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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy
Earth Observer - Tweets on Geosciences,GIS,Remote Sensing,Water Res,Urban Development,Environment. Working with WRI.Tweets personal. Bengalur/Nagercoil n Tamil
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy 10m
Satellite images from show landslide events that happened in Tamil Nadu n Kerala this year Image 1: New Amarambalam Wildlife sanctuary's Nedumkayam, Irumbanchola regions of Kerala Image 2 :Avalanche Lake, Emerald lake, Porthimund lake sections of TN
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 20
Replying to @googleearth
Really wanted to attend the event but didn't make it 😩
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 16
Replying to @DeivaThaya
😅
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 16
Replying to @yamunajiye
While creating Twitter account there's a step for setting up the ID manually which could be skipped. When skipped it ends up with these numbers at the end. 90%(guesstimate) of such accounts are bots or auto created for marketing campaigns etc. Few of them are actual people too
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 15
image shows the river running in spate. I don't understand how tourist boat rides were permitted in the river during such conditions.
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 15
Follow or for best updates..
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 14
Mother Tongue: Tamil Learnt from School: English Learnt from friends, Movies: Malayalam Learnt in Bengaluru: Kannada Learnt few basic words while playing Counterstrike: Hindi Can sing Rammstein songs in German But most important languages i know: Python, R, JavaScript, C++..
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 14
Replying to @Justice_Rane @rongcup
West coast?
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 11
I guess that these events happened in parallel with Avalanche lake event
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 11
It had few days of very intense rainfall..
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 11
Satellite images in 3D show some land slide affected areas in Malappuram and Wayanad Districts of Kerala this year due to some extreme rainfall events. Due to cloud cover, the wayanad incident is not very clear yet! Data
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 11
Replying to @MajChowdhury
Images are not so clear. But it could be Indian Golden Oriole. It's found across most of India..
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 11
Replying to @MajChowdhury
Looks like Oriole
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 9
Yes. I will repost it there! I am also preparing a small blog around this. Will share the link as soon as possible.
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 9
Stay safe!!!
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 7
Replying to @threadreaderapp
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 7
Replying to @Udaykrv @isro
Thank you sir! I hope this becomes a reality soon..
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 7
Replying to @AnirudhRao10
I am already very happy :) One Big roadblock is that people usually have difficulty in understanding issues n It becomes easier to work on solutions if there's a widespread understanding of problem. I believe that my maps n interpretations r already helping overcome this issue!
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 7
I believe that government would/should work on creation of this rather than an individual or an organization. Folks like us can act as catalysts in process I believe that it's duty of govt n also it would be more effective on ground if govt creates, owns, disseminates n uses it
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Raj Bhagat Palanichamy Sep 7
Replying to @nidhi4all
Thanks! I hope we move into the action phase soon!
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