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Costa Rica, Earthquake Tsunami Risk, 05 September 2020 - Low ResCosta Rica, Earthquake Tsunami Risk, 05 September 2020 - Low Res
created: 05 September 2012, published: 05 September 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: COSTA RICA
Related countries: Costa Rica,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.2 MB, Source: WFP
MYANMAR, Ayeyarwady, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 18 - 28 AUGUST 2020MYANMAR, Ayeyarwady, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 18 - 28 AUGUST 2020
created: 28 August 2012, published: 28 AUGUST 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
MYANMAR, kayin and mon regions, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 18 - 28 AUGUST 2020MYANMAR, kayin and mon regions, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 18 - 28 AUGUST 2020
created: 28 August 2012, published: 28 AUGUST 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.6 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Manila Flood Affectes Areas Overview, 17 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Manila Flood Affectes Areas Overview, 17 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 18 August 2012, published: 18 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: GMES
Philippines, Manila Flood Affectes Areas Detail, 17 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Manila Flood Affectes Areas Detail, 17 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 18 August 2012, published: 18 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: GMES
Philippines, Olongapo, Flood Affected Areas Overview, 15 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Olongapo, Flood Affected Areas Overview, 15 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 17 August 2012, published: 17 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: GMES
Philippines, Olongapo, Flood Affected Areas Detail, 15 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Olongapo, Flood Affected Areas Detail, 15 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 17 August 2012, published: 17 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: GMES
PHILIPPINES, ANGELES, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, OVERVIEW, 15 August 2020 - LOW RESPHILIPPINES, ANGELES, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, OVERVIEW, 15 August 2020 - LOW RES
created: 17 August 2012, published: 17 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: GMES
PHILIPPINES, ANGELES, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, DETAIL, 15 August 2020 - LOW RESPHILIPPINES, ANGELES, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, DETAIL, 15 August 2020 - LOW RES
created: 17 August 2012, published: 17 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: GMES
Philippines, Malolos Overview, Flood Affected Areas, 15 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Malolos Overview, Flood Affected Areas, 15 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 16 August 2012, published: 16 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: GMES
Philippines, Malolos, Detail Flood Affected Areas, 15 August 2020 - Low ResPhilippines, Malolos, Detail Flood Affected Areas, 15 August 2020 - Low Res
created: 16 August 2012, published: 16 August 2020
Made by: GMES - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: GMES
Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 01-10 August 2012Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 01-10 August 2012
created: 14 August 2012, published: 14 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
IRAN, Earthquakes, 11 August 2020IRAN, Earthquakes, 11 August 2020
created: 13 August 2012, published: 13 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: IRAN
Related countries: Iran,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Western Monsoon Flood Affected Population, 08 August 2020Philippines, Western Monsoon Flood Affected Population, 08 August 2020
created: 14 August 2012, published: 14 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Typhoon SAOLA Flood Affected Areas, 01 August 2020Philippines, Typhoon SAOLA Flood Affected Areas, 01 August 2020
created: 14 August 2012, published: 14 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Mindanao, Active Flood, 18 June 2020Philippines, Mindanao, Active Flood, 18 June 2020
created: 19 June 2012, published: 19 June 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Colombia, Nevado del Ruiz Volcano, Hazard Zones, May 2012Colombia, Nevado del Ruiz Volcano, Hazard Zones, May 2012
created: 31 May 2012, published: 31 May 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: COLOMBIA
Related countries: Colombia,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Northen Italy, Earthquake Intensity, 29 May 2020Northen Italy, Earthquake Intensity, 29 May 2020
created: 30 May 2012, published: 30 May 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: ITALY
Related countries: Italy,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Italy, Earthquakes, 29 May 2020Italy, Earthquakes, 29 May 2020
created: 29 May 2012, published: 29 May 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: ITALY
Related countries: Italy,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Italy, Earthquakes, 20 May 2020Italy, Earthquakes, 20 May 2020
created: 25 May 2012, published: 25 May 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: ITALY
Related countries: Italy,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Mexico, Popocatepetl Volcano, 08 May 2020Mexico, Popocatepetl Volcano, 08 May 2020
created: 25 May 2012, published: 25 May 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MEXICO
Related countries: Mexico,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Paraguay: Floods (as of 18 Mar 2020) - Location MapParaguay: Floods (as of 18 Mar 2020) - Location Map
created: 19 April 2012, published: 19 April 2020
El Estado intensifica atención a los inundados del Chacor Llega asistencia médica y alimentaria para inundados de Margarińo y Casanillo Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Paraguay,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Chile, Hacienda La Calera, Earthquakes, 17 April 2020Chile, Hacienda La Calera, Earthquakes, 17 April 2020
created: 17 April 2012, published: 17 April 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, FLOOD, SITUATION DES INONDATIONS, 11 APRIL 2020HAITI, FLOOD, SITUATION DES INONDATIONS, 11 APRIL 2020
created: 16 April 2012, published: 16 April 2020
Made by: VAM - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan: Assessment of Flood Affected Population, 2011 - 2012 (as of 30 March 2020)Pakistan: Assessment of Flood Affected Population, 2011 - 2012 (as of 30 March 2020)
created: 12 April 2012, published: 12 April 2020
Source: World Food Programme
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Indonesia: Simeulue Earthquakes (11 APRIL 2020)Indonesia: Simeulue Earthquakes (11 APRIL 2020)
created: 12 April 2012, published: 12 April 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Indian Ocean: Areas evacuated from the 11 April earthquake and tsunami warningsIndian Ocean: Areas evacuated from the 11 April earthquake and tsunami warnings
created: 12 April 2012, published: 12 April 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Mexico, Santa Isabel, Earthquakes, 12 April 2020Mexico, Santa Isabel, Earthquakes, 12 April 2020
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MEXICO
Related countries: Mexico,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Mexico, Michoacan, Earthquake, 12 April 2020Mexico, Michoacan, Earthquake, 12 April 2020
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MEXICO
Related countries: Mexico,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Update (as of 4 April 2020)Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Update (as of 4 April 2020)
created: 11 April 2012, published: 11 APRIL 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Horn of Africa Drought: Country-based Pooled Fund Activity (as of 3 Apr 2020)Horn of Africa Drought: Country-based Pooled Fund Activity (as of 3 Apr 2020)
created: 11 April 2012, published: 11 APRIL 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Indonesia, Earthquakes Swarm off the coast of Sumatra, 11 APRIL 2020Indonesia, Earthquakes Swarm off the coast of Sumatra, 11 APRIL 2020
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Tajikistan: Floods and Avalanches (as of 10 Apr 2020) - Location MapTajikistan: Floods and Avalanches (as of 10 Apr 2020) - Location Map
created: 11 April 2012, published: 11 APRIL 2020
Tajikistan: Floods and avalanches, DREF operation n° MDRTJ0136 - 10 Apr 2020 Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Tajikistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Fiji - TD17F Floods - Evacuation Centres in Affected Areas (as of 6 April 2020)Fiji - TD17F Floods - Evacuation Centres in Affected Areas (as of 6 April 2020)
created: 09 April 2012, published: 09 April 2020
Flooding Tropical Depression TD17F-2012 Situation Report No. 3 Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Fiji,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 3 April 2020)Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 3 April 2020)
created: 04 April 2012, published: 04 April 2020
Horn of Africa Drought Fact Sheet #19, Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Not Specified
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Floods - as of 3 April 2020Floods - as of 3 April 2020
created: 04 April 2012, published: 04 April 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Fiji,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Fiji: Floods (as of 16 Feb 2020)Fiji: Floods (as of 16 Feb 2020)
created: 03 April 2012, published: 03 April 2020
Floods - Information bulletin no 2 Source: IFRC
Related countries: Fiji,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Mozambique: Areas affected by Funso Cyclone - Concept of Operations (as of 13 march 2020)Mozambique: Areas affected by Funso Cyclone - Concept of Operations (as of 13 march 2020)
created: 03 April 2012, published: 03 April 2020
Source: Logistics Cluster
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Republic of Fiji - TD17F Floods - Declaration of State of Natural Disaster - March 2012Republic of Fiji - TD17F Floods - Declaration of State of Natural Disaster - March 2012
created: 03 April 2012, published: 03 April 2020
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Fiji,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar Cyclone Giovanna et Tempęte Irina Qui Fait Quoi Oů par Districts (situation du 20 mars 2012)Madagascar Cyclone Giovanna et Tempęte Irina Qui Fait Quoi Oů par Districts (situation du 20 mars 2012)
created: 30 March 2012, published: 30 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Haiti (Flood), Historique des événements Tropicaux depuis 1853 jusque 2010, 14 Mars 2012Haiti (Flood), Historique des événements Tropicaux depuis 1853 jusque 2010, 14 Mars 2012
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: VAMHAITI - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti (Flood), Risque de Glissement de Terrain Sans Séisme Avec Forte Pluie, 27 Mars 2012
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: VAMHAITI - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.8 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti (Flood), Risque de Sécheresse, 2 Mars 2012Haiti (Flood), Risque de Sécheresse, 2 Mars 2012
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: VAMHAITI - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.3 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti (Flood), Risque d érosion, 22 Février 2012
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: VAMHAITI - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8.3 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti (Flood), Risque d Inondation découpage par section Commuanle, 01 Mars 2012Haiti (Flood), Risque d Inondation découpage par section Commuanle, 01 Mars 2012
created: 13 April 2012, published: 13 April 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Assessment of Flood Affected Population, 2011 - 2012Pakistan, Assessment of Flood Affected Population, 2011 - 2012
created: 30 March 2012, published: 30 March 2020
Made by: WFPPAKISTAN - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Flood, Risque d Inondation decoupage par section Commuanle, 01 March 2020
created: 16 April 2012, published: 16 April 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Seasonal Hazards, Early Warning - March to August 2012Seasonal Hazards, Early Warning - March to August 2012
created: 29 March 2012, published: 29 March 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Max Flood Extent Against 10th March 2012 - Southern PakistanMax Flood Extent Against 10th March 2012 - Southern Pakistan
created: 26 March 2012, published: 26 March 2020
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Flood Affected Districts - Pakistan 1950 - 2011Flood Affected Districts - Pakistan 1950 - 2011
created: 26 March 2012, published: 26 March 2020
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Flood Affected Districts - Pakistan 2007 - 2011Flood Affected Districts - Pakistan 2007 - 2011
created: 26 March 2012, published: 26 March 2020
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Dégâts Sur L?Agriculture (situation du 8 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Dégâts Sur L?Agriculture (situation du 8 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Sécurité Alimentaire Dégâts, Réponses, Besoins (situation du 8 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Sécurité Alimentaire Dégâts, Réponses, Besoins (situation du 8 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna - Sante Dégâts (situation du 8 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna - Sante Dégâts (situation du 8 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Maisons Affecté (situation du 8 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Tropical Giovanna - Maisons Affecté (situation du 8 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna - Éducation: Dégâts, Réponses et Besoins (situation du 8 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna - Éducation: Dégâts, Réponses et Besoins (situation du 8 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna et Tempęte Irina - Qui Fait Quoi par les Districts (situation du 13 Mars 2012)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna et Tempęte Irina - Qui Fait Quoi par les Districts (situation du 13 Mars 2012)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Mexico, Earthquakes, 20 March 2020 - Low ResMexico, Earthquakes, 20 March 2020 - Low Res
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MEXICO
Related countries: Mexico,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna and Cyclone Irina - Who, What, Where and Affected Districts (as of 5 Mar 2020)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna and Cyclone Irina - Who, What, Where and Affected Districts (as of 5 Mar 2020)
created: 21 March 2012, published: 21 March 2020
Source: MapAction
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
USG Humanitarian Assistance for Pakistan Floods (as of 19 March 2020)USG Humanitarian Assistance for Pakistan Floods (as of 19 March 2020)
created: 20 March 2012, published: 20 March 2020
Complex Emergency and Floods Fact Sheet #1, Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 15 Mar 2020)Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 15 Mar 2020)
created: 16 March 2012, published: 16 March 2020
Horn of Africa Drought Fact Sheet #18, Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Not Specified
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Chile: Floods - Location Map (as of 14 Mar 2020)Chile: Floods - Location Map (as of 14 Mar 2020)
created: 16 March 2012, published: 16 March 2020
Se mantienen trabajos en terreno en atención a emergencias en el extremo norte y sur del país Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Chile: Floods- Location Map (as of 14 Mar 2020)Chile: Floods- Location Map (as of 14 Mar 2020)
created: 15 March 2012, published: 15 March 2020
Se mantienen trabajos en terreno en atención a emergencias en el extremo norte y sur del país Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
occupied Palestinian territory: Floods Location Map (as of 12 Mar 2020)occupied Palestinian territory: Floods Location Map (as of 12 Mar 2020)
created: 13 March 2012, published: 13 march 2020
Floods and cold wave, DREF operation n° MDRPS006 - 12 Mar 2020 Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Bilan provisoire des degats suite au passage du cyclone tropical intense Madagascar: Bilan provisoire des degats suite au passage du cyclone tropical intense "Giovanna" - Situation en date du 09 mars 2012
created: 12 March 2012, published: 12 March 2020
Source: Government of Madagascar
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Max Flood Extent against 29th February 2012 - Southern PakistanMax Flood Extent against 29th February 2012 - Southern Pakistan
created: 08 March 2012, published: 08 March 2020
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
USAID Humanitarian Assistance for Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones (as of 07 Mar 2020)USAID Humanitarian Assistance for Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones (as of 07 Mar 2020)
created: 08 March 2012, published: 08 March 2020
USAID/DCHA Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones Fact Sheet #2, Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Tropical Storm Irina (as of 06 Mar 2020) - Location MapMadagascar: Tropical Storm Irina (as of 06 Mar 2020) - Location Map
created: 06 March 2012, published: 06 March 2020
Au moins 65 morts dans des intempéries ŕ Madagascar Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Bolivia - Flood Affected Areas (as of 24 Feb 2020)Bolivia - Flood Affected Areas (as of 24 Feb 2020)
created: 06 March 2012, published: 06 March 2020
Source: World Food Programme
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Mozambique - Maputo/Gaza Tropical storm as of March 02, 2020 - Preparedness Overview MapMozambique - Maputo/Gaza Tropical storm as of March 02, 2020 - Preparedness Overview Map
created: 05 March 2012, published: 05 March 2020
The map shows the coastal areas of the provinces of Maputo and Gaza. A mosaic of Landsat-5 and Landsat-7 imagery overlayed on hillshaded SRTM elevation data serves as backdrop. Source: German Aerospace Center
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Central Africa Republic: Local storm (as of 2 March 2020)Central Africa Republic: Local storm (as of 2 March 2020)
created: 02 March 2012, published: 02 March 2020
