Sabah using satellites to monitor hotspots


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  • Wednesday, 09 Mar 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Forestry is using satellites to monitor hotspots daily as the state faces a two-month long dry spell with one of the lowest recorded rainfall.

Historically, January and February have always been wet months for Sabah with average rainfall for Kota Kinabalu recorded at 244mm and 104mm between 2006 and last year.

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