Deep Depression ARB 01 was the second deadliest tropical cyclone worldwide in 2013 as well as the deadliest to affect Somalia in recorded history. Nations in the region, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, sent money and supplies to help rebuild the damaged infrastructure and houses. Moving generally westward, the depression failed to intensify much, reaching maximum sustained windsof only 55 km/h (… [19] By 2010, about 40% of the overall recovery cost was met by international donations, although funding was halted after political uprising in 2011. [1] However, Congress MLA Paresh Dhanani claimed damage to be as high as ₹70 billion (US$1.09 billion). Track of TD ARB 02 As of 0600 UTC, 23 December 2012, Deep Depression ARB 02 was located near latitude 9.0°N and longitude 60.0°E, about 1050 km east-southeast of Ras Binnah and 1000 km … [14] The Japanese government provided funding toward building shelter for 700 displaced Al-Akhdam people, designed to be away from the flood plain. Before the flooding was several days of rain starting on October 23, as the remains of a tropical cyclone moved over the area. Overall Gujarat received 33.95% of its average monsoon season rainfall. [5], "The damages... are great and the catastrophe is also great. 2.1 Deep Depression BOB 01; 2.2 Deep Depression BOB 02; 2.3 Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Ogni; 2.4 Deep Depression ARB 01; 2.5 Deep Depression BOB 03; 2.6 Severe Cyclonic Storm Akash; 2.7 Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Gonu; 2.8 Deep Depression BOB 04; 2.9 Deep Depression BOB 05; 2.10 Depression BOB 06; 2.11 Deep Depression … The flood and heavy rain resulted in 81 deaths across Gujarat. [14] In Rajkot district, more than 1700 houses sustained damage. [14] In some areas, relief distribution was duplicated due to lack of coordination while some areas did not receive help. You may have trouble doing normal day-to-day activities, and sometimes you may feel as if life isn't worth living.More than just a bout of the blues, depression isn't a weakness and you can't simply \"snap out\" of it. [3] On the next day, the JTWC discontinued advisories,[2] and the IMD downgraded the system further to a remnant low to the northeast of Cape Guardafui, Somalia. [7] Floods killed about 58,500 livestock and wrecked 309,103 beehives. It died on the next day. 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Deep Depression ARB 02 was a weak tropical cyclone which brought heavy rains and flooding to the Indian state of Gujarat in June 2015. [10] The displaced utilized temporary shelters in mosques and schools, or stayed with family and friends. The government focused on streamlining disaster activities and toward future mitigation. Some of the buildings at the Shibam UNESCO World Heritage Site collapsed due to the floods. The 2020 North Indian Ocean cyclone season was a very active season, featuring 6 cyclonic storms. Following a series of monsoonal disturbances, a fresh wave of thunderstorms organized into an area of low pressure on 21 June in the Arabian Sea, off the coast of Gujarat. [20], Agriculture impacts were significant, estimated at $550 million,[14] which affected 75% of the farmers in Hadhramaut. [16], Then-Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh[18], On October 27, the Yemen government requested assistance from the international community, unable to provide disaster assessments or cope with the rebuilding. Moving generally westward, the depression failed to intensify much, reaching maximum sustained winds of only 55 km/h (35 mph). In late September, Deep Depression ARB 02 formed near Gujarat and intensified into the fourth cyclonic … [11][12], Torrential rains battered Gujarat, with peak accumulations of 636 mm (25.0 in) in Bagasara, 511 mm (20.1 in) in Dhari, and 400 mm (16 in) in Variyav. [2][3] The wild life of Gir Forest National Park and the adjoining area was also affected. [29] Access to clean drinking water and proper shelter for the displaced helped mitigate the spread of disease. Higher food prices also resulted in less income for other residents. Overall damage was estimated at $874.8 million, although residual losses from damaged infrastructure were estimated to cost an additional $726.9 million. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. [15], The Government of Gujarat announced a ₹300 crore relief package which included ₹150 crore from the National Calamity Relief Fund.