Violent winds in Bogoula, Amada-Gaza and Mbaďki - DREF operation n° MDRCF011 - 2 Mar 2020 Source: IFRC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 01 Mar 2020)Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 01 Mar 2020)
created: 02 March 2012, published: 02 March 2020
Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Somalia,
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Update (as of 1 March 2020)Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Update (as of 1 March 2020)
created: 01 March 2012, published: 01 March 2020
Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones Situation Update# 3 Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Kazakhstan: Floods (as of 27 Feb 2020)Kazakhstan: Floods (as of 27 Feb 2020)
created: 27 February 2012, published: 27 February 2020
Kazakhstan Floods DREF operation n° MDRKZ005 - 27 Feb 2020 Source: IFRC
Related countries: Kazakhstan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Bolivia, Oruro Region, Flood Affected Areas, 18-23 February 2012Bolivia, Oruro Region, Flood Affected Areas, 18-23 February 2012
created: 24 February 2012, published: 24 February 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
USAID Humanitarian Assistance for Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones (as of 22 Feb 2020)USAID Humanitarian Assistance for Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones (as of 22 Feb 2020)
created: 23 February 2012, published: 23 February 2020
USAID/DCHA Southern Africa Floods and Cyclones Fact Sheet #1, Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Vanuatu: Tropical Cyclone Jasmine (as of 20 Feb 2020) - Location MapVanuatu: Tropical Cyclone Jasmine (as of 20 Feb 2020) - Location Map
created: 22 February 2012, published: 22 February 2020
Vanuatu & Tonga: Tropical Cyclone Jasmine Situation Update No. 1– 20 February 2020 Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Vanuatu,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 16 Feb 2020)Ongoing FY 2012 and FY 2011 USG Assistance to the Horn of Africa (as of 16 Feb 2020)
created: 20 February 2012, published: 20 February 2020
Source: US Agency for International Development
Related countries: Somalia,
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna – carte bilan humain et matériel (17 février 2012 ŕ 17h00)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna – carte bilan humain et matériel (17 février 2012 ŕ 17h00)
created: 20 February 2012, published: 20 February 2020
Bilan provisoire des dégats suite au passage du cyclone tropicale intense« Giovanna », situation en date du 17 février 2012 – 17h00 Source: Government of Madagascar
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna – carte bilan humain et matériel (16 février 2012 ŕ 17h00)Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna – carte bilan humain et matériel (16 février 2012 ŕ 17h00)
created: 20 February 2012, published: 20 February 2020
Bilan provisoire des dégats suite au passage du cyclone tropicale intense« Giovanna », situation en date du 16 février 2012 – 17h00 Source: Government of Madagascar
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Indonesia, Lokon Volcano, Areas at Risk, February 2012Indonesia, Lokon Volcano, Areas at Risk, February 2012
created: 16 February 2012, published: 16 February 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Madagascar: Trajectoire du cyclone tropical intense Giovanna (14 février 2012)Madagascar: Trajectoire du cyclone tropical intense Giovanna (14 février 2012)
created: 20 February 2012, published: 20 February 2020
BNGRC Source: Government of Madagascar
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Madagascar: Cyclone Giovanna (as of 14 Feb 2020) - Location MapMadagascar: Cyclone Giovanna (as of 14 Feb 2020) - Location Map
created: 20 February 2012, published: 20 February 2020
Cyclone Giovanna Situation Report #1– 14 February 2020 Source: ReliefWeb
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: ReliefWeb
Philippines, Earthquakes updated, 06 February 2020Philippines, Earthquakes updated, 06 February 2020
created: 10 February 2012, published: 10 February 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Earthquakes, 06 February 2020Philippines, Earthquakes, 06 February 2020
created: 07 February 2012, published: 07 February 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Peru, ROSARIO DE YAUCA, EARTHQUAKE, 30 JANUARY 2020Peru, ROSARIO DE YAUCA, EARTHQUAKE, 30 JANUARY 2020
created: 30 January 2012, published: 30 JANUARY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PERU
Related countries: Peru,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Gaza, Flood Affected Areas as of 28 January 2020Mozambique, Gaza, Flood Affected Areas as of 28 January 2020
created: 30 January 2012, published: 30 JANUARY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
MOZAMBIQUE, Zambezia, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS AS OF 25 JANUARY 2021MOZAMBIQUE, Zambezia, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS AS OF 25 JANUARY 2021
created: 30 January 2012, published: 30 JANUARY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique  Maputo Gaza Flood as of January 25, 2021 - High resolutionMozambique Maputo Gaza Flood as of January 25, 2021 - High resolution
created: 26 January 2012, published: 26 January 2021
Made by: DLRSAFER - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 5.7 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique  Maputo Gaza Flood as of January 25, 2021 - Low resolutionMozambique Maputo Gaza Flood as of January 25, 2021 - Low resolution
created: 26 January 2012, published: 26 January 2021
Made by: DLRSAFER - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Zambezia Province, Flood Affected Areas, 26 January 2021Mozambique, Zambezia Province, Flood Affected Areas, 26 January 2021
created: 26 January 2012, published: 26 January 2021
Made by: DLRSERTIT - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Maputo-Gaza, Flood Affected Areas as of 25 JANUARY 2021Mozambique, Maputo-Gaza, Flood Affected Areas as of 25 JANUARY 2021
created: 26 January 2012, published: 26 January 2021
Made by: WFP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Percentage of People Assisted, 03 January 2021 - 8 00 AM PHTPhilippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Percentage of People Assisted, 03 January 2021 - 8 00 AM PHT
created: 09 January 2012, published: 09 January 2021
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Number of People Affected, 29 December 2020 - 8 00 AM PHTPhilippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Number of People Affected, 29 December 2020 - 8 00 AM PHT
created: 29 December 2011, published: 29 December 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Number of People Affected, 24 December 2020 - 6 00 AM PHTPhilippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Number of People Affected, 24 December 2020 - 6 00 AM PHT
created: 24 December 2011, published: 24 December 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Flood Affected Areas, 19 December 2020 - 6 00 PM PHTPhilippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Flood Affected Areas, 19 December 2020 - 6 00 PM PHT
created: 19 December 2011, published: 19 December 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Affected Areas, 19 December 2020 - 12:00 PM PHTPhilippines, Tropical Storm Sedong (WASHI), Affected Areas, 19 December 2020 - 12:00 PM PHT
created: 19 December 2011, published: 19 December 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel, Region Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season (Drought)Sahel, Region Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad, Mauritania,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Mauritania and Mali  Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season and Livelihood Zones (Drought)Mauritania and Mali Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season and Livelihood Zones (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: MALI
Related countries: Mali,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Niger and Chad  Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season and Livelihood Zones (Drought)Niger and Chad Current Vegetation Growth Deviations for 2011 Season and Livelihood Zones (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: NIGER
Related countries: Niger,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel Region Current Vegetation Growth Deviations by district, for 2011 Season (Drought)Sahel Region Current Vegetation Growth Deviations by district, for 2011 Season (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Deviation From Regular Start of 2011 Season (Drought)Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Deviation From Regular Start of 2011 Season (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Deviation from Regular Start of 2011 Season, by district (DROUGHT)Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Deviation from Regular Start of 2011 Season, by district (DROUGHT)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Comparison of 2011 vs 2004 Seasons (Drought)Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Comparison of 2011 vs 2004 Seasons (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Comparison of 2011 vs 2009 Seasons (Drought)Sahel Region Vegetation Growth Comparison of 2011 vs 2009 Seasons (Drought)
created: 23 November 2011, published: 23 November 2020
Made by: ITHACA/WFP - Region: SAHEL
Related countries: Mauritania, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Time Series Analysis of Thailand Flooding 2011Time Series Analysis of Thailand Flooding 2011
created: 17 November 2011, published: 17 November 2020
This map presents a time series analysis of
the dramatic southward progression of
flood waters from the central provinces of
Thailand towards the capital city of
Bangkok, based on satellite data recorded
from mid-August to 14 November 2011.
Flood waters have been symbolized by
color to represent the relative expansion of
water from month to month. In the map, by
mid-August flood waters were restricted to
Northern provinces, symbolized in yellow.
By mid-September, the flood waters rapidly
expanded southward, symbolized in
orange; by mid-October, flood waters had
expanded dramatically in total area,
effectively surrounding downtown
Bangkok, while severely affecting most
outlining populated areas;
As of 14 November 2011, flood waters
have further risen into the central portions
of the city, while receding very little in the
north of the country, indicating that it will
likely take several more weeks before an
appreciable decline in standing flood
waters is observed.
A more detailed review of very high
resolution satellite imagery over Bangkok
indicated that virtually all agricultural fields,
significant stretches of major roads and
highways as well as large residential areas
remain inundated, leaving tens of
thousands of residential homes and
commercial businesses either partially or
totally submerged.
It is likely that flood waters have been
systematically underestimated along highly
vegetated areas along main river banks,
and within built-up areas within Bangkok
because of the special characteristics of
the satellite data used. This analysis has
not yet been validated in the field. Please
send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR WS- HH
Imagery Dates: 13,24 October 2011
Resolution : 150 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by: GeoPictures/ KSAT
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Imagery Dates: 14 NOV, 23-5 SEPT,13&22 AUG2011
Resolution : 250 m
Source: NASA
Provided by: NASA Rapid Response
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI, OSM
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 7.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Time Series Analysis of Thailand Flooding 2011 V2Time Series Analysis of Thailand Flooding 2011 V2
created: 22 November 2011, published: 22 November 2020
This map presents a time series analysis of the dramatic southward progression of flood waters from the central provinces of Thailand towards the capital city of Bangkok, based on satellite data recorded from mid-August to 14 November 2011. Flood waters have been symbolized by color to represent the relative expansion of water from month to month. In the map, by mid-August flood waters were restricted to Northern provinces, symbolized in yellow. By mid-September, the flood waters rapidly expanded southward, symbolized in orange; by mid-October, flood waters had expanded dramatically in total area, effectively surrounding downtown Bangkok, while severely affecting most outlining populated areas; As of 14 November 2011, flood waters have further risen into the central portions of the city, while receding very little in the north of the country, indicating that it will likely take several more weeks before an appreciable decline in standing flood waters is observed. A more detailed review of very high resolution satellite imagery over Bangkok indicated that virtually all agricultural fields, significant stretches of major roads and highways as well as large residential areas remain inundated, leaving tens of thousands of residential homes and commercial businesses either partially or totally submerged. It is likely that flood waters have been systematically underestimated along highly vegetated areas along main river banks, and within built-up areas within Bangkok because of the special characteristics of the satellite data used. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR WS- HH
Imagery Dates: 13,24 October 2011
Resolution : 150 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by: GeoPictures/ KSAT
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Imagery Dates: 14 NOV, 23-5 SEPT,13&22 AUG2011
Resolution : 250 m
Source: NASA
Provided by: NASA Rapid Response
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI, OSM
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 12.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters along Tonle Sap Lake, CambodiaOverview of Flood Waters along Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
created: 09 November 2011, published: 09 November 2020
This map presents potential standing flood waters/ flood affected land over the affected area surrounding Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia following recent heavy rainy season. This analysis indicates that flood waters have expanded in the lake area between 28 August and 27th October 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : ENVISAT ASAR WSM
Imagery Dates: 28 August, 27 & 30 September, 27 October 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source: ESA 2011
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: ESRI, USGS, NGA
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Cambodia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 24.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Bangkok Flooding Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (02 November 2020)Bangkok Flooding Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (02 November 2020)
created: 09 November 2011, published: 09 November 2020
This atlas provides detailed crisis satellite imagery coverage over the flood-affected portions of the city of Bangkok based on data recorded 02 November 2011.Standing flood waters are clearly visible across most sections of the city,inundating virtually all agricultural fields,significant stretches of major roads and highways as well as large residential areas, leaving thousands of small homes either partially or totally submerged; Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding are not visible..This atlas product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for easy printing and readability A4 and A3 paper at 1:12,000 scale. This work has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : World View-01
Imagery Dates: 02 November 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Open Street Map (OSM)
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed
under a Creative NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 69.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 4: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, ThailandUpdate 4: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, Thailand
created: 02 November 2011, published: 02 November 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Central Provinces of Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 01 November 2011. Based on a recent time series comparison, there are strong indications that flood waters have strongly risen within the northern, western and eastern sections of Bangkok, and further, have not significantly changed in spatial extent north of the city over the last two weeks. The highest concentration of flooding is located within the provinces of Phara Nakhan Si Ayudhya, Nakhon Sawan, Chaitan, Pathum Thani, Nakon Pathon, Ang Thong, Lopburi, Singburi and Suphanburi. It is likely that significant areas of flood waters have not been identified over Bangkok because of partial cloud cover in the area. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 01 November 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Source: NASA Rapid Response
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI, OSM
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Poster Sheet 2: Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)Poster Sheet 2: Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)
created: 02 November 2011, published: 02 November 2020
This poster provides detailed crisis satellite imagery coverage over the flood-affected northern and central portions of the city of Bangkok based on data recorded 24 October 2011. Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding are not visible. Please see the related satellite imagery atlas products providing more complete coverage here: ttp://www.unitar.org/unosat/maps/THA. This product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for printing at a modified A0 format.
Satellite Data : QuickBird 02
Imagery Dates: 24 October 2020
Resolution : 0.6 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Open Street Map (OSM)
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8.3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Poster Sheet 1: Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)Poster Sheet 1: Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)
created: 02 November 2011, published: 02 November 2020
This poster provides detailed crisis satellite imagery coverage over the flood-affected northern and central portions of the city of Bangkok based on data recorded 24 October 2011. Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding are not visible. Please see the related satellite imagery atlas products providing more complete coverage here: ttp://www.unitar.org/unosat/maps/THA. This product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for printing at a modified A0 format.
