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Dust Over Mouth of Indus River – January 1st, 2013

22.5N 69.9E

January 1st, 2013 Category: Dust Storms, Image of the day, Rivers, Wetlands

India and Pakistan – December 28th, 2012

A dust storm that has been blowing off the coast of Iran and Pakistan sends dust and sand particles over the mouth of the Indus River and over the Arabian Sea. Over land, the dust hangs in the air by the Pakistan-India border, partially veiling the Rann of Kutch wetlands and the Gulf of Kutch to their south. The gulf of Khambhat, in the lower right corner, remains unaffected.

Smoke Blows Over Pakistan’s Indus River Valley Once Again

29.0N 68.4E

November 27th, 2012 Category: Fires

Pakistan – November 25th, 2012

After a few clear days, smoke from agricultural fires in northern India once again blows westward over Pakistan (click here for previous images). Here, the green land of the Indus River Valley around the brown, sediment-laden Indus River can be seen through the translucent veil of smoke.

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).

Smoke Over Indus River Valley, Pakistan and India – November 14th, 2012

28.6N 69.7E

November 14th, 2012 Category: Fires, Image of the day

India and Pakistan – November 13th, 2012

As fires continue to blaze in northern India  (click here for previous images), smoke drifts across the border with Pakistan and hangs over the Indus River Valley. The valley is partially visible through the veil of smoke, appearing as a thick, greenish band. In the upper right quadrant, the Himalayas can be seen, providing a barrier that prevents the smoke from spreading northward.

Veil of Dust Over Pakistan and Indus River Valley

27.0N 66.7E

July 1st, 2012 Category: Clouds, Dust Storms

Dust over Pakistan – June 26th, 2012

A veil of dust hangs over Pakistan, partially obstructing the view of the Indus River Valley. The valley usually appears as a large, green reversed S stretching from the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea. Also partially obscuring the land below is a layer of dotted “popcorn” clouds  by the Pakistan-India border, in the lower half of the image. In the full image, a series of wave clouds can be seen near where the Indus River enters the Arabian Sea.

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