[1][25]. The agency also provided school kits for 4,500 students whose facilities were damaged. At least 80 people died in the region, with Saurashtra suffering the greatest losses. These large amounts of rain falling in a short period of time resulted in flooding in Saurashtra region. [16] To raise money for the disaster recovery, the Yemeni government cut one day of salary for all workers, equating to $4.25 million, and the government provided another $100 million from its annual budget. For many families, the effects of the disaster lasted several years due to insufficient assistance or disrupted jobs. Later that day, the depression strengthened into a deep depression with … Deep Depression ARB 02 was a weak tropical cyclone that caused extensive damage and loss of life in Yemen in October 2008. [17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24], A total of 112,217 farmers suffered major or minor damages, while 134,007 hectares of land were eroded. The remnants of Deep Depression ARB 02 caused the flooding. Severe flooding ensued across the region, isolating many villages in the Saurashtra region. Proverbs 12:25 - Anxiety in a man's heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad.. Romans 12:2 - Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the … Depression in the Bible. The floods killed 180 people and severely disrupted the livelihoods of about 700,000 residents of Hadhramaut and Al Mahrah governorates, mostly farmers whose fields were washed away. [27] The United Arab Emirates Red Crescent assisted in the reconstruction work, sending $27.3 million to rebuild 1,000 houses;[14] 750 of these were completed by December 2009. [15], There was severe damage to crops and a large number of cattle died. Damage was heaviest in Hadhramaut Governorate, accounting for 67.5% of the material damages, and occurred mostly along the coast; 16 of the 19 districts in the governorate reported damage. [26] The Organisation of the Islamic Conference declared the situation a "national catastrophe" and started a drive to collect funds for the relief of flood victims. A railway bridge near Gavadka collapsed and a railway line was washed away near Borala village near Savarkundla. Deep Depression ARB 04 on December 23, 1992.png 974 × 976; 576 KB Deep Depression BOB 02 on June 17, 1992.png 964 × 980; 681 KB Deep Depression BOB 03 on July 26, 1992.png 966 × 982; … [25], The state government deployed the Indian Air Force (IAF) and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) for rescue and relief operation. [5] In Al Mahrah Governorate, the storm washed a cargo ship ashore, although the 17 person crew was rescued. It was the third tropical cyclone and second deep depression of the 2015 North Indian Ocean cyclone season. [4] With marginally favorable conditions, the depression intensified slightly, and the IMD upgraded it to a 55 km/h (35 mph) deep depression on October 21,[3] the same peak as the JTWC. With low wind shear and warm waters of 27 to 28 °C (81 to 82 °F), the system slowly organized. The World Bank led the assessment efforts, estimating the cost of recovery at $1.046 billion, mostly toward rebuilding houses, regrowing crops, and restoring social services. The sixth tropical cyclone and third deep depression of the 2008 North Indian Ocean cyclone season, ARB 02 formed on October 19 off the west coast of India from the same broader system that spawned a tropical storm in the southern Indian Ocean at the same time. The sixth tropical cyclone and third deep depression of the 2008 North Indian Ocean cyclone season, ARB 02 formed on October 19 off the west coast of India from the same broader system that spawned a tropical storm in the southern Indian Ocean at the same time. Deep depression Tropical storm Duration August 9 – August 12 Peak intensity 55 km/h (35 mph) (3-min) 1000 hPa Super Cyclonic Storm Zeke (BOB 02) Super cyclonic … Local charities and residents collectively raised $8.5 million. Central-East Gujarat received 19.92%, north Gujarat 7.45% and Kutch 7.30% of their average monsoon season rainfall. On October … On October 11, an active phase of the Madden–Julian oscillation, in conjunction with an equatorial wind burst, produced twin areas of convection in the central Indian Ocean on both sides of the equator. The hardest hit areas had poor infrastructure, which caused difficulties in communications as relief goods were distributed. The system organized into Depression ARB 02 early on 4 June, as determined by the India Meteorological Department. [15] Throughout the country, the floods destroyed 2,826 houses and damaged another 3,679, leaving about 25,000 people homeless;[14] many of these houses were made of mud,[12] washed away by the floodwaters. Overall damage was estimated at US$874.8 million, although residual losses from damaged infrastructure were estimated to cost an additional US$726.9 million. [14] Around 4,000 people were evacuated from seventeen villages downstream of Bhadar dam. 1 Timeline 2 Storms 2.1 Cyclonic Storm Mekunu 2.2 Tropical Depression BOB 02 2.3 Tropical Depression LAND 01 2.4 Cyclonic Storm Daye 2.5 Tropical Depression ARB 01 2.6 Tropical Depression BOB 04 2.7 Deep Depression BOB 05 2.8 Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Luban 2.9 Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Titli 2.10 Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Gaja 2.11 Deep Depression … After that, BOB 02 made landfall in Andhra Pradesh near Kakinada in the early hours of 13 October and weakened again into a depression… It … [28] The Arab Fund sent $135 million, including $35 million for road reconstruction. [10], There were heavy rains on 23 and 24 June 2015 across Gujarat. [7] Deep convection persisted to the west of the system while the circulation continued to develop over the next 24 hours,[8] and the