Satellite Data : QuickBird 02
Imagery Dates: 24 October 2020
Resolution : 0.6 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Open Street Map (OSM)
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters over Phra Nakhon Si Ayudhya Province, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters over Phra Nakhon Si Ayudhya Province, Thailand
created: 01 November 2011, published: 01 November 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over Nakhon Si Ayudhya Province, Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 30 October 2011. A preliminary analysis show extensive flooding over the provinces of Phra Nakhon Si Ayudhya, Lobpuri, Saraburi, Singburi and Ang Thong. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR IMP- HH
Imagery Dates: 30 October 2020
Resolution : 25 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by:GEO-PICTURES/ KSAT
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI,OSM
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)Overview of Flooding along the Chao Phraya River, Northern and Central Bangkok (as on 24 October 2020)
created: 28 October 2011, published: 28 October 2020
This map presents a detailed thematic overview of the severe flooding within the northern and central sections of Bangkok, based on a review of satellite data recorded 24 October 2011. Standing flood waters are clearly visible across most sections of the city, inundating virtually all agricultural fields, significant stretches of major roads and highways (including Rt3111, Rt346 & Rt9) as well as large residential areas, leaving tens of thousands of small homes either partially or totally submerged; Multiple industrial facilities (e.g. concrete production) located along the Western Outer Ring Road (route 9) are severely affected as are main hospitals including Pathum Thani, Muang Pathum, and Krung Siam St. Carlos Medical Centre; Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding are not visible. Please see the related satellite imagery atlas products providing more complete coverage here: http://www.unitar.org/unosat/maps/THA. This product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for printing at a modified A2 format. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Update 3: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, ThailandUpdate 3: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, Thailand
created: 26 October 2011, published: 26 October 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Central Provinces of Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 24 October 2011. Based on a recent time series comparison, there are strong indications that flood waters have strongly risen within the northern, western and eastern sections of Bangkok, and further, have not significantly changed in spatial extent north of the city over the last two weeks. The highest concentration of flooding is located within the provinces of Phara Nakhan Si Ayudhya, Nakhon Sawan, Chaitan, Pathum Thani, Nakon Pathon, Ang Thong, Lopburi, Singburi and Suphanburi. It is likely that flood waters have been systematically underestimated over highly vegetated areas along main river banks, and within built-up areas within Bangkok because of the special characteristics of the satellite data used. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR WS- HH
Imagery Dates: 24 October 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by: GeoPictures/ KSAT
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI, OSM
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Bangkok Flooding (Center) - Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (24 October 2020)Bangkok Flooding (Center) - Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (24 October 2020)
created: 26 October 2011, published: 26 October 2020
This atlas provides detailed crisis satellite imagery coverage over the flood-affected northern and central portions of the city of Bangkok based on data recorded 24 October 2011. Standing flood waters are clearly visible across most sections of the city, inundating virtually all agricultural fields, significant stretches of major roads and highways (including Rt3111, Rt346 & Rt9) as well as large residential areas, leaving thousands of small homes either partially or totally submerged; Multiple industrial facilities (e.g. concrete production) located along the Western Outer Ring Road (route 9) are severely affected as are main hospitals including Pathum Thani, Muang Pathum, and Krung Siam St. Carlos Medical Centre; Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding are not visible. This atlas product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for easy printing and readability A4 and A3 paper at 1:12,000 scale. This work has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : QuickBird 02
Imagery Dates: 24 October 2020
Resolution : 0.6 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Open Street Map (OSM)
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 50.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Bangkok Flooding (North) - Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (24 October 2020)Bangkok Flooding (North) - Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (24 October 2020)
created: 26 October 2011, published: 26 October 2020
Bangkok Flooding (North) - Satellite Imagery Atlas, Thailand (24 October 2020)
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: n.a., File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Turkey, Earthquake and Aftershocks, 23 October 2020Turkey, Earthquake and Aftershocks, 23 October 2020
created: 26 October 2011, published: 26 October 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: TURKEY
Related countries: Turkey,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Turkey, Earthquake, Mercalli Intensity Scale, 23 October 2020Turkey, Earthquake, Mercalli Intensity Scale, 23 October 2020
created: 26 October 2011, published: 26 October 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: TURKEY
Related countries: Turkey,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Flood Waters over Phnom Penh and Kandal Districts, CambodiaFlood Waters over Phnom Penh and Kandal Districts, Cambodia
created: 18 October 2011, published: 18 October 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected areas of standing flood waters over the affected districts of Phnom Penh and Kandal, Cambodia following heavy rains which began in August. This flood analysis is based on change detection analysis with TerraSAR-X radar data recorded 09 March 2020 and 21 September 2011. It is possible that flood waters have been underestimated in heavily vegetated areas and within urban environments. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data (post-disaster): TerraSAR-X
Imagery Dates: 21 September 2020
Resolution : 16m
Source: DLR
Satellite Data (2) : TerraSAR-X
Imagery Date: 09 March 2020
Source: DLR
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Cambodia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters over Nakhon Nayok Province, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters over Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand
created: 17 October 2011, published: 17 October 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over Nakhon Nayok,Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 16 October 2011. A preliminary analysis show extensive flooding over the provinces of Nakhon Nayok, Pathon Thani, Bangkok, Phra Nakhon Si Ayudhya and Chachoengsad . This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR IMP- HH
Imagery Dates: 16 October 2020
Resolution : 25 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by:GeoPictures/ KSAT
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update2: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, ThailandUpdate2: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, Thailand
created: 14 October 2011, published: 14 October 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Central Provinces of Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 13 October 2011.A preliminary analysis show extensive flooding over the provinces of Phara Nakhan Si Ayudhya, Nakhon Sawan, Chaitan,Pathum Thani, Nakon Pathon, Ang Thong, Lopburi,Singburi and Suphanburi. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR WS- HH
Imagery Dates: 13 October 2020
Resolution : 125 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by:GeoPictures/ KSAT
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Update1: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, ThailandUpdate1: Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, Thailand
created: 13 October 2011, published: 13 October 2020

This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Central Provinces of Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 11 October 2011.A preliminary analysis show extensive flooding over the provinces of Phara Nakhan Si Ayudhya, Pathun Thani, Nakon Pathon, Ang Thong, Lopburi, Singburi and Suphanburi. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please
send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : Envisat ASAR IMAP- HH
Imagery Dates: 11 October 2020
Resolution : 25 m
Source: European Space Agency
Provided by:GeoPictures/ KSAT
Settlement Data: EU-JRC / NGA
Road Data: ESRI
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters over Central Provinces, Thailand
created: 11 October 2011, published: 11 October 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Central Provinces of Thailand based on analysis of satellite data recorded 9-10 October 2011. A
preliminary analysis indicates extensive flood waters in spatial extent in and around Nakhon Sawan province.Not all flood waters have been identified because of
limits in the spatial resolution of the imagery used and due to heavy cloud cover over the assessed area.This analysis has not yet been validated in the field.
Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 10 October 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Source: NASA Rapid Response
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 09 October 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Source: NASA Rapid Response
Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Road Data : NGA (VMap1)
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Current Flooding within the City of Tando Allayhar, Sindh, PakistanCurrent Flooding within the City of Tando Allayhar, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 07 October 2011, published: 07 October 2020
Analysis Summary: The city center of Tando Allayar is largely unaffected; however there are large concentrations of standing flood waters located immediately to the south and north of the city. There are several neighbourhoods south of the city along the Chambar Road (to the south-east) and the Tando Mohd Khan Road (to the south-west) which are either partially or almost entirely submerged or surrounded by flood waters, leaving potentially hundreds of residential and commercial buildings isolated without functional road access. The majority of flooding appears to be located on agricultural lands. Further, there is no apparent flooding on any of the main roads leading into the city, and should be fully operational. Please note: limited cloud cover has likely obscured some small areas affected by the flooding. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT at contact information below.
Analysis Data(1) : World View 1
Imagery Dates: 06 October 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Background Data(2) : World View 2
Imagery Dates: 03 October 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Google MapMaker
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 3: Current Flood Waters in Sindh Province, Pakistan ( as on 2 October 2020)Update 3: Current Flood Waters in Sindh Province, Pakistan ( as on 2 October 2020)
created: 06 October 2011, published: 06 October 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected districts of Badin, Mirpur Khas,Tando Allahyar and Sanghar, Pakistan. The analysis is based on satellite data recorded on 02 October 2020(MODIS Terra). A preliminary analysis indicates that the flood waters over Sanghar district has increased between 15 Sept. - 2 Oct. 2011. Standing flood water seems to be stable in spatial extent over the districts of Badin, Mirpur Khas and Tando Allahyar during the above mentioned period. Cloud cover between Sanghar and Mirpur Khas has led to an under estimate of flood waters. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 02 October 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Aqua
Imagery Dates: 15 September 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis & Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
PAKISTAN, WFP FLOOD RESPONSE - FLOOD EMOP PROGRESS 12 SEPTEMBER - 05 OCTOBER 2020PAKISTAN, WFP FLOOD RESPONSE - FLOOD EMOP PROGRESS 12 SEPTEMBER - 05 OCTOBER 2020
created: 06 October 2011, published: 06 October 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, WFP RESPONSE TO FLOOD, PLANNED TARGET POPULATION, OCTOBER 2011Pakistan, WFP RESPONSE TO FLOOD, PLANNED TARGET POPULATION, OCTOBER 2011
created: 06 October 2011, published: 06 October 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.6 MB, Source: WFP
Mirpur Khas Flood Atlas, Sindh province, Pakistan (27 September 2020)Mirpur Khas Flood Atlas, Sindh province, Pakistan (27 September 2020)
created: 06 October 2011, published: 06 October 2020
This atlas provides detailed crisis satellite imagery coverage over the flood-affected sections of the city of Mirpur Khas based on data recorded 27 September 2011. Standing flood waters have been identified and highlighted on the atlas map sheets in semitransparent red. Further, a total of 130 IDP tent shelters erected for local residents displaced by the flood waters have been identified in three main camp sites situated north and west of the city center. Notes: Because of local cloud cover, some areas of flooding have not been identified. This atlas product was produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT in support of emergency humanitarian assistance activities in the affected districts of Sindh province, following heavy monsoon rains, and has been designed for easy printing and readability A4 and A3 paper at 1:5,500 scale. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT at contact information below.
Satellite Data(1) : World View 1
Imagery Dates: 27 September 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Satellite Data(2) : World View 2
Imagery Dates: 08 June 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Road & Site Data : Google MapMaker
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed
under a Creative NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 6.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Flood Affected Areas Along Cagayan River, Cagayan Valley Province, PhilippinesFlood Affected Areas Along Cagayan River, Cagayan Valley Province, Philippines
created: 30 September 2011, published: 30 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected districts in Cagayan Province, Philippines, folowing the tropical cyclone ´Pedring´ as based on analysis of satellite imagery collected on 29 September 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field.
Imagery Dates : 29 September 2020
Resolution: 250m
Source: NASA-Rapid Response
Road Data : Google MapMaker 2010
Drainage: USGS HydroSHEDS
Villages: NGA
Towns: EC-JRC
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection UTM Zone 51 N
Datum WGS-84
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative
NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
PAKISTAN, LOWER SINDH, LOGISTICS INFRASTRUCTURES LAYOUT MAP, FLOODS 2011, 30 September 2020PAKISTAN, LOWER SINDH, LOGISTICS INFRASTRUCTURES LAYOUT MAP, FLOODS 2011, 30 September 2020
created: 30 September 2011, published: 30 September 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: GLCSC
Current Flooding within downtown of Mirpur Khas, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
ANALYSIS SUMMARY: A preliminary analysis indicates that the city of Mirpur Khas has been severely affected by standing flood waters concentrated in the central and western suburbs of the city based on satellite imagery recorded 27 September 2011. Visible within the map extent in the central part of the city, approximately 850m of the primary road DCO office road are currently submerged under standing water. Further there is a emergency IDP camp established for displaced residents, located in Gama stadium containing at present around 85 tents shelters. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : World View 1
Imagery Dates: 27 September 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Satellite Data(2) : World View 2
Imagery Dates: 08 June 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Current Flooding within downtown Mirpur Khas, Sindh Province, Pakistan
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
ANALYSIS SUMMARY: A preliminary analysis indicates that the city of Mirpur Khas has been severely affected by standing flood waters concentrated in the central and western sections of the city based on satellite imagery recorded 27 September 2011. Visible within the map extent in the central part of the city, approximately 850 meters of the primary DCO Office Road is currently submerged and likely impassable. Further, an emergency IDP camp for displaced residents in Gama stadium has been established with currently 85 tents shelters. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT at contact information below.
Satellite Data(1) : World View 1
Imagery Dates: 27 September 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Satellite Data(2) : World View 2
Imagery Dates: 08 June 2020
Resolution : 0.5 m
Copyright:Digital Globe 2011
Source: FirstLook
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Estimated Rainfall Accumulation Over Vietnam, Laos, CambodiaEstimated Rainfall Accumulation Over Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
This map illustrates estimated total rainfall accumulation for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.This total estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region, and covers the dates from 25 August - 25 September 2011. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements.The mean average rainfall totals by Province have also been calculated and displayed in the map. This rainfall estimate is a preliminary result & has not yet been validated in the field.Map produced for A3 printing at 1:3,500,000 scale.
Rainfall Data: TRMM
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series: 25 Aug.- 25 Sept. 2011
Credit: NASA
Road Data : ESRI 2011
Settlement Data: EC-JRC
Ports/ Airports: NGA
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Estimated Rainfall Accumulation Over Vietnam, Laos & CambodiaEstimated Rainfall Accumulation Over Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
This map illustrates estimated total rainfall accumulation for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.This total estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region, and covers the dates from 25 August - 25 September 2011. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements. The mean average rainfall totals by Province have also been calculated and displayed in the map. This rainfall estimate is a preliminary result & has not yet been validated in the field. Map produced for A3 printing at 1:3,500,000 scale.
Rainfall Data: TRMM
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series: 25 Aug.- 25 Sept. 2011
Credit: NASA
Road Data : ESRI 2011
Settlement Data: EC-JRC
Ports/ Airports: NGA
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment  Food Stock Losses, 26 September 2020Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment Food Stock Losses, 26 September 2020
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment  Flood Impact Ranking, 26 September 2020Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment Flood Impact Ranking, 26 September 2020
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment  Crops and Livelistock Losses, 26 September 2020Pakistan, Floods, Initial Vulnerability Assessment Crops and Livelistock Losses, 26 September 2020
created: 27 September 2011, published: 27 September 2020
Made by: VAMCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, PakistanCurrent Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, Pakistan
created: 23 September 2011, published: 23 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected districts of Badin and Mirpur Khas, Pakistan based on analysis of satellite data recorded on 23 September 2011. A preliminary analysis indicates that flood waters appear to be stable in spatial extent between 15-23 Sept. 2011. Please note that a detected water body reflects an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : ENVISAT ASAR WS-HH
Imagery Dates: 23 September 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source:European Space Agency
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update on Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, PakistanUpdate on Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, Pakistan
created: 24 September 2011, published: 24 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected districts of Badin and Mirpur Khas, Pakistan based on analysis of satellite data recorded on 23 September 2011. A preliminary analysis indicates that flood waters appear to be stable in spatial extent between 15-23 Sept. 2011. Please note that a detected water body reflects an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : ENVISAT ASAR WS-HH
Imagery Dates: 23 September 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source:European Space Agency
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update on Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas Districts, PakistanUpdate on Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas Districts, Pakistan
created: 24 September 2011, published: 24 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected districts of Badin and Mirpur Khas, Pakistan based on analysis of satellite data recorded on 23 September 2011. A preliminary analysis indicates that flood waters appear to be stable in spatial extent between 15-23 Sept. 2011. Please note that a detected water body reflects an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
Satellite Data(1) : ENVISAT ASAR WS-HH
Imagery Dates: 23 September 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source:European Space Agency
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan, Sindh Province, General Logistics Planning Map and Flood Affected Areas, 16 September 2020Pakistan, Sindh Province, General Logistics Planning Map and Flood Affected Areas, 16 September 2020
created: 19 September 2011, published: 19 September 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: GLCSC
Pakistan, Lower Sindh, General Logistics Planning Map and Flood Affected Areas, 14 September 2020Pakistan, Lower Sindh, General Logistics Planning Map and Flood Affected Areas, 14 September 2020
created: 19 September 2011, published: 19 September 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 14.3 MB, Source: GLCSC
Update 2:Overview of Flood Waters In Lower Sindh Province, PakistanUpdate 2:Overview of Flood Waters In Lower Sindh Province, Pakistan
created: 16 September 2011, published: 16 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Lower Sindh, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis indicates that flood waters have continued to expandin surface area over the four days, concentrated primary in the districts of Mirpur Khas and Umer kot. These findings were based on crisis satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 15 Sept.,11 Sept. and 19 Aug. 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.Map produced for A3 printing at 1:900,000 scale.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 15 September 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 11 September 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Satellite Data(3) : MODIS Aqua
Imagery Dates: 19 August 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis & Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
South Sudan, Northern Bahr El Ghazal State, Detailed Transport map, September 2011South Sudan, Northern Bahr El Ghazal State, Detailed Transport map, September 2011
created: 13 June 2012, published: 13 June 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: SOUTH AFRICA
Related countries: South Africa,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.7 MB, Source: GLCSC
Current Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, Sindh, PakistanCurrent Flood Waters over Badin and Mirpur Khas District, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 14 September 2011, published: 14 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Badin and Mirpur Khas districts of Sindh province, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis is based on crisis satellite imagery collected by ENVISAT-ASAR WS sensors on 12 September 2011. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT. Map produced for A3 printing at 1:550,000 scale.
Satellite Data(1) : ENVISAT ASAR WS-HH
Imagery Dates: 12 September 2020
Resolution : 150 m
Source:European Space Agency
Provided by:GeoPictures/ KSAT
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 1:Overview of Flood Waters In Lower Sindh Province, PakistanUpdate 1:Overview of Flood Waters In Lower Sindh Province, Pakistan
created: 13 September 2011, published: 13 September 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Lower Sindh, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis indicates that flood waters have significantly expanded to the east over the last two weeks, concentrated primary in the districts of Mirpur Khas and Umer kot. These findings were based on crisis satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 11 Sept. and 19 Aug. 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.Map produced for A3 printing at 1:900,000 scale.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 11 September 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Aqua
Imagery Dates: 19 August 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS, NGA
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Baseline Imagery: ESRI WMS (Landsat-7)
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
OVERVIEW OF FLOOD WATERS IN LOWER SINDH PROVINCE, PAKISTANOVERVIEW OF FLOOD WATERS IN LOWER SINDH PROVINCE, PAKISTAN
created: 24 August 2011, published: 24 August 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Lower Sindh,Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains.This analysis is based on crisis satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 19 August 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field.Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua
Imagery Dates: 19 August 2020
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Other Data: OCHA, USGS, NGA
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Baseline Imagery: ESRI WMS (Landsat-7)
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
Coordinate System:
WGS 1984 UTM Zone 42N
Projection: Transverse Mercator
Datum: WGS 1984
False Easting: 500,000.0000
False Northing: 0.0000
Central Meridian: 69.0000
Scale Factor: 0.9996
Latitude Of Origin: 0.0000
Units: Meter
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Ash Deposit Patterns from Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcano (22 June)Ash Deposit Patterns from Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcano (22 June)
created: 05 August 2011, published: 05 August 2020
Satellite Imagery Review of Ash Deposit Patterns from Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcanic Complex
DMC
SPOT
MODIS
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Somalia, Mogadishu-Afgoye Corridor, Drought Preparedness, December 2010 - Low ResSomalia, Mogadishu-Afgoye Corridor, Drought Preparedness, December 2010 - Low Res
created: 08 August 2011, published: 08 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: SOMALIA
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Horn of Africa, WFP Planned Beneficiaries, Affected by Drought and Conflict, 21 July 2020Horn of Africa, WFP Planned Beneficiaries, Affected by Drought and Conflict, 21 July 2020
created: 01 August 2011, published: 01 August 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: SOMALIA
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Horn of Africa, Somalia - Ethiopia - Kenya Border, 23 July 2020Horn of Africa, Somalia - Ethiopia - Kenya Border, 23 July 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: SOMALIA
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5.2 MB, Source: GLCSC
Horn of Africa, Somalia,Ethiopia,Kenya Border, 23 July 2020Horn of Africa, Somalia,Ethiopia,Kenya Border, 23 July 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: SOMALIA
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5.2 MB, Source: GLCSC
Horn of Africa,Planned Response to Somalia Crisis, July 2011Horn of Africa,Planned Response to Somalia Crisis, July 2011
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: SOMALIA
Related countries: Somalia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Estimated Mean Rainfall Accumulation by State, Nigeria (1 -16 JULY 2011)Estimated Mean Rainfall Accumulation by State, Nigeria (1 -16 JULY 2011)
created: 20 July 2011, published: 20 July 2020
This map illustrates the mean average rainfall accumulation by State administrative units in Nigeria. This total estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region, and covers the dates from 1 to 16 July 2011. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements. This map was produced in support to Rivers State government, Nigeria.Map scale for A3,1:3,000,000.
Rainfall Data: TRMM
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series: 1 - 16 JULY 2020
Credit: NASA
Road Data : ESRI (2011)
City Data: EU-JRC, Google Map Maker 2010
Other Data: USGS, NGA, UNOSAT
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
Related countries: Nigeria,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Estimated Rainfall Accumulation 1 -16 JULY 2011, Gulf of GuineaEstimated Rainfall Accumulation 1 -16 JULY 2011, Gulf of Guinea
created: 19 July 2011, published: 19 July 2020
This map illustrates estimated total rainfall accumulation for the Gulf of Guinea and the bordering states in Nigeria. This total estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region, and covers the dates from 1 to 16 July 2011. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements. This rainfall estimate is a preliminary result & has not yet been validated in the field.Map scale for A3,1:3,000,000.
Rainfall Data: TRMM
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series: 1 - 16 JULY 2020
Credit: NASA
Road Data : ESRI (2011)
City Data: EU-JRC, Google Map Maker 2010
Other Data: USGS, NGA, UNOSAT
Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
Related countries: Nigeria,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Horn of Africa, General Logistics Planning Map, 07 July 2020Horn of Africa, General Logistics Planning Map, 07 July 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.7 MB, Source: GLCSC
Lybia, North Africa Unhas Routes Map, 15 June 2020Lybia, North Africa Unhas Routes Map, 15 June 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: LIBYA
Related countries: Libya,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: GLCSC
Inundaciones en la provincia de Bolivar, Colombia (23 Mayo 2011)Inundaciones en la provincia de Bolivar, Colombia (23 Mayo 2011)
created: 28 May 2011, published: 28 May 2020
Este mapa ilustra las inundaciones detectadas satelitalmente en las provincias afectadas de Atlantico y Magdalena, Colombia. El análisis de inundaciones se realizó por detección de cambios a partir de datos satelitales radar captados el 14 de Abril 2001 y el 23 de Mayo 2010. Se trata de un análisis preliminar aun no validado en el terreno.
Crisis Satellite Datos Radarsat 2
Resolución 12m
Datos del satélite 23 Mayo. 2011
Derechos de los datos RADARSAT-2 @ MDA 2011
Pre- Crisis Satellite Datos Radarsat 1
Resolución 12m
Datos del satélite 14 Abr. 2001
Derechos de los datos RADARSAT-1 @ MDA 2011
Análisis UNOSAT
Datos SIG NGA, SALB, USGS, WDPA
Producción del Mapa UNOSAT (26 Mayo. 2011)
Proyección UTM Zone 18 del Norte
Datum WGS 1984
Related countries: Colombia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Philippines, Tropical Storm Songda, 26 May 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm Songda, 26 May 2020
created: 26 May 2011, published: 26 May 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
JAPAN, TOHOKU - PACIFIC OCEAN EARTHQUAKE, OPERATIONAL MAP, 20 MAY 2020JAPAN, TOHOKU - PACIFIC OCEAN EARTHQUAKE, OPERATIONAL MAP, 20 MAY 2020
created: 24 May 2011, published: 24 May 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: GLCSC
North Africa Overview, General Logistics Planning Map, 23 May 2020North Africa Overview, General Logistics Planning Map, 23 May 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: LIBYA
Related countries: Libya,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8 MB, Source: GLCSC
NORTH NAMIBIA, FLOODS, FEBRUARY - MAY 2011NORTH NAMIBIA, FLOODS, FEBRUARY - MAY 2011
created: 23 May 2011, published: 23 May 2020
Made by: WFP,ITHACA - Region: NAMIBIA
Related countries: Namibia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
NORTH NAMIBIA, FLOODS, 06 FEBRUARY - 05 APRIL 2020 - LOW RESNORTH NAMIBIA, FLOODS, 06 FEBRUARY - 05 APRIL 2020 - LOW RES
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: NAMIBIA
Related countries: Namibia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Population exposed to floods by year during the monsoon seasons between 2000 and 2010 (Yearly Average)Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Population exposed to floods by year during the monsoon seasons between 2000 and 2010 (Yearly Average)
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This maps shows the yearly average population hit by floods during the monsoon season (May-October) in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Population exposed to floods by township level during the monsoon seasons between 2000 and 2011Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Population exposed to floods by township level during the monsoon seasons between 2000 and 2011
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the total population hit by floods during the monsoon season (May-October) in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
ECUADOR, VOLCANO TUNGURAHUA, ORANGE ALERT, 27 APRIL 2020ECUADOR, VOLCANO TUNGURAHUA, ORANGE ALERT, 27 APRIL 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: ECUADOR
Related countries: Ecuador,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of June between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of June between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of June in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of May between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of May between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of May in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of August between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of August between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of August in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of July between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of July between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of July in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Surface percentage of township experiencing floods at least at once during the monsoon season between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Surface percentage of township experiencing floods at least at once during the monsoon season between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the surface percentage of township experiencing floods at least at once during the monsoon season in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Composite map. Monsoon Season Flooding Recurrence between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Composite map. Monsoon Season Flooding Recurrence between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the monsoon season (May-Oct) in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 5.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of September between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of September between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of September in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of October between 2000 and 2010Myanmar. Historical Seasonal Analysis. Frequency of floods for the month of October between 2000 and 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
This map shows the percentage of the time in which each area resulted to be flooded during the month of October in the last 11 years (2000-2010)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Japan, General Logistics Planning Map, 31 March 2020Japan, General Logistics Planning Map, 31 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 16.2 MB, Source: GLCSC
JAPAN, FUKUSHIMA PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020JAPAN, FUKUSHIMA PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: GLCSC
JAPAN, IWATE PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020JAPAN, IWATE PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: GLCSC
JAPAN, MIYAGI PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020JAPAN, MIYAGI PREFECTURE, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 31 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2 MB, Source: GLCSC
Japan, Fukushima Evacuation Areas, 29 March 2020Japan, Fukushima Evacuation Areas, 29 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar, Earthquake and Aftershocks, 24 March 2020 - LOW RESMyanmar, Earthquake and Aftershocks, 24 March 2020 - LOW RES
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar Earthquake and Aftershocks, 25 March 2020Myanmar Earthquake and Aftershocks, 25 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.7 MB, Source: WFP
MYANMAR, EARTHQUAKE EPICENTER, 24 March 2020MYANMAR, EARTHQUAKE EPICENTER, 24 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PNG, File Size: 8.9 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar, Earthquake, Population Density, 24 March 2020Myanmar, Earthquake, Population Density, 24 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
JAPAN, TSUNAMI AFFECTED AREAS AND EVACUATION ZONE IN THE SENDAI REGION, 18 MARCH 2020JAPAN, TSUNAMI AFFECTED AREAS AND EVACUATION ZONE IN THE SENDAI REGION, 18 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: GLCSC
Tsunami-related standing water bodies, Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, JapanTsunami-related standing water bodies, Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, Japan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected standing bodies of water remaining after the tsunami event over the city of Sendai and affected areas south in Miyagi Prefecture. Flood waters were identified through an analysis of Radarsat-2 satellite data recorded 12 March 2020 with a medium degree of confidence. This is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. It is possible that tsunami-related water bodies areas have been underestimated in areas with high debris levels. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Crisis Satellite Data(1): Radarsat-2 (HH)
Resolution: 12m
Imagery Date: 12 March 2020
Pre-crisis Satellite Data(1): Radarsat-1 (HH)
Resolution: 25m
Imagery Date: 26 March 2020
Copyright: Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Source: Canadian Space Agency
Nuclear Data: UNEP
Road Data: OSM
Elevation Heights: NGA
Protected Sites: WDPA 2010
Other Data: USGS, NGA
Background Imagery: Bing Maps
Source: (c) 2010 Microsoft
Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Tokyo Zone 54 North
Datum: WGS-84
Produced using ArcGIS v10.0
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Tsunami
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Japan, Tsunami and Earthquake Affected Areas, 17 March 2020Japan, Tsunami and Earthquake Affected Areas, 17 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 10.4 MB, Source: WFP
Japan, Earthquakes Swarm, 15 March 2020Japan, Earthquakes Swarm, 15 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Japan Earthquake, No fly and no man zone, 15 March 2020Japan Earthquake, No fly and no man zone, 15 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PNG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Japan Earthquake, Nuclear power plants, 15 March 2020Japan Earthquake, Nuclear power plants, 15 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PNG, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
Territory of coastline by the city Kamaishi affected by tsunami at 12 March 2020 04:35 Moscow timeTerritory of coastline by the city Kamaishi affected by tsunami at 12 March 2020 04:35 Moscow time
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates the limit of tsunami impact on coastline by the city Kamaishi, Japan derived from Ikonos imagery from 12 Mar 2011.
This map is realized by ScanEx in support to Emercom Russia.
Satellite Data: Ikonos
Imagery Date: 12 Mar, 2011
Copyright: GEOEYE, ScanEx
Analysis: ScanEx
Map Production: ScanEx
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Tsunami
File Type: PDF, File Size: 10.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Japan, Tsunami Overview, 12 March 2020Japan, Tsunami Overview, 12 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: JRCGDACS - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5.8 MB, Source: WFP
Inundation Tsunami in Japan on 11 03 2011Inundation Tsunami in Japan on 11 03 2011
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: JRCGDACS - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
JAPAN, EARTHQUAKE EPICENTRE, 11 MARCH 2020JAPAN, EARTHQUAKE EPICENTRE, 11 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: JAPAN
Related countries: Japan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PNG, File Size: 7.2 MB, Source: GLCSC
PHILIPPINES, DENSITY OF POPULATION IN PROVINCES ON TSUNAMI ALERTPHILIPPINES, DENSITY OF POPULATION IN PROVINCES ON TSUNAMI ALERT
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PNG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
PHILIPPINES, PROVINCES ON TSUNAMI ALERT, 11 MARCH 2020PHILIPPINES, PROVINCES ON TSUNAMI ALERT, 11 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: GLCSC
Pakistan. Extreme Rainfall Detection System. Pakistan Flood, Situation as of 19-25/07/2010Pakistan. Extreme Rainfall Detection System. Pakistan Flood, Situation as of 19-25/07/2010
created: 25 October 2011, published: 25 October 2020
Output of ITHACA Extreme Rainfall Detection System.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1 MB, Source: ITHACA
LIBYA NORTH AFRICA OVERVIEW, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 08 MARCH 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: LIBYA
Related countries: Libya,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8.1 MB, Source: GLCSC
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, GENERAL LOGISTICS PLANNING MAP, 24 FEBRUARY 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 18.7 MB, Source: GLCSC
Flood Waters Over Affected Areas Along the Zambezi River, MozambiqueFlood Waters Over Affected Areas Along the Zambezi River, Mozambique
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected provinces of Sofala & Zambezia along the Zambezi River, Mozambique. Flood waters were identified through an analysis of ENVISAT ASAR satellite data recorded on 17 February 2020 with a medium degree of confidence. The pre-flood water extent was extracted from ENVISAT ASAR data collected on 19 February 2004. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. It is possible that flood waters have been significantly underestimated in certain vegetated areas along the Limpopo and Incomati rivers because of water signature confusion in the radar data. Flood waters shown in this map thus likely represent minimum estimates. The rainfall data was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements.
Crisis Satellite Data: ENVISAT ASAR IMP
Resolution: 25m
Date Series: 17 Feb. 2011
Pre Crisis Satellite Data: ENVISAT ASAR IMP
Resolution: 25m
Date Series: 19 Feb. 2004
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series: 10 Jan - 17 Feb 2020
Hydrology data: Hydrosheds (USGS),ESRI
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Copyright: © 2011 improved with GoogleMapMaker
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS
Map Production: UNOSAT (25 Feb. 2011)
Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South
Datum: WGS 1984
Produced using ArcGIS
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Flood Waters Over Affected Areas of Gaza & Maputo Province, MozambiqueFlood Waters Over Affected Areas of Gaza & Maputo Province, Mozambique
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts of Chibuto, Chowke & Xai-Xai of Gaza province and Manhic, Magude & Bilene of Maputo province, Mozambique. Flood waters were identified through an analysis of PALSAR satellite data recorded on 05 February 2020 with a medium degree of confidence. The pre-flood water extent was extracted from Radarsat-1 data collected on 3 February 2008. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. It is possible that flood waters have been significantly underestimated in certain vegetated areas along the Limpopo and Incomati rivers because of water signature confusion in the radar data. Flood waters shown in this map thus likely represent minimum estimates. The rainfall data was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements.
Crisis Satellite Data: PALSAR
Resolution: 100m
Date Series: 05 Feb. 2011
Pre Crisis Satellite Data: Radarsat-1
Resolution: 25m
Date Series: 03 Feb. 2008
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series: 10 - 30 January2011
Hydrology data: Hydrosheds (USGS),ESRI
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Copyright: © 2011 improved with
GoogleMapMaker
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS
Map Production: UNOSAT (04 Feb. 2011)
Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South
Datum: WGS 1984
Produced using ArcGIS
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Mozambique, Flood Affected Areas, CosmoSKY Med, 04 February 2020Mozambique, Flood Affected Areas, CosmoSKY Med, 04 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
SOUTH WEST AFRICA, ZAMBEZI AND LIMPOPO BASINS, 25  January 2021SOUTH WEST AFRICA, ZAMBEZI AND LIMPOPO BASINS, 25 January 2021
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PNG, File Size: 6.5 MB, Source: GLCSC
Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Chibuto and Xai-Xai, Gaza Province, MozambiqueFlood Waters over the Affected Districts of Chibuto and Xai-Xai, Gaza Province, Mozambique
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts of Chibuto & Xai-Xai of Gaza Province, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been marked as Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 26 January 2011. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. The rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements.
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 250m
Date Series: 26 Jan. 2011
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series: 10 - 25 January2011
Hydrology Data: Hydrosheds (USGS),ESRI
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Copyright: © 2011 improved with Google Map Maker
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS
Map Production: UNOSAT (28 January 2020)
Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South
Datum: WGS 1984
Produced using ArcGIS
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Post-Earthquake Assessment for Town of Dalbandin, Balochistan, PakistanPost-Earthquake Assessment for Town of Dalbandin, Balochistan, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
BACKGROUND: This is a satellite-based damage assessment of the town of Dalbandin (Chagai, Balochistan Province) following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake on 18 January 2021 (20:23:23 UTC). The earthquake epicenter was located approximately 50 kilometers to the west of Dalbandin, at an estimated depth of 68km.1 The town buildings and infrastructure were reviewed for potential damages resulting from the earthquake using a series of satellite imagery recorded on 21, 23 and 25 January 2011. All imagery data was provided through the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters. An annotated overview map of the town is included for reference on page 3. This assessment has not yet been independently validated on the ground.
Satellite Imagery (1): GeoEye-1
Resolution: 50cm
Imagery Dates: 23 January 2021
Source: USGS (HDDS)
Copyright: GeoEye 2011
Satellite Imagery (2): Worldview-02
Resolution: 50cm
Imagery Dates: 21 January 2021
Source: USGS (HDDS)
Copyright: DigitalGlobe 2011
Satellite Imagery (2): SPOT-5
Resolution: 2.5m (Pansharpened)
Imagery Dates: 25 January 2021
Copyright: Spot Image CNES 2011
Vector Data: NGA and Google MapMaker
Report Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 41N
Datum: WGS-84
Seismic Data: USGS
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan - Balochistan, Earthquake, 18 January 2021Pakistan - Balochistan, Earthquake, 18 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFPCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.3 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan - Balochistan, Earthquake, Population Estimation, 18 January 2021Pakistan - Balochistan, Earthquake, Population Estimation, 18 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: WFPCO - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes  22 - 29 December 2020Earthquakes 22 - 29 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes  12 - 21 December 2020Earthquakes 12 - 21 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes 08 - 15 December, Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea, 16 December 2020 Earthquakes 08 - 15 December, Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea, 16 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Related countries: Papua New Guinea,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Inundaciones en las provincias de Atlantico y Magdalena, Colombia (22 Noviembre 2010)Inundaciones en las provincias de Atlantico y Magdalena, Colombia (22 Noviembre 2010)
created: 28 May 2011, published: 28 May 2020
Este mapa ilustra las inundaciones detectadas satelitalmente en las provincias afectadas de Atlantico y Magdalena, Colombia. El análisis de inundaciones se realizó por detección de cambios a partir de datos satelitales radar captados el 7 de Abril 2010 y el 22 de Noviembre 2010. Se trata de un análisis preliminar aun no validado en el terreno.
Crisis Satellite Datos: Radarsat 2
Resolución: 25m
Datos del satélite: 22 Nov. 2010
Derechos de los datos: RADARSAT-2 @ MDA 2010
Pre- Crisis Satellite Datos: Radarsat 1
Resolución: 25m
Datos del satélite: 7 Abr. 2010
Derechos de los datos: RADARSAT-1 @ MDA 2010
Análisis: UNOSAT
Datos SIG: NGA, SALB, USGS, WDPA
Producción del Mapa: UNOSAT (25 Nov. 2010)
Proyección: UTM Zone 18 del Norte
Datum: WGS 1984
Related countries: Colombia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Togo. Flood Extent. Sep 1, 2020 - Nov 17, 2020Togo. Flood Extent. Sep 1, 2020 - Nov 17, 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Water body extent was automatically derived from MODIS satellite imagery by ITHACA
Related countries: Togo,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 0.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Chad. Flood Extent (Sep 1 - Nov 17, 2020)Chad. Flood Extent (Sep 1 - Nov 17, 2020)
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Chad,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 0.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Indonesia, Java Island, Active Volcanoes as of 9th November 2010, 12 November 2020Indonesia, Java Island, Active Volcanoes as of 9th November 2010, 12 November 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: GLCSC
Overview of Flood Waters near Ubon Ratchathani and Warin Chamrap, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters near Ubon Ratchathani and Warin Chamrap, Thailand
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents potential flood affected lands in Ubon Ratchathani Province Thailand. SPOT 4 imagery was acquired on 31 October 2020 and has a resolution of 10m. The extensive presence of rice fields along the Mun River over the observed area causes confusion with possible flood inundated land. Therefore the analysis has a high level of uncertainty and areas marked in orange can also be flood affected. The current situation has been compared with SPOT 5 imagery as of the 18 January 2008. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map Scale for A3: 1:80,000; Projection : UTM Zone 48 North; Datum: WGS-84 (EGM-96)
Satellite Data (1): SPOT 4
Resolution: 10 meters
Image Date: 31 October 2020
Satellite Data (2): SPOT 5
Resolution: 10 meters
Image Date: 18 January 2021
Copyright image 1&2: SPOT Image 2010
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds/ESRI
Road Data: Open Street Map (OSM)
Airport Data: NGA
Place names: Vmap0, OCHA, GeoNames
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 48N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters in Phichit and Nakhon Sawan Province, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters in Phichit and Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the potential flood affected lands around Pak Nam Pho,Nakhan Sawan Province and Chao Phraya river in Thailand. There is possiblitity of floods extending inside Pak Nam Pho town in the near future. PALSAR imagery was acquired on 30 October 2020 and has a resolution of 100m. Due to the extensive presence of rice fields over the observed area , the analysis has a high level of uncertainty. Detected water bodies likely reflect an overrestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent, because ov the used L-band SAR sensor. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map Scale for A3: 1:250,000; Projection : UTM Zone 47 North; Datum: WGS-84 (EGM-96)
Crisis Satellite Data: ALOS PALSAR
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 30 October 2020
Source: © JAXA METI
Pre-Crisis Satellite Data: ALOS PALSAR
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 13 August 2020
Source: © JAXA METI
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds/ESRI
Road Data: Open Street Map (OSM)
Airfield Data: NGA
Place names: Vmap0, OCHA
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 47N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters around the town of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters around the town of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the potential flood affected lands around the town of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya in Ayutthaya Province and close to the Chao Phraya River. SPOT 4 crisis imagery was acquired on 30 October 2020 and has a pan-sharpened resolution of 10m. This image was compared with a pre-crisis SPOT 5 with 10m resolution showing the situation as of 6 December 2007. Due to the extensive presence of rice fields over the observed area and a pre image of the same season, the analysis has a high level of uncertainty. Detected water bodies likely reflect an overrestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent, because of confusion with cultivated rice fields. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map Scale for A3: 1:90,000; Projection : UTM Zone 47 North; Datum: WGS-84 (EGM-96)
Satellite Data (1): SPOT 4
Resolution: 10 meters
Image Date: 30 October 2020
Satellite Data (2): SPOT 5
Resolution: 10 meters
Image Date: 06 December 2020
Copyright image 1 / 2: SPOT Image 2010
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds/ESRI
Road Data: Open Street Map (OSM)
Airfield Data: NGA
Place names: Vmap0, OCHA
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 47N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters in Buriram, Nakhon Ratchasima & Surin Province, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters in Buriram, Nakhon Ratchasima & Surin Province, Thailand
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents potential flood affected lands in
Nakhon Ratchasima, Buriram, Surim Province Thailand.There is possiblitity of floods extending till
Ubon Ratchathani in the near future. MODIS imagery
was acquired on 31 October 2020 and has a resolution of 250m. Due to the cloud coverage, extensive presence of rice fields over the observed area and lack of identifiable preflood waters from MODIS data, the analysis has a high level of uncertainty. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map Scale for A3: 1:400,000; Projection : UTM Zone 47 North; Datum : WGS-84 (EGM-96)

Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 31 October 2020
Source: NASA
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds/ESRI
Road Data: Open Street Map (OSM)
Airfield Data: NGA
Place names: VMAP0,OCHA
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 47N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters in and around Ayutthaya Province, ThailandOverview of Flood Waters in and around Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the potential flood affected lands in and around Ayuthaya Province and Chao Phraya river in Thailand. The analysis reaches from the province of Lopburi in north till Pathum Thani in the south.There is possiblitity of floods extending till Bangkok in the near future. MODIS imagery was acquired on 29 October 2020 and has a resolution of 250m. Due to the delta character, cloud coverage, extensive presence of rice fields over the observed area and lack of corresponding pre-crisis MODIS data, the analysis has a high level of uncertainty. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map Scale for A3: 1:430,000; Projection : UTM Zone 47 North; Datum : WGS-84 (EGM-96)
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 29 October 2020
Source: NASA
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds/ESRI
Road Data: OSM
Airfield Data: NGA
Place names: Global Insight
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 47N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Thailand,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters in Pauktaw and Kyaukpyu Province, MyanmarOverview of Flood Waters in Pauktaw and Kyaukpyu Province, Myanmar
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the permanent water bodies and potential flood affected land and/or aquaculture in Rakhine State in Myanmar. The analysis reaches from the Districts of Pauktaw to Kyaukpyu. Radarsat-2 imagery was acquired on 25 October 2020 and has a resolution of 25m. Due to the costal and delta character of the observed area and lack of corresponding pre-crisis radar data, the analysis has a high level of uncertainty. Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
Map scale for A3:1:300,000; Projection : UTM Zone 46 North; Datum : WGS-84 (EGM-96).
Crisis Satellite Data: Radarsat-2
Resolution: 25 meters
Image Date: 25 October 2020
Source: RADARSAT-2 © MDA 2009
PreCrisis Satellite Data: Not available
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series: 20 - 28 October 2020
Cyclone GIRI - Data: CIRA
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, UNEP
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds
Road Data: Google Map Maker 2010
Airfield Data: Google Maps
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 46N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Earthquake  Kepulauan Mentawai Region, Indonesia, 27 October 2020 - High resolutionEarthquake Kepulauan Mentawai Region, Indonesia, 27 October 2020 - High resolution
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Flood Waters in Ha Tinh and Nghe An Provinces, Viet NamFlood Waters in Ha Tinh and Nghe An Provinces, Viet Nam
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters in Ha Tinh and Nghe An provinces, Viet Nam, based on a preliminary analysis of crisis Radarsat-2 data acquired on 22 October and 10 May 2010. Multiple villages appear to be flooded south west of Vinh, in addition to large sections of roads and railway. Because of the complexity of the mixed urban, marshland and aquaculture environment in this area, there is a relatively high degree of uncertainty associated with the flood water detection and classification. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3:1:200,000; Projection : UTM Zone 48 North; Datum : WGS-84 (EGM-96).
Satellite Data (1): ALOS PALSAR
Imagery Dates: 22,October 2010
Resolution: 100m
Copyright: © JAXA MET
Satellite Data (2): ALOS PALSAR
Imagery Dates: 10, May 2010
Resolution: 100m
Copyright: © JAXA MET
Elevation Data: ASTER GDEM
Resolution: 27 m
Source: METI & NASA 2009
Road Data: Google Map Maker 2010
Other Data: CISIN, ESRI, USGS, NGA, FAO
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 48 North
Datum: WGS-84 (EGM-96)
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Myanmar, Storm GIRI, Qualitative Flood Hazard Map, 22 OCTOBER 2020Myanmar, Storm GIRI, Qualitative Flood Hazard Map, 22 OCTOBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Northern Benin Floods  Satellite detected Water from 29 July to 8 October 2020Northern Benin Floods Satellite detected Water from 29 July to 8 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: BENIN
Related countries: Benin,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
Benin  Land Cover and Flood affected areas as of 8 October 2020Benin Land Cover and Flood affected areas as of 8 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: BENIN
Related countries: Benin,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Benin Floods: Satellite detected water from 29 September 2020 to 8 October 2020Benin Floods: Satellite detected water from 29 September 2020 to 8 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: BENIN
Related countries: Benin,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Eastern Africa, Logistics Overview Map, 13 Oct 2020Eastern Africa, Logistics Overview Map, 13 Oct 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 15.1 MB, Source: GLCSC
Flood Extent Analysis for Lake Manchar, Sindh, PakistanFlood Extent Analysis for Lake Manchar, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates the expansion of flood waters on Lake Manchar in Sindh Province based on a time series analysis of satellite data recorded between 4 July and 6 October 2010. As shown in the left map frame, flood waters have continued to spread from Lake Manchar to the north-east, flooding an estimated 60 villages and small towns between 16 September and 6 October. In contrast, flood levels have dramatically receded along the main Indus river channel immediately to the east of the lake. The right map frame presents the relative extent of standing water levels at four separate dates. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3:1:200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 48 North; Datum: WGS-84.
Satellite Data (1): UK DMC2
Resolution: 32 meters
Image Date: 6 October 2020
Source: DMC International Imaging Ltd.
Satellite Data (2): ALOS PALSAR
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 4 July 2020
Source: © JAXA, MET
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Dates: 28 July - 16 September 2020
Source: NASA Rapid Response
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright:
© 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
GIS Data: NGA, USGS
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Flood Waters in Quang Binh Province, Viet NamFlood Waters in Quang Binh Province, Viet Nam
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters in Quang Binh province, Viet Nam, based on a preliminary analysis of crisis Radarsat-2 data acquired on 8 & 10 October 2010. Although there are no significant indications of standing flood waters along the banks of the main Song Nan river, there are multiple areas of potentially severe local flooding mostly in the highlands to the south of Song Nan river affecting a number of locations including: the villages of Yęn Lac and Tân Hóa in Tuyen Hoa district, the village of Chŕ Nňi in Bo Trach district; multiple small villages west of the village of Co Lung in Quang Trach district; and multiple villages along the south bank of the Song Con river in Bo Trach district. Further, at the mouth of the Song Nan river between the towns of Hoa Ninh and Ba Don, there are potentially large areas of flooding, however because of the complexity of the mixed urban, marshland and aquaculture environment in this area, there is a relatively high degree of uncertainty associated with the flood water detection and classification. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3:1:200,000; Projection : UTM Zone 48 North; Datum : WGS-84 (EGM-96).
Satellite Data (1): Radarsat-2 (HH)
Imagery Dates : 8,10 October 2009
Resolution : 25m
Copyright : RADARSAT-2 © MDA 2009
Credit :Canadian Space Agency
Satellite Data (2) : ENVISAT ASAR (IMP/WSM)
Imagery Dates : 16DEC2009/03SEPT2010
Resolution : 25m/150m
Source : European Space Agency (ESA)
Elevation Data : ASTER GDEM
Resolution : 27 m
Source : METI & NASA 2009
Road Data :Google Map Maker 2010
Other Data : CISIN, ESRI, USGS, NGA, FAO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan, Earthquakes 6 - 10 October 2010, 10 October 2020Pakistan, Earthquakes 6 - 10 October 2010, 10 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes  01 - 08 October 2020Earthquakes 01 - 08 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 1 of 3Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 1 of 3
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.9 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 2 of 3Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 2 of 3
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 3 of 3Pakistan floods - Manchar lake area Satellite detected water, 22 September 2020 - Map 3 of 3
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.9 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 1 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 1 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Cosmo-SkyMed satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 3.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 3 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 3 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Cosmo-SkyMed satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 2 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020Pakistan floods. Manchar Lake area. Map 2 of 3. Satellite detected water as of 22 September 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Cosmo-SkyMed satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Pakistan Floods  Sindh Province, Manchar Lake Area, MODIS, Flood Dynamics, 16-20 September 2010Pakistan Floods Sindh Province, Manchar Lake Area, MODIS, Flood Dynamics, 16-20 September 2010
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan Floods - Manchar Lake AreaPakistan Floods - Manchar Lake Area
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery experimental automatic processing. Multi temporal analysis (Sep 16-17-20, 2010)
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Flood Analysis in Pakistan Based on Time Series of Satellite Data Recorded from 28 July to 16 September 2020Flood Analysis in Pakistan Based on Time Series of Satellite Data Recorded from 28 July to 16 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
ANALYSIS SUMMARY:
This map presents a comprehensive overview of the maximum flood water extent across the affected provinces in Pakistan as detected by a constellation of satellite sensors throughout the course of this catastrophic disaster from 28 July to 16 September 2010. Flood waters depicted on the map have been symbolized with two classes, the first and primary class (shown in red), represents the maximum water extent across the affected provinces, as identified with a very high degree of confidence; the second class (shown in orange), represents potential flood waters which were identified with a moderate to low degree of confidence. Inset satellite images over selected locations across the affected region provide detailed examples of the type of damages and other flood related issues that will need to be addressed during the early recovery and reconstruction phases. Further, a spatial analysis conducted with satellite-derived flood data provided a preliminary estimate of the potential number of villages, towns, infrastructure sites as well as the length of roads and railway tracks directly affected by the flooding. These results have been quantified by administrative province (see included table). Across the whole of the flood affected region, it has been estimated that over 7,490 villages, 135 towns/cities and 190 health facilities were identified as potentially directly affected by the flood waters, the majority of villages completely inundated or surrounded by flood waters without open land evacuation routes. Over 5,000 km of primary or secondary roads were likely submerged along with 400 km of railway tracks and 400 bridges. Please note that the numbers of affected locations presented in this map and associated table likely represent absolute minimum estimates for the area assessed; because of limitations in available settlement and transportation datasets it is certain that the numbers of affected villages, towns and affected infrastructure / transportation lines are significantly underestimated. This disaster analysis was conducted with satellite imagery provided through the International Space Charter as well as from ESA, NASA and USGS.
CALCULATING THE MAXIMUM FLOOD EXTENT
The estimated total surface area of all satellite-detected flood waters during this event was 37,280km2 based on cumulative analysis from 28 July to 16 September 2010. This estimate includes both water classes shown in the map and has been controlled for the normal, pre-crisis water extent of major rivers, lakes and reservoir water bodies using the best available hydrological datasets. Because of the limited duration of the reported flash floods in the northern provinces of Pakistan (especially Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), as well as limitations of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, it is likely that the total extent of flood waters have been underestimated by potentially upwards of several hundred square kilometres. Nevertheless, the total impact of this probable underestimation is essentially negligible when calculating the overall accuracy and completeness of the flood water.
Satellite Data (1): ENVISAT ASAR IMP (HH)
Resolution: 24 meters
Image Dates: 1, 3, 6 September 2020
Source: European Space Agency (ESA)
Satellite Data (2): ALOS PALSAR (FBD & WB1)
Resolution: 25/100 meters
Image Date: 4 July & 5, 19 & 21 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Crisis Satellite Data (3): RADARSAT-2
Resolution: 25 meters
Image Date: 5, 10, 21 August 2020
Copyright: Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Source: Canadian Space Agency
Satellite Data (4): UK DMC2
Resolution: 32 meters
Image Date: 19 August 2020
Source: DMC International Imaging Ltd.
Crisis Satellite Data (5): Worldview-1
Resolution: 0.5m
Image Date: 2 August 2020
Source: USGS, Digital Globe
Crisis Satellite Data (6): QuickBird2
Resolution: 0.6m
Image Date: 14, 16, 24 & 29 August 2020
Source: USGS, GEOEYE
Crisis Satellite Data (7): GeoEye-1
Resolution: 0.5m
Image Date: 5 & 10 August 2020
Source: USGS, GEOEYE
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Dates: 28 July - 16 September 2020
Source: NASA Rapid Response
Landsat-7 imagery: ESRI WMS
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright:
© 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data: UNHCR
Hospital Data: WHO
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 42N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 9.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan Floods - Dadu, Mehar, Khairpur Nathan Shah AreaPakistan Floods - Dadu, Mehar, Khairpur Nathan Shah Area
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery experimental automatic processing. Multi temporal analysis (Sep 08-13-16, 2010)
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
(EXERCISE MAP) Armenian Earthquake - Overview Map of Affected Areas(EXERCISE MAP) Armenian Earthquake - Overview Map of Affected Areas
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Exercise map for EADRCC Consequence Management Exercises ARMENIA 2010-Overview Map of Affected Areas
Projection :UTM Zone 38 North
Datum :WGS84
Earthquake Data:USGS
Elevation: STRM
Vector Data: Acopian Center for the Environment (ACE)
Map production: UNITAR/UNOSAT
Related countries: Armenia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan, Helicopter Landing Zones, Highways and Flood Extent Map, 10 Sep 2020Pakistan, Helicopter Landing Zones, Highways and Flood Extent Map, 10 Sep 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: GLCSC
Situation Update 5 - Sujawal Town flooded in Major outflow from Indus, Thatta DistrictSituation Update 5 - Sujawal Town flooded in Major outflow from Indus, Thatta District
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the fifth situational update on the status of flood waters between the cities of Thatta and Sujawal, in Thatta district based on an analysis of ENVISAT ASAR satellite data recorded 1 September 2020 at 5:33 UTC. Over the last 48 hours the Town of Sujawal has likely been severely flooded, with no functional road access. This was the direct result of a major water outflow event from the eastern bank of the Indus River on 28 August 2010, advancing over 45km to the south-east as of 1 September. The town of Jati is under imminent threat of flooding within the next 24 hours. The current direction of this outflow should take it into the delta, which could act to lessen the severity of flooding further south in Thatta District along the Indus channel to the Arabian Sea. Flood waters immediately east of Thatta city have remained relatively stable over the last 72 hours and have not advanced closer to the city. The town of Chuhar Jamali is also at high flood risk. This situational analysis is based on a rapid analysis of current satellite data available and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:350,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): ENVISAT ASAR IMP (HH)
Resolution : 24 meters
Image Date : 1 September 2020
Source: European Space Agency (ESA)
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution :250 meters
Image Date :26 Aug-1 Sept. August 2010
Precrisis Satellite Data (1) :ALOS PALSAR (FBD HH-HV)
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date: 4 July 2020
Source :© JAXA, METI
GIS Data :NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data :Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2010 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Flood Analysis :UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection :UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 4: Rising Flood Waters in Thatta and SujawalSituation Update 4: Rising Flood Waters in Thatta and Sujawal
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the fourth situational update on the status of rising flood waters between the cities of Thatta and Sujawal, in Thatta district based on a time series of MODIS satellite data recorded 29 August at 09:10 UTC. There has been a major expansion of flood water on eastern bank of the Indus river, threatening the towns of Thatta and Sujawal. Water has advanced. The flood waters have advanced over 14km at its furthest point between August 28 - 29; threatening to surround the city of Sujawal which remains at high risk. Sections of route N-5 north of Thatta remain likely flooded; the towns of Bannu and Daro on the eastern bank of the Indus also remain threatened. Due to cloud cover over the region, more recent imagery has not been processed over this area. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:400,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :ALOS PALSAR (FBD HH-HV)
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 19 August & 4 July 2020
Source :© JAXA, METI
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution :250 meters
Image Date :26-29 August 2010
Source :NASA Rapid Response
Source :NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data :NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data :Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2010 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Flood Analysis :UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection :UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 5: Shahdadkot under imminent threat of flooding, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 5: Shahdadkot under imminent threat of flooding, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Analysis Findings: This is the fifth situational update on the status of flood waters advancing on the city of Shahdadkot, based on satellite data recorded today at 09:10 UTC (29 August 2020). Flood waters have continued to advance over 1km eastward towards Shahdadkot over last 24 hours, waters now likely to enter southern sections of town within next 24 hours. Immediately north of Shahdadkot, the reported makeshift embankment continues to hold. To the south-east of Shahdadkot, there are indications that flood waters have remained stable over the last 48 hours, raising hope that southern road access to Shahdadkot might remain partially open. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Dates: 23-29 August 2010
Source: NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery: ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data: WHO
Background Imagery: Landsat-7 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis: / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 4 Shahdadkot under imminent threat of flooding, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 4 Shahdadkot under imminent threat of flooding, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Analysis Findings: This is the fourth situational update on the status of flood waters advancing on the city of Shahdadkot, based on satellite data recorded today at 08:30 UTC (28 August 2020). Flood waters have continued to advance 2.5km eastward towards Shahdadkot over last 24 hours constituting now an imminent threat that the town could be flooded within the next 24-48 hours. Immediately north of Shahdadkot, the reported makeshift embankment continues to hold. To the south-east of Shahdadkot, there are indications that flood waters have not significantly advanced within the last 24 hours, raising hope that southern road access to Shahdadkot might remain partially open. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 23-28 August 2010
Source: NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery: ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data: WHO
Background Imagery: Landsat-7 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis: / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 3- Rising Flood Waters between Hyderabad & ThattaSituation Update 3- Rising Flood Waters between Hyderabad & Thatta
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the third situational update on the status of rising flood waters between the cities of Hyderabad and Thatta, in Thatta disrict based on a time series of MODIS satellite data recorded this morning (28 August at 08:30 UTC) and PALSAR data recorded on 19 and 21 August 2010. Over the last 24 hours there has been a major expansion of flood water on eastern bank of Indus, threatening the towns of Daro and Sujawal in Thatta district, advancing over 9 km; the city of Thatta remains at high risk, however the leading edge of flood waters less than 4km to the east have remained stable over the last 24 hours, indicating that local barriers were continuing to hold. Sections of route N-5 north of Thatta are likely flooded as waters converge with Lake Khinjar; the town of Bannu on the eastern bank of Indus is also currently threatened. The situation within the Hyderabad area and Kotri Barrage has remained stable over last 24 hrs with little or no indications of significant expansion in flood water extent. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:740,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): ALOS PALSAR (FBD HH-HV)
Resolution: 25 meters
Image Date: 19 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Satellite Data (2) :ALOS PALSAR (WB1 HH)
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 21 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 28 August 2020
Source: NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Hospital Data: WHO
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 3- Flood Waters Rapidly Encircling Shahdadkot, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 3- Flood Waters Rapidly Encircling Shahdadkot, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Analysis Findings: This is the third situational update on the status of flood waters advancing on the city of Shahdadkot, based on satellite data recorded today at 06:10 UTC (27 August 2020). A change detection analysis has been made comparing satellite imagery from this morning with imagery recorded daily since 23 August 2010. Immediately north of Shahdadkot, the reported makeshift embankment appears to be holding across most sections as of 06:10 UTC today (27 August 2020) however there is now a direct threat to Shahdadkot from advancing flood waters from the east, now within 4.5 km of the city; To the south-east of Shahdadkot, flood waters have surged east over 9km between 24-27 Aug. threatening to encircle Shahdadkot; Road access south from the city is currently open but under direct threat from the advancing water from the west, which could close almost all road access to Shahdadkot within 24-48hrs.This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 23-27 August 2010
Source : NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery : ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data : WHO
Background Imagery : Landsat-7 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis : : / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 2: Rising Flood Waters between Hyderabad & Thatta, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 2: Rising Flood Waters between Hyderabad & Thatta, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the second situational update on the status of rising flood waters between the cities of Hyderabad and Thatta based on a time series of MODIS satellite data recorded this morning (26 August 08:40 UTC) and PALSAR data recorded on 19 and 21 August 2010. Flood waters have to dramatically risen over the last five days south of Hyderabad with significant flooding on both the eastern and western banks of the Indus River; an estimated 7km of Route N-5 north of Thatta is likely flooded as waters converge with Lake Khinjar; the town of Bannu on the eastern bank of Indus is currently threatened; the city of Thatta is also potentially at risk from flood waters which are currently located less than 4km to the east; the situation within the Hyderabad area continues to worsen with rising water levels north of the Kotri Barrage likely cutting railway lines north and threatening the Jamshoro thermal power station; immediately south, the eastern section of Jamshoro are at risk; within Hyderabad there is an apparent intrusion of flood waters, possibly affecting route N-5 north. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:950,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): ALOS PALSAR (FBD HH-HV)
Resolution: 25 meters
Image Date: 19 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Satellite Data (2) :ALOS PALSAR (WB1 HH)
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 21 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 26 August 2020
Source: NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Hospital Data: WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 1: Rising Flood Waters Up & Downstream of Kotri Barrage, HyderabadSituation Update 1: Rising Flood Waters Up & Downstream of Kotri Barrage, Hyderabad
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the first situational update on the status of rising flood waters surrounding the Kotri Barrage in the city of Hyderabad based on a time series of PALSAR satellite data recorded on 19 and 21 August as well as MODIS data recorded 05:40 UTC this morning (24 August 2020). Flood waters have dramatically risen over the last five days, with the largest area of flood expansion located immediately north of the Kotri Barrage on the west bank of the Indus, likely cutting the railway lines north and threatening the Jamshoro thermal power station; the second major expansion of flood waters is immediately south of the barrage, threatening the eastern section of the city of Jamshoro; within the Hyderabad itself there is an apparent intrusion of flood waters within the northern section of the city possibly affecting route N-5 north; Route N-55 is likely unaffected by flooding however route M-9 is likely flooded between the cities of Kotri and Jamshoro. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:200,000; Projection :UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :ALOS PALSAR (FBD HH-HV)
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 19 August 2020
Source :© JAXA, METI
Satellite Data (2) :ALOS PALSAR (WB1 HH)
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 21 August 2020
Source: © JAXA, METI
Crisis Satellite Data (1) :MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution :250 meters
Image Date :23 August 2010
Source :NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data :NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data :Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis :UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 2: Flood Waters currently contained north of Shahdadkot, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 2: Flood Waters currently contained north of Shahdadkot, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is the second situational update on the status of flood waters immediately north of the city of Shahdadkot; based on satellite data recorded this morning at 05:40 UTC (24 August 2020). A change detection analysis has been made comparing satellite imagery from this morning with imagery recorded approximately 24 hrs earlier on 06:35 and 08:10 UTC (23 August 2020). Flood waters have not measurably advanced over the last 24hrs along the northern edge of Shahdadkot, suggesting that the reported emergency embankment remains intact and continues to hold back a major water surge into the city as of 05:40 UTC today. To the south-east of Shahdadkot, flood waters have advanced 20km during the last 24 hours, likely closing the Canal road. Further, flooding continues to expand along route M-8 cutting off road traffic from Shahdadkot both to the east and west. Partial road access to the south still remains open with the exception of the flooding of the Canal Rd approximately 22km south-east of Shahdadkot. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 23-24 August 2010
Source : NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery : ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data : WHO
Background Imagery : Landsat-7 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis : : / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 1- Current flooding of Jacobabad & Dera Allah Yar cities, Sindh and BalochistanSituation Update 1- Current flooding of Jacobabad & Dera Allah Yar cities, Sindh and Balochistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents a situational update on the current flood water status for the cities of Jacobabad & Dera Allah Yar cities, Sindh and Balochistan Provinces based on Radarsat-2 satellite data recorded on 21 August 2010. Both cities have been severely affected by the rising flood waters over the last week; flood waters have likely inundated a majority of Dera Allah Yar city and cut road access from all sides; eastern sections of Jacobabad including Madadpur hospital are severely flooded with no functional road access; the flooding within the western side of the city is also severe; the Jacobabad airport has possible water inundation on the northern edge of the runway; over 17km of route N-65 between Jacobabad and Dera Allah Yar is now completely flooded; Further, as predicted in an earlier analysis released on 18 August (Product ID: 1480), Jacobabad has now been completely encircled by flood water, leaving no functional land transport routes for aid or evacuation. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:125,000: Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1): RADARSAT-2
Resolution: 25 meters
Image Date: 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Source: Canadian Space Agency
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data: Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery: ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data: WHO
Background Imagery: Radarsat-2 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Update 1- Flood Waters Rising North of City of Shahdadkot, Sindh ProvinceSituation Update 1- Flood Waters Rising North of City of Shahdadkot, Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This is an update on the rising flood waters immediately north of the city of Shahdadkot (est. population of 300,000), based on MODIS satellite data recorded at 06:35 and 08:10 UTC this morning (23 August 2020). Flood waters have continued to advance to within approximately 1.3km of the edge of the city, with the largest movement located to the north-east in two separate areas (see map annotation and arrows). Route M-8 has been flooded in multiple locations cutting off road traffic both to the east and west. Road access to the south remains open and unaffected by flooding. This situational analysis is based on a rapid visual assessment of the current satellite data available over this area and will be revised and updated as new data becomes available; this analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A4: 1:80,000; Projection : UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 23 August 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Reference Imagery : ESRI WMS 2010
Hospital Data : WHO
Background Imagery : Landsat-7 / MODIS fusion
Flood Analysis : : / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Flood Waters between the Cities of Dadu & Hyderabad, Sindh Province, Pakistan (19 Aug 2020)Flood Waters between the Cities of Dadu & Hyderabad, Sindh Province, Pakistan (19 Aug 2020)
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents a preliminary analysis of probable flood waters along the Indus River in southern Sindh province between the cities of Dadu and Hyderabad; based on post-disaster satellite data collected by the PALSAR sensor on 19 August and pre-crisis by PALSAR on 4 July 2010. Multiple sites of flooded villages/towns and likely road and bridge damages as well as evaluation of the Kotri Barrage have been made using both PALSAR data as well as crisis DMC satellite imagery recorded on 19 August 2010. Please note that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A2 prints: 1:425,000;Projection:UTM Zone 42N - WGS-84. Map layout designed for modified A2 Printing (600mm x 297mm)
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : ALOS PALSAR
Polarization : HH-HV
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 19 August 2020
Source : © JAXA, METI
Satellite Data (2) : ALOS PALSAR
Polarization : HH-HV
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 4 July 2020
Source : © JAXA, METI
Satellite Data (3) : UK DMC2
Resolution : 32 meters
Image Date : 19 August 2020
Source : c) DMC International Imaging Ltd.
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Background Imagery : Landsat-7 / PALSAR fusion
WMS Imagery: ESRI
Flood Analysis :UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 1- Analysis of Flood-Affected Villages, Towns & Infrastructure in Sindh ProvinceUpdate 1- Analysis of Flood-Affected Villages, Towns & Infrastructure in Sindh Province
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents a preliminary analysis of probable flood-affected villages, towns and infrastructure along the Indus River in Sindh and Balochistan Provinces, and is based on satellite imagery covering the period from 5 to 18 August 2010. Villages, towns, infrastructure sites as well as the length of roads and railway tracks within the detected flood water extent have been identified and quantified by administrative district (see included table). In Balochistan Province, over 110 villages, 5 towns and 8 health facilities were identified as probably severely affected by the flood waters, the majority completely inundated or surrounded by flood waters without open land evacuation routes. Over 170 km of primary or secondary roads are likely submerged along with 10 km of railway tracks and 5 bridges. In Sindh Province, over 1,120 villages, 28 towns/cities and 34 health facilities were identified as probably severely affected by the flood waters, the majority completely inundated or surrounded by flood waters without open land evacuation routes. Over 950 km of primary or secondary roads are likely submerged along with 120 km of railway tracks and 23 bridges. In addition to the overall expansion of the flood water extent, there are specific locations of rapid flood water outflow to the west which have advanced over 120km from the original suspected canal breach along a canal line north of Sukkur barrage, inundating a total of 2,670 km2 of land. This flood water outflow event continues to advance at a rate of approximately 10-25km per day and represents a significant threat to potentially hundreds of currently unaffected villages along the boundary between Sindh and Balochistan province. The approximate direction and relative size of these flood outflows have been identified. Please note that the numbers of affected locations presented in this map and associated table represent absolute minimum estimates for the area assessed; because of limitations in available settlement and transportation datasets it is certain that the numbers of affected villages, towns and affected infrastructure / transportation lines are significantly underestimated. This analysis is based on satellite data collected by MODIS sensors from 8-18 August, JAXA PALSAR data on 5 August, and Radarsat-2 data on 5 August 2010. Please note that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:500,000: Projection : UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 8-18 August 2010
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Crisis Satellite Data (2) : RADARSAT-2
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
Crisis Satellite Data (3) : PALSAR
Resolution : 100 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Source : JAXA
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Protected Sites : UNEP-WDPA
Baseline Imagery: ESRI WMS (Landsat-7)
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 2 -Flood Water Outflow from Indus near Sukkur Barrage Entering Balochistan Province, PakistanUpdate 2 -Flood Water Outflow from Indus near Sukkur Barrage Entering Balochistan Province, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents an updated time series analysis of the dramatic expansion of flood water outflow from the Indus River north of the city of Sukkur, Sindh Province, Pakistan covering the period from 8 to 18 August 2010. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by Modis sensors from 8-18 August 2010 and Radarsat-2 data on 10 August 2010. Please note that the numbers of affected locations presented in this map represent minimum estimates; because of limitations in available settlement and transportation datasets it is certain that the numbers of affected villages, towns and affected infrastructure / transportation lines are underestimated; Also note that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:500,000: Projection : UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
ANALYSIS SUMMARY: Flood waters have continued to rapidly advance north-west into Balochistan Province as part of the massive outflow from the Indus River caused by a suspected canal breach on 8-9 August 2010, north of Sukkur barrage, Sindh Province. Between 8 and 18 August, this outflow body of water has advanced over 120km from the original breach line, covering a total of 2,670 km2, likely inundating approximately 530 villages and 13 towns / cities, along with over 533 km of main roads and 57 km of railway lines and the Shahbaz AB airport. The city of Jaccobabad is severely affected, with flood waters nearly surrounding the city; Route N-65 and the railway leading north are flooded, as are additional road and rail links to the east and west, leaving the only open route south, however 15km of route N-65 to Shikarpur is also flooded. Based on a preliminary assessment of the water flow direction over the last two days it appears that Jacobabad is at risk of being completely encircled by flood water, leaving no functional land transport routes for aid or evacuation.

Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 8-18 August 2010
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Crisis Satellite Data (2) : RADARSAT-2
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan, Logistics Infrastructure Overview, Flood Zones, 10 August 2020Pakistan, Logistics Infrastructure Overview, Flood Zones, 10 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PNG, File Size: 15 MB, Source: GLCSC
Update 1- Flood Waters near Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province, PakistanUpdate 1- Flood Waters near Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents a time series analysis of the dramatic expansion of flood water outflow from the Indus River immediately north of the city of Sukkur, , Sindh Province, Pakistan covering the period from 8 to 12 August 2010. During this four day period, it is estimated that flood waters inundated over 80,000 ha of land, reaching a distance of approximately 50km from the previous flood limit near the town of Ghauspur. Further, over 170 small villages and four large towns (including Karampur and Ghauspur) have been directly flooded by this specific outflow event. The additional towns of Khandh Kot, Thul, Irazi Saidki are either already partially flooded or threatened by imminent flooding. Based on the sustained water movement in a west-northwest (280deg) direction, it is likely that the city of Jacobabad could be exposed to this flooding outflow body of flood water between 13-14 August 2010.This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by Modis sensors from 8-12 August 2010 and Radarsat-2 data on 10 August 2010. Please note that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3 prints: 1:340,000; Projection :UTM Zone 42N: Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 8-12 August 2010
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Crisis Satellite Data (2) : RADARSAT-2
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS, OSM
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve
with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: UNOSAT
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 August 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 August 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 August 2020 - LOW RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 August 2020 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Rising Flood Waters near Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province, PakistanRising Flood Waters near Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over both the upstream and downstream sections of the Indus River near the Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province, Pakistan as of 10 August 2010. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by Radarsat-2 on 10 August 2010, and Modis sensors on 8-10 August 2010. There are strong indications that flood water levels have dramatically risen along the upstream sections of the Indus River north of the Sukkur Barrage, Sindh Province. Between 8 and 10 August, flood waters in certain locations spread outwards of 15km onto previously unaffected land, mostly along the western bank. The flood waters are also rising immediately downstream of the Sukkur Barrage, which appears wholly intact. There are likely hundreds of small settlements and multiple villages/towns which are completely submerged under the flood waters along a 50km stretch of the Indus River upstream of the Sukkur Barrage. Please note that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1: 240,000; Projection : UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : RADARSAT-2
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
Crisis Satellite Data (2) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 31 July - 1 August 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, USGS
Transport Data : Google Map Maker
Transport Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Philippines, Volcano Mayon Areas of Concern, Population at Risk, 25 December 2020Philippines, Volcano Mayon Areas of Concern, Population at Risk, 25 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh  Flood - Prone Areas, 30 July 2020Bangladesh Flood - Prone Areas, 30 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: WFP
Updated Flood Waters in Charsadda and Nowshera Districts, PakistanUpdated Flood Waters in Charsadda and Nowshera Districts, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents an analysis of standing flood waters over the affected Charsadda and Nowshera Districts, Khyber-Pakhtunkha Province, Pakistan, based on post-disaster RADARSAT-2 data from 5 August and MODIS on 31 July 2010. Pre-flood water data was obtained from RADARSAT-1 satellite data (1 Dec. 1999). There are strong indications that flood water levels have significantly receded along the upstream sections of the Swat and Kabul Rivers north of Charsadda before the confluence, and over a 15km section of the Kabul River downstream of Charsadda. The bulk of standing flood waters within 10km upstream of Nowshera city appear to be receding at a much slower rate leaving the total area of standing flood waters on 5 August similar to that of 31 July 2010. Water levels a kilometre after Nowshera city along the Kabul River towards the Ghazi Brotha dam appear also to have receeded to a significant degree. Please note: there are several associated levels of uncertainly with this analysis due to the limitations of comparing radar and optical satellite data with different spatial resolutions. It is likely that the extent of the flood waters detected on 5 August has been underestimated along some sections of the Kabul River within the map extent. The exact limit of the MODIS flood water detection on 31 July 2020 is also uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the sensors used. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:140,000; Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT; Projection : UTM Zone 43N (WGS-84).
