Changsha: Completed pre-flood geological hazards investigation

2022-07-17 0 By

In order to scientifically prevent and control geological disasters, changsha Natural Resources and Planning Bureau, in cooperation with relevant municipal departments and natural resources and planning departments of all counties and urban areas, has carried out in-depth investigation of geological hazards before flood since January this year, focusing on the investigation of risks and hidden dangers of building houses on sloping slopes.By the end of March, the work had been completed and 809 potential geological hazards had been identified.After investigation, the main types of geological hazards in Changsha city are landslides (558), accounting for 68.97%;The second was ground collapse (150), accounting for 18.54%.Collapse, debris flow and land subsidence (101), accounting for 12.48%.According to the verification of technical support units, 23 potential geological hazards in Changsha city are identified, including 10 in Liuyang City, 7 in Ningxiang City, 4 in Wangcheng District and 2 in Changsha County.An account has been set up for all potential geological hazards identified, and the responsibilities of county, township, village and point for group testing and prevention have been determined point by point.Next, the bureau will earnestly implement the spirit of the city’s production safety and flood control and drought relief teleconference, seize the “window period” before the arrival of the main flood season, further strengthen the risk control of geological hazards, highlight the focus of the geological disaster prevention and control of rural slope construction houses,We will improve the mechanism of self-monitoring, real-time warning, coordinated prevention and control of geological disasters under the principle of “house monitoring, village organization, township management, and county overall planning”, establish and improve the information sharing platform and regional early warning system for monitoring and warning of rain, water conditions, and disasters, and make every effort to protect the safety of people’s lives and property.Declaration: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a source error or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through the mailbox, we will promptly deal with.Email address: