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作品番号
111166710
タイトル
Military helicopters deployed to patrol areas affected by Amazon fires in Para
クレジット表記
動画:CCTV+/アフロ
日付
2019年8月31日
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
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なし 
コーデック
H264
フレームレート
29.97 fps
長さ
137.30 秒
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Brazilian military forces are sending helicopters to Para, the hardest-hit state in the country, to monitor fires in areas that might have been affected by the massive fires in the Amazon rainforest region.

A military helicopter, with more than 10 military officers aboard, took off from the airport in Altamira in the state at about 09:00 on Saturday to monitor southern areas of the city.

"The region between Xingu River and Iriri River is the land of aboriginals and reserves, so it's very important to check the situation here, which is also the first step, and also, we have to monitor illegal mining and logging activities. If we find fires, we will determine the coordinates via global positioning system and immediately make a response plan, and decide how to put out the fire, whether by ground or from the sky," said Brazilian Army Colonel Glauco Correa.

Some rainforests in good condition were found during the three-hour patrol, while some burnt forests were also spotted.

Fortunately, no fire was found in the area.

Military officers in Para said that Brazilian army, navy and air force have been deployed to the affected regions in northern Brazil where fires had been more intense.

"According to a decree that the president signed earlier, we should work closely with the public security ministry and other departments between Aug 24 to Sept 24, to remove threats to the environment that may occur at any time," said Correa.

"At the beginning, fire broke out in nearly all the major cities in Para. So far, it has been put out near the cities. Our main task now is to head to areas that are more difficult to reach to fight the flames," said Colonel Antagnan with Brazilian Northern Military Command.

A total of 94,957 fires were recorded in Brazil between Jan 1 and Aug 28, a 75-percent increase year-on-year, according to data from Brazil's National Institute for Space Research, which monitors the Amazon via satellite. More than half of the fires were in the Amazon.
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タイムライン

Altamira, Para, Brazil - Aug 31, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of military officers, helicopter at airport, reporter boarding helicopter
2. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Colonel Glauco Correa, Brazilian Army (partially overlaid with shot 3):
"The region between Xingu River and Iriri River is the land of aboriginals and reserves, so it's very important to check the situation here, which is also the first step, and also, we have to monitor illegal mining and logging activities. If we find fires, we will determine the coordinates via global positioning system and immediately make a response plan, and decide how to put out the fire, whether by ground or from the sky."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Military officers on helicopter
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
4. Aerial shots of rainforest in good condition, burnt rainforest
5. Military officer on helicopter
6. Devices on helicopter
7. Military officer showing map on screen
8. Military officers on helicopter
9. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Colonel Glauco Correa, Brazilian Army:
"According to a decree that the president signed earlier, we should work closely with the public security ministry and other departments between Aug 24 to Sept 24, to remove threats to the environment that may occur at any time."
10. Fire command center
11. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Colonel Antagnan, Brazilian Northern Military Command (full name not given):
"At the beginning, fire broke out in nearly all the major cities in Para. So far, it has been put out near the cities. Our main task now is to head to areas that are more difficult to reach to fight the flames."
12. Various of military officers at fire command center
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