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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.56 2024 - 05 - 24

The remote sensing monitoring results showed that, in April 2024, desert locusts were mainly distributed in the southwestern region of Saudi Arabia and the western region of Yemen, with areas of vegetation affected reaching 13.3 thousand hectares and 29.6 thousand hectares respectively.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.55 2024 - 04 - 19

In March 2024, desert locusts were primarily distributed in the western regions of Saudi Arabia and the southwestern regions of Yemen, with areas of vegetation affected reaching 14.3 thousand hectares and 26.4 thousand hectares respectively.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.54 2024 - 03 - 30

In February 2024, desert locusts were primarily distributed in the northwestern region of Somalia and along the northern coast of the Gulf of Aden, as well as along the western coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, with areas of vegetation affected reaching 13.6 thousand hectares and 15.4 thousand hectares respectively.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.53 2024 - 02 - 27

In January and February 2024, desert locusts were primarily distributed in the western coastal areas of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, the central region of Eritrea, and the northwestern region of Somalia. These areas faced a significant threat to vegetation, resulting in respective impacts on 16.8 thousand hectares, 12.9 thousand hectares, and 13.8 thousand hectares.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.52 2024 - 01 - 29

In December 2023, desert locusts were primarily distributed in the western coastal areas of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, the central region of Eritrea, and the northwestern region of Somalia. They posed a threat to vegetation areas, with respective impacts on an area of 15.6 thousand hectares, 9.1 thousand hectares, and 15.4 thousand hectares.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.51 2023 - 12 - 19

In October 2023, desert locusts were mainly distributed in northwestern Somalia, affecting vegetation areas of 10.9 thousand hectares. In November 2023, desert locusts were mainly distributed in the northwestern regions and along the northern coast of the Gulf of Aden in Somalia, impacting vegetation areas of 13.2 thousand hectares; and desert locusts were also mainly distributed along the southwestern coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, causing vegetation damage to 13.9 thousand hectares.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.50 2023 - 11 - 17

From August to October 2023, the desert locusts in Saudi Arabia mainly migrated from the inland areas towards the southwest along Red Sea coast. The damaged vegetation areas were 9 thousand hectares, 10.1 thousand hectares, and 11.5 thousand hectares, respectively.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.49 2023 - 10 - 16

In August 2023, desert locusts were mainly distributed in southwestern Yemen, affecting vegetation areas of 32.7 thousand hectares. In September 2023, desert locusts were mainly distributed in western Red Sea coastal areas and inland regions, impacting vegetation areas of 35.9 thousand hectares; and desert locusts were also mainly distributed in northwestern Somalia, causing vegetation damage to 12.0 thousand hectares.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.48 2023 - 09 - 25

In August 2023, the desert locusts were mainly distributed in central Eritrea, northern and northeastern Ethiopia, and northwestern Somalia.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.47 2023 - 08 - 12

In July 2023, the desert locusts were mainly distributed in western and inland regions of Yemen, the western coastal areas and inland regions of Saudi Arabia, as well as the Indo-Pakistan border.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.46 2023 - 07 - 14

In June 2023, the desert locusts were mainly distributed in western and inland regions of Yemen, the western coastal areas and inland regions of Saudi Arabia, as well as northwestern India near the Indo-Pakistan border. 

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.45 2023 - 06 - 14

In May 2023, the desert locusts were mainly distributed in western Yemen and along the Red Sea coast of western Saudi Arabia. The total damaged vegetation areas in Yemen and Saudi Arabia were 40.3 and 18.9 thousand hectares, respectively.

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