Slow subsidence up to 9cm in seven months reports ISRO.

Joshimath land subsidence

Slow subsidence up to 9cm is recorded in Joshimath town over a period of seven months, between April and November 2022, according to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) satellite-based report. “Between 27 December, 2022 and 8 January, 2023, a rapid subsidence event was triggered”, the reports states. The region subsided around 5cm within a span of few days. It is confined to the central part of Joshimath town, says ISRO.

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