IMD started tracking it as a depression, with the identifier ARB 02. The overall economic impact of the storm was therefore estimated at US$1.638 billion, equating to roughly 6% of the country's gross domestic product. [1] The northern hemisphere system originated in the Bay of Bengal, and moved westward for much of its duration,[2] steered by a ridge to the north along 15º N. On October 16, a low pressure area developed over southern India near Kanyakumari. Deep Depression ARB 02 was a weak tropical cyclone that caused extensive damage and loss of life in Yemen in October 2008. [4][5] The Gujarat government estimated damage at ₹16.5 billion (US$258 million); however, Congress MLA Paresh Dhanani claimed damage to be as high as ₹70 billion (US$1.09 billion). The storm sent a plume of moisture throughout the Arabian Peninsula, contributing to dust storms as far north as Iraq. Nearly 600 of the 838 villages in the district were flooded. The Ministry of Public Works helped reopen roads, which allowed for the transport of relief goods, and the damaged Sayun Airport was repaired to withstand future floods. COVID-19: What you need to know … [7] This equated to about 2 billion m3 (528 billion gallons) of water, more than twice the capacity of most waterways. [3], The convection persisted along the western periphery of an elongated center, organizing enough for the American-based Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) to issue warnings on the depression on October 20,[2] designating it Tropical Cyclone 03A. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) upgraded the storm into a Tropical Cyclone by 0300 UTC of 23 December, followed by Deep Depression … [4] That day, the system moved over Socotra as it reached an area of cooler water temperatures. [9] Lightning strikes killed six people. Ten Asiatic lions, an endangered species with only 523 living individuals documented in May 2015, died during the floods while more than a dozen remain missing. [16] In Seiyun, six soldiers died while attempting to rescue trapped residents. [19] Along the coast, the storm damaged many fishing boats and equipment. 03:00 UTC (8:30 a.m. IST) – The IMD reports that Deep Depression ARB 02 has weakened into a depression. [13], In Saurashtra, Amreli district was badly affected, facing its worst flood in ninety years. About 76% of the overall effects of the flooding were the result of disruption of people's jobs. [14], The effects of the flooding disrupted the livelihoods of about 700,000 residents; most of the storm's damage affected people's jobs, including farming, industry, and commerce, totaling $557.3 million in damages. [9] The storm sent a plume of moisture that spread into Saudi Arabia, reaching 74 mm (2.9 in) in Najran, and was drawn northward into Iraq by a trough over Syria, triggering dust storms. The cyclone subsequently strengthened into a deep depression … [17] Businesses and other infrastructure projects were also destroyed. Land interaction and dry air weakened the convection around the system as it approached the Gulf of Aden. Deep Depression ARB 02 Under the influence of an active Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone, a low pressure area formed over the Arabian Sea near 7.3°N and 70.7°E on 18 December. [14] The storm also knocked down 547,185 palm trees, 16,587 citrus trees, and another 161,449 fruit trees. On 11 October, an area of low pressure concentrated into a depression over the west-central Bay of Bengal. Following heavy rains, Gujarat was affected by floods. [7] Despite the heavy agriculture damage, the floods did not disrupt the national food supply. A temporada de ciclones no Oceano Índico norte de 2008 foi um evento em andamento do ciclo anual de formação de ciclones tropicais.A temporada de ciclones no Oceano Índico não há limites específicos, … [7] Electricity and telephone lines were disrupted in the region. However, the effects were most severe in Yemen, becoming the second-worst natural disaster in the country after deadly floods in 1996. Flooding in the Amreli district was reported to be the worst in 90 years; 600 of the district's 838 villages were affected, 400 of which were rendered inaccessible by land. [25] The United Nations Development Programme helped house displaced storm victims, and many of the mud-built houses were repaired with the same construction materials as before. It slowly tracked westwards, organizing itself and intensifying … [11] Overall, the floods killed around 180 people in Yemen,[12] with many corpses carried away by the deluge. The overall economic impact of the storm was therefore estimated at $1.638 billion, equating to roughly 6% of the country's gross domestic product. [16] The preliminary damage estimated by the government were at ₹1650 crore (US$260 million), but The Indian Express estimated the damage at ₹7000 crore (US$1.1 billion), much higher than the government's estimation. The IMD downgraded the cyclone to depression status on October 22. 