smaller earthquakes, etc.)
*NEW: Improved navigation and user experience, including user preferences for look and feel
*NEW: Support for select international languages (other languages are added over time)

Kudarati Apatti Samaye Sahay Chukavava Babat Latest Paripatra Date 18/3/2021
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OTHER KEY FEATURES
Interactive map interface displaying 18 different types of active hazards
Situational analysis reports including modeled impact analyses for select hazards
Customizable background maps
Map overlays with population densities, global cloud coverage, and more.

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