Crisis Satellite Data (1) : RADARSAT-2
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 5 August 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
Crisis Satellite Data (2) : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 31 July - 1 August 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
PreCrisis Satellite Data : RADARSAT 1
Resolution : 25 meters
Image Date : 1 December 2020
Copyright : Radarsat 1 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, Google Maps
Hydrology Data : USGS HydroSheds
Road Data : Google Map Maker
Road Data Copyright: © 2009 Google - Improve with Google Map Maker
Background Imagery: ESRI (Landsat7 WMS)
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis & Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: UNOSAT
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 06 AUGUST 2020 - LOW RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 06 AUGUST 2020 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 06 AUGUST 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 06 AUGUST 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 05 AUGUST 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 05 AUGUST 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Dera Ismail Khan, Satellite Detected Flooded Areas, CosmoSky Med, 04 August 2020Pakistan, Dera Ismail Khan, Satellite Detected Flooded Areas, CosmoSky Med, 04 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 05 AUGUST 2020 - LOW RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 05 AUGUST 2020 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Damage Overview of Flood-Affected Towns In Nowshera District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PakistanDamage Overview of Flood-Affected Towns In Nowshera District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Analysis Description: This map presents the preliminary findings of a damage assessment over sixteen flood-affected towns and cities along the Kabul and Kalpani Rivers including the main city of Nowshera, Nowshera District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. This analysis is based on post-disaster Worldview-1 satellite imagery collected on 2 August 2010. All road and bridge damages related to the flooding have been individually identified and marked within the map; flood-affected towns and villages have been classified by the relative degree of flooding impact and the approximate number and extent of building damages as visually identified in the satellite imagery. Not all flood related damages have been identified because of limits in spatial resolution of the imagery used and due to heavy cloud cover over the assessed area; damages identified are likely to be underestimated. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:44,000; Projection : UTM Zone 43N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data : Worldview-1
Resolution : 0.5m
Image Date : 2 August 2020
Source : USGS, DigitalGlobe
Charter PM (call 319: U.S. OFDA
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, UNEP
Road Data : Open Street Map
Background Imagery : ESRI (Landsat7 WMS)
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Damage Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Updated Overview of Flood Waters in Punjab Province, PakistanUpdated Overview of Flood Waters in Punjab Province, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Punjab, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by PALSAR sensors on 05 August 2010, and pre-crisis by PALSAR sensors on 19 July 2010. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map scale for A3: 1:1,200,000; Projection: UTM Zone 43N Datum: WGS-84
Crisis Satellite Data: PALSAR
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 05 AUGUST 2020
Source : JAXA
PreCrisis Satellite Data: PALSAR
Resolution: 100 meters
Image Date: 19 July 2020
Source: JAXA
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, OCHA, UNEP
Hydrology Data: USGS HydroSheds
Road Data: Open Street Map
Bridge & Airfield Data: Google Maps
Background Imagery: ESRI (Landsat7 WMS)
Refugee Data: UNHCR
Hospital Data: WHO
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Satellite-Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Cantemir District, Republic of MoldovaSatellite-Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Cantemir District, Republic of Moldova
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates probable standing flood waters along the eastern bank of the Prut River in the Cantemir District of the Republic of Moldova, as well as the western bank of the river in Romania. This flood analysis is based on Formosat-2 satellite imagery recorded on 31 July 2010. Areas of potential / probable flooding within towns and road / bridge obstacles have been identified and marked in the overview and inset focus maps.

Overall the flooding appears to be relatively contained along the Prut River, with limited numbers of potentially flooded/flood-affected buildings, primarily in the Republic of Moldova. Transport routes appear to be moderately affected with a number of potential road flooding sites along both sides of the Prut.

Please note that areas likely flooded with dense vegetation cover have been marked in the map with a lower level of confidence because of limitations in water detection with the satellite imagery. Pre-flood water has been taken from a European dataset derived from multiple sources and may not accurately reflect the current location Prut River channel in some locations in the map. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map scale for A3: 1:180,000; Projection: UTM Zone 35N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data: Formosat-2
Resolution: 2 meters
Image Date: 31 July 2020
Source: NSPO
Pre-crisis water data: ESRI (Multiple inputs)
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: ESRI, USGS, NGA
Road Data: Open Street Map
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 35N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Moldova,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 04 August 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 04 August 2020 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 04 August 2020 - LOW RESOLUTIONPAKISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 04 August 2020 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods. Central districtsPakistan floods. Central districts
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery multi temporal analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Overview of Flood Waters in N.W.F.P. and Punjab Provinces, PakistanOverview of Flood Waters in N.W.F.P. and Punjab Provinces, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Punjab and N.W.F.P., Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 31 July 2010, and pre-crisis by MODIS sensors on 18 July 2010. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain (approximately 250-500m) because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, and that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3:1:1,400,000; Projection : UTM Zone 42N, Datum : WGS-84
Crisis Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 31 July 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
PreCrisis Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 18 July 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, UNEP
Hydrology Data : USGS HydroSheds
Road Data : Open Street Map
Bridge & Airfield Data : Google Maps
Background Imagery : ESRI (Landsat7 WMS)
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Satellite Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Republic of MoldovaOverview of Satellite Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Republic of Moldova
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates probable standing flood waters along the Prut River at the Border of the Republic of Moldova and Romania. This flood analysis is based on MODIS terra satellite imagery recorded on 24 and 29 July 2010. Areas of potential / probable floodwater have been identified and marked in the overview map in red.

Overall the flooding appears to be relatively contained along the southern section of the Prut River, with smaller potentially flooded/flood-affected areas in the north of the Republic of Moldova. There is suspected bridge damage along an international border crossing west of the city of Cahul, Moldova. The two international bridges linking Romania with the Moldovan city of Giurgiulesti appear intact and fully operational.

This map product shows an overveiw of flooding along the Prut river in two overlapping map subsets. The scale for both frames is 1 : 600.000 and the left frame is rotated clockwise 28°. In the right side of the map previous UNOSAT analysis extents are indicated with a box.

This analysis has certain limitations because of the relatively low resolution of the satellite imagery. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map scale for A3: 1:600,000; Projection: UTM Zone 35N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 24 and 29 July 2020
Source: NASA
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: ESRI, USGS, NGA
Road Data: Open Street Map
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 35N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Moldova,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Overview of Flood Waters in Peshawar and Mardan Tehsils, N.W.F.P., PakistanOverview of Flood Waters in Peshawar and Mardan Tehsils, N.W.F.P., Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Tehsils of Peshawar and Mardan, N.W.F.P, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 31 July & 1 August 2010, and pre-crisis by MODIS sensors on 25-26 July 2010. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain (approximately 250-500m) because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, and that detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:345,000: Projection : UTM Zone 43N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 31 July - 1 August 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
PreCrisis Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 26 July 2020
Source : NASA Rapid Response
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA, OCHA, Google Maps
Hydrology Data : USGS HydroSheds
Road Data : Open Street Map
Bridge & Airfield Data : Google Maps
Background Imagery : ESRI (Landsat7 WMS)
Refugee Data : UNHCR
Health Center Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: n.a., Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan Floods, Central districts, MODIS satellite imagery multi - temporal analysis, 02 August 2020Pakistan Floods, Central districts, MODIS satellite imagery multi - temporal analysis, 02 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 6.9 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Charsadda District MODIS detected Flooded Areas, 02 August 2020Pakistan, Charsadda District MODIS detected Flooded Areas, 02 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan floods - Tarbela dam (Charsadda district) areaPakistan floods - Tarbela dam (Charsadda district) area
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery multi temporal analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Satellite-Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Cahul and Vulcanesti Districts, Rep of MoldovaSatellite-Detected Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Cahul and Vulcanesti Districts, Rep of Moldova
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates probable standing flood waters along the eastern bank of the Prut River in the Cahul and Vulcanesti Districts of the Republic of Moldova, as well as the western bank of the river in Romania. This flood analysis is based on Formosat-2 satellite imagery recorded on 22 July 2010. Areas of potential / probable flooding within towns and road / bridge obstacles have been identified and marked in the overview and inset focus maps.

Overall the flooding appears to be relatively contained along this southern section of the Prut River, with limited numbers of potentially flooded/flood-affected buildings, primarily in the Republic of Moldova. Transport routes appear to be moderately affected with a number of potential road flooding sites along both sides of the Prut. There is suspected bridge damage along an international border crossing west of the city of Cahul, Moldova. The two international bridges linking Romania with the Moldovan city of Giurgiulesti appear intact and fully operational.

Please note that areas likely flooded with dense vegetation cover have been marked in the map with a lower level of confidence because of limitations in water detection with the satellite imagery. Pre-flood water has been taken from a European dataset derived from multiple sources and may not accurately reflect the current location Prut River channel in some locations in the map. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map scale for A3: 1:60,000; Projection: UTM Zone 35N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data: Formosat-2
Resolution: 2 meters
Image Date: 22 July 2020
Source: NSPO
Pre-crisis water data: ESRI (Multiple inputs)
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: ESRI, USGS, NGA
Road Data: Open Street Map
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 35N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Moldova,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Pakistan. Floods 2010Pakistan. Floods 2010
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Philippines - Moro Gulf, Earthquakes, 23 July 2020Philippines - Moro Gulf, Earthquakes, 23 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Update - Satellite-Detected Standing Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Nisporeni and Hincesti Dist.Update - Satellite-Detected Standing Flood Waters Along the Prut River, Nisporeni and Hincesti Dist.
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates probable standing flood waters along the eastern bank of the Prut River near the town of Nemteni, Nisporeni and Hincesti Districts in the Republic of Moldova, as detected in MODIS satellite imagery recorded on 21 July 2010. Four towns/villages (including Nemteni) have been identified as likely directly affected by the flooding; one village appears to be almost completely encircled by flood waters without functional road access.
Flood waters have concentrated on extensively cultivated fields in the area and could also be affecting the dense vegetation (tree) cover along the banks of the Prut River. The Irrigation canal immediately north of route E58 appears to be containing the flood waters, preventing flow further south. Archival Quickbird imagery has been used to illustrate the normal, pre-flood river extent and course.
Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain (approximately 200-500m) because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis; this uncertainty has been symbolized in the map with increasingly lighter shades of blue. This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.

Map scale for A3: 1:60,000; Projection: UTM Zone 35N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 21 July 2020
Source: NASA
Satellite Data (2): QuickBird 2
Date: 8 September 2020
Source: DigitalGlobe
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: ESRI, USGS, NGA
Road Data: Google Maps
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 35N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Moldova,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Probable Standing Flood Waters Along Prut River, Nisporeni and Hincesti Districts, Republic of MoldovaProbable Standing Flood Waters Along Prut River, Nisporeni and Hincesti Districts, Republic of Moldova
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates probable standing flood waters along the eastern bank of the Prut River near the town of Nemteni, Nisporeni and Hincesti Districts in the Republic of Moldova, as detected in MODIS satellite imagery recorded on 3 and 14 July 2010. Four towns/villages (including Nemteni) have been identified as likely directly affected by the flooding; one village appears to be almost completely encircled by flood waters without functional road access. Flood waters have concentrated on extensively cultivated fields in the area and could also be affecting the dense vegetation (tree) cover along the banks of the Prut River. The Irrigation canal immediately north of route E58 appears to be containing the flood waters, preventing flow further south. Archival Quickbird imagery has been used to illustrate the normal, pre-flood river extent and course. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain (approximately 200-500m) because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis; this uncertainty has been symbolized in the map with increasingly lighter shades of blue.
This flood assessment is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT.
Map scale for A3: 1:60,000; Projection: UTM Zone 35N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data: MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 14 July 2020
Source: NASA
Satellite Data (2): MODIS Aqua & Terra
Resolution: 250 meters
Image Date: 3 July 2020
Source: NASA
Satellite Data (3): QuickBird 2
Date: 8 September 2020
Source: DigitalGlobe
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA, USGS, OCHA
Road Data: Google Maps
Flood Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production: UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Moldova,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Central African Republic, General Logistics Planning Map, 15 July 2020Central African Republic, General Logistics Planning Map, 15 July 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: GLCSC
Water Detection for Maungdaw & Buthidaung, Myanmar Flood EventWater Detection for Maungdaw & Buthidaung, Myanmar Flood Event
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map illustrates satellite detected flood water in Maungdaw & Buthidaung, Myanmar, as based on threshold classification method using Radarsat 1 & 2 data acquired on 21 November 2020 and 18 June 2010. Due to the large level of change in stream flow in this area between the pre and post image (13 years) the flood analysis extent is with a medium confidence level in terms of the water signature.
This data is a conservative estimate of the event and has not yet been validated in the field.
Satellite Data (Post): Radarsat-2
Imagery Dates: 18 June 2020
Resolution: 12m
Source: Canadian Space Agency
Copyright: Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Satellite Data (Pre): Radarsat-1
Imagery Dates: 21 November 2020
Resolution: 25m
Source: Canadian Space Agency
Copyright: Radarsat-1 © MDA 2010
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA (Vmap)
Map Production: UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 46N
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Situation Overview and Rainfall Estimate for Flood Affected Townships of Maungdaw and Buthidaung, MyanmarSituation Overview and Rainfall Estimate for Flood Affected Townships of Maungdaw and Buthidaung, Myanmar
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the Maungdaw and Buthidaung area where heavy rains have caused landslides and floods. This rainfall estimate was derived from NASA Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) data for precipitation over the area on the 10th - 16th of June 2010. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT.
Rainfall Data: TRMM
Source: NASA
Dates: 10 - 16 June 2020
Elevation Data: Aster GDEM
Source: METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data: NGA (Vmap)
Map Production: UNOSAT
Projection: UTM Zone 46N
Datum: WGS-84
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - November 2009 to March 2010 rainfall distribution and deviations from average rainfall (1998 - 2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - November 2009 to March 2010 rainfall distribution and deviations from average rainfall (1998 - 2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Update 2 - Cyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, PakistanUpdate 2 - Cyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the flood water/flood-affected extent over the affected Tehsils of Thatta and Mirpur Sakro following Cyclone Phet on 6 June 2010. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by Spot -5 on 11 June, Spot-4 on 10 June and Radarsat-2 on 9 June 2020 and pre-crisis Radarsat-1 data collected on 11 October 2001. Based on a comparative analysis, there is a high probability that standing flood water levels moderately decreased between the 10th and 11th of June. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:100,000; Projection : UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