The Amazon Protection System Management and Operational Center (Censipam) predicts a strong drought this year in Rondônia.
According to Censipam, in 2024, the situation of the state's rivers is expected to reach a critical state.
Data obtained by the agency, from monitoring carried out by Yale University (USA), reveal that the North Atlantic is warming and this is a cause for concern for experts.
The warming of the North Atlantic is another factor that shows that this year's drought will likely be more severe than that of 2023, according to Censipam.
In October 2023, the Madeira River reached its worst level in history, reaching 1.10 m.
Residents of riverside communities, who depended on water from Amazon wells, saw their only source of clean water dry up.
According to the Rondônia Water and Sewage Company (Caerd), at least 15 thousand people were affected by the lack of water in the region on the banks of the Madeira.
The Water Crisis Committee, made up of several state government bodies, plans actions to mitigate the drought and articulate a response to emergency situations.

Source: Amazona Agency

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