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Smoke Over India by Pakistan Border and Gulf of Khambhat

28.5N 71.9E

December 7th, 2012 Category: Fires

India – December 4th, 2012

Smoke from fires in India’s Punjab state spreads eastward along the foot of the Himalayas (upper right quadrant) and westward and southwestward towards Pakistan (left). Partially visible through the veil of smoke, in the lower left quadrant, is the Gulf of Khambhat, famous for its extreme tides.

Smoke Over Gulf of Khambhat, India

21.8N 72.3E

December 5th, 2012 Category: Fires, Rivers

India and Pakistan – December 3rd, 2012

Smoke from fires burning in northwestern India blows southwestward over the state of Gujarat. The smoke partially veils the Gulf of Khambhat, while the Gulf of Kutch, further northwest up the coast, as well as the mouth of the Indus River, in Pakistan, remain clear.

Smoke Blowing Towards Gulf of Khambhat, India

21.8N 72.3E

December 2nd, 2012 Category: Fires, Sediments

India and Pakistan – December 1st, 2012

Smoke from fires in northern India spreads eastwards towards Pakistan and the Gulf of Khambhat, an inlet of the Arabian Sea along the west coast of India, in the state of Gujarat. Here, sediments from the Narmada and Tapti Rivers can be seen pouring into the gulf, which is shallow and known for its extreme tides, which vary greatly in height and run into it with amazing speed.

Smoke Over Gulf of Khambhat and Indus River Mouth, Pakistan and India

21.8N 72.3E

November 18th, 2012 Category: Fires

India and Pakistan – November 18th, 2012

Smoke from fires in northern India  (more images here) blows southwestward over Pakistan. Here, a thin veil of smoke hangs over the Indus River Valley, and down to the rivermouth, as well as over the Gulf of Khambhat (lower right quadrant).

Salt Flats of Rann of Kutch and Sun Glint on Gulf of Khambhat, India

21.8N 72.0E

May 2nd, 2012 Category: Salt Flats

India - April 28th, 2012

Sun glint gives a bright, silvery white color to the Gulf of Khambhat, an inlet of the Arabian Sea along the west coast of India, in the state of Gujarat. Some white areas can also be observed further inland, to the northwest; however, this coloring is due to the white salt flats of the Rann of Kutch, by the India-Pakistan border.

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