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The situation on the Bureya after the fall of the ground in the Khabarovsk Territory will be followed up by the RAS and Rosnedra
Dmitry Kobylkin, the Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology of Russia, instructed the subordinate organizations to assess the risks of emergency situations at the Bureysky reservoir in the Khabarovsk Territory, where at the end of last year the ground flowed off. The Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Roshydromet, Rosvodoresursy and Rosnedra will be connected to the case.
Roshydromet will monitor the development of the hydrological situation on the Bureysky reservoir during the flood period, special attention will be paid to the village of Chekunda, which can flood. Also, department officials will calculate the water level in the upper part of the reservoir while passing maximum volumes of water through the canal, which the military did. Changes in the bandwidth parameters of the channel will also be traced by representatives of Rosvodoresurs.
According to the press service of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia, Rosnedra and the Russian Academy of Sciences will be engaged in the identification of emerging landslides in the zone of the descent of the ground and throughout the Bureya. These measures should help to calculate possible risks and plan measures to minimize their consequences.
In early February, the military eliminated the collapse of the Bureisk reservoir and made a channel for the passage of water. Later, scientists said that the explosions and the channel created with their help, will not solve the landslide problem, the threat of flooding Chekundy remain. According to the forecasts of scientists, this year the village will accurately flood, and in four years the settlement may completely disappear under water.
Emergency Minister Evgeny Zinichev, who visited the site of the collapse, ordered to send an additional to the village task force, the rescuers will arrive there by April 15 and will remain until the summer. Experts of the Ministry of Environment will additionally examine the canal, after which they will decide whether to carry out on-site deepening works or to do an additional canal in the blockage. Now its throughput is only 5% of the regulatory status of the channel.