23 October. Deep Depression ARB 01 or Tropical Cyclone O1A stared on January 13 to the south of India. Widespread irrigation systems were also damaged, including 117,875 m (386,729 ft) of pipelines, 1,241 wells, and 1,229 water pumps. [23] The government also enacted the Fund for Hadramout and Al-Mahara Reconstruction, which failed to promptly distribute aid assistance. Media in category "2012 North Indian Ocean cyclone season" The following 23 files are in this category, out of 23 total. More than 200 people were rescued from various places affected by the floods. Deep Depression ARB 02, or Tropical Cyclone 04A, began as a low pressure area over the Arabian Sea near 7.3°N and 70.7°E on 19 December. By that time, the convection had organized more, although it was displaced slightly from the center due to stronger wind shear. Deep Depression BOB04 Oct 19 2011.jpg 7,656 × 9,658; 49.35 MB STS 08S (Delfina) 31 dec 2002 0740Z.jpg 8,000 × 6,400; 8.32 MB Dennis 11 sept 1987 1719Z.jpg 540 × 540; 84 KB Agencies under the United Nations provided food and logistical support. The flood is also known as the June 2015 Gujarat flood … However, there was no coordinated disaster plan as of September 2009, and the scale of the disaster proved too great for ministries to handle. [13] Illegal alterations in canal and drainage systems caused the floods to impact many houses and buildings,[14] and the governor of Hadhramaut credited the invasive Prosopis juliflora weed as exasperating floods after blocking waterways. [26] On 25 June 2015, IAF helicopters delivered more than 200,000 food packets to villages affected by the flood. Jetpur town was flooded as the floodgates of Bhadar dam were opened. [14] By December 2008, most roads, power systems, hospitals, and communication services were restored. ARB 02: December 17– 18: Depression: 45 km/h (30 mph) 994 hPa (29.35 inHg) Somalia: Unknown: None: Season aggregates 10 systems: May 17– December 18: 130 km/h (80 mph) 975 hPa (28.79 … The storm affected areas of Yemen that already had poor infrastructure and lack of food, and were generally under a state of political unrest, which made recovery difficult. [21] The government sent search and rescue teams into the flooded areas to help stranded residents, although strong winds in the region disrupted these efforts in the immediate aftermath. It was the third tropical cyclone and second deep depression of the 2015 North Indian Ocean cyclone season. 1 Season Summary 2 Systems 2.1 Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Burevi 2.2 Severe Cyclonic Storm Tauktae 2.3 Depression BOB 02 2.4 Cyclonic Storm Yaas 2.5 Deep Depression ARB 03 2.6 Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Gulab 2.7 Land Depression … If you … [14], In addition to requesting international aid, the Yemen government declared Hadhramaut and Al Mahrah governorates as disaster areas,[14] after then-president Ali Abdullah Saleh surveyed the affected areas. [18] The floods damaged 170 schools, as well as many health facilities. The carcasses of 10 lions, 1670 Nilgai, 87 spotted deer, nine black bucks, six wild boars and some porcupines were also recovered. The remnant low of the storm turned back to the northwest and re-emerged into the Arabian Sea. Deep Depression ARB 02, or Tropical Cyclone 04A, began as a low pressure area over the Arabian Sea near 7.3°N and 70.7°E on 19 December.It slowly tracked westwards, organizing itself and intensifying into a Depression by 1100 UTC of 22 December. The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Anandiben Patel declared Rs 400,000 as compensation to the kin of each of the deceased. [3] The JTWC continued tracking the system as it moved northwestward, and the circulation made landfall near Ash Shihr in southeastern Yemen late on October 23, losing its identity shortly thereafter. Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Mala Mala started as Tropical Cyclone 02B on April 25 and … [10] This resulted in the second worst natural disaster on record in Yemen, following deadly floods in 1996. [16], Infrastructure damage was estimated at $113 million (2008 USD), most of which related to damaged roads,[14] after thoroughfares were washed away. [19] Soil erosion from the floods damaged 22,902 acres (9,268 ha) of farmlands, as well as 51,455 acres (20,823 ha) of uncultivated lands. [6], The monsoon in Gujarat typically starts in mid-June every year. [6], The Gir Forest National Park and adjoining area housing Asiatic lions, an endangered species with only 523 living individuals documented in May 2015, was severely affected. This is identified as among the best series of articles produced by the Wikipedia community. [22] Yemen's Deputy Prime Minister for Internal Affairs coordinated the relief efforts, in conjunction with the governors of the most affected areas. [14] This mostly affected cereals, vegetables, and forage crops. [14], Over the long term, residents lost significant amounts of income in the storm-affected areas, particularly farms in the year after the storm. [14] Damage to housing, hospitals, and education was estimated at $200 million. After the scale of the damage became clear, the government of Yemen requested for assistance from the international community. On October 19, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) classified the low as a depression about 725 km (450 mi) southeast of the Yemeni island of Socotra. Studies have linked depression with low dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids and have also found that countries with higher fish consumption, such as Japan, have a lower rate of depression… 1 Season summary 2 Systems 2.1 Deep Depression BOB 01 2.2 Land Depression 01 2.3 Severe Cyclonic Storm Amphan 2.4 Deep Depression ARB 01 2.5 Super Cyclonic Storm Nisarga 2.6 Land Depression 02 … The system in the southern hemisphere would become Moderate Tropical Storm Asma in the south-west Indian Ocean, and the system in the northern hemisphere would ultimately strike Yemen. Shetrunji river and its tributaries were flooded. The president also utilized the nation's military to assist storm victims,[18] and sent aircraft with tents, food, and medicine to the worst hit areas. [23], Various agencies under the United Nations assisted in the recovery;[14] the World Health Organization provided medical kits to the worst hit areas, capable of helping 10,000 residents each for three months. Depression and anxiety commonly occur together and have similar treatments: counseling (psychotherapy) or medication, such as antidepressants, or both. Deep Depression ARB 02 was a weak tropical cyclone which brought heavy rains and flooding to the Indian state of Gujarat in June 2015. The area's economy largely recovered to pre-flood levels by 2010. [14] Arab nations in the region also donated cash and supplies to Yemen;[12] Saudi Arabia pledged $100 million in assistance. It was no longer classifiable as a tropical depression by October 23, and later that day, its remnants struck near Ash Shihr in eastern Yemen. [14] The UNESCO World Heritage Site at Shibam – dating back to the 3rd century and housing tall mud buildings from the 17th century – was surrounded by floodwaters,[16] causing some of the dwellings to collapse. [5] Hundreds of residents became trapped in their homes, while businesses and schools were shut down. Poor drainage practices and an invasive species of weed contributed to the floods, which damaged or destroyed 6,505 houses, leaving about 25,000 people homeless. It further intensified into a deep depression on 12 October as it moved slowly west-northwestwards. Rain continued, … [14] Also in Hadramaut, there were 57 people injured due to the storm. Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. [verification needed]Saurashtra and south Gujarat received 65.99% and 37.82% respectively of their average monsoon season rainfall in June. [9] ARB 02 continued to develop and by the night of 22 June, the JTWC issued a TCFA on the system, while it was 285 nmi (528 km; 328 mi) west-northwest of Mumbai. [6], A representative of UNICEF estimated that the magnitude of the flooding was the worst in 600 years, attributing the scope to climate change. [14] 359 dams were damaged, alongside 65 reservoirs. [4], Moving ashore southeastern Yemen, the storm dropped heavy rainfall in the typically arid region, reaching 91 mm (3.6 in) in some areas,[5] and possibly as high as 200 mm (8 in),[6] over a 20,000  km2 (7,700 mi2) area. [12] At the Sayun Airport, floods damaged runways and other facilities. The areas effected – primarily Hadhramaut and Al Mahrah governorates – are usually dry and unsuited for such flooding. Deep Depressin BOB 02 16 June 2011.jpg 9,069 × 10,360; 70.49 MB Deep Depression ARB 04 on 29 Nov near Peak Intensity.png 2,000 × 2,500; 8.36 MB Depression ARB 02 on 29 October 2011.PNG … The World Bank also provided $41 million toward the Yemen Flood Protection and Emergency Reconstruction, which rebuilt vital infrastructure and ensured they were flood-proof. Deep Depression BOB 03 formed on August 7 before impacting East India and Bangladesh. The sixth tropical cyclone and third deep depression of the 2013 North Indian Ocean cyclone season, ARB 01 formed in the Arabian Sea on November 8. It slowly tracked … 2.5 Depression ARB 02; 2.6 Cyclonic Storm Nivar; 2.7 Deep Depression BOB 01; 2.8 Depression BOB 02; 2.9 Severe Cyclonic Storm Burevi; 2.10 Super Cyclonic Storm Tauktae; 2.11 Deep Depression ARB 03; 2.12 Cyclonic Storm Yaas; 2.13 Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Gulab; 2.14 Depression … [14] Yemen's Red Cross provided meals and water to about 21,000 people. [21] Ultimately, the Red Cross assisted over 70,000 storm victims through health programs,[24] and also helped residents cope with stress, hygiene promotion, and other ongoing vulnerabilities to their livelihoods. Another flood affected Gujarat a month after this storm. Deep Depression ARB 01. Paschim Gujarat Vij Company Ltd (PGVCL) declared 705 electricity poles damaged. The storm dropped heavy rainfall in a normally arid region, reaching around 91 mm (3.6 in), which caused flash flooding in valleys after waterways were unable to contain the approximately 2 billion km3 (528 billion gallons) of water that fell. [16] At an international donor conference, various individuals and countries pledged $301 million to help with the reconstruction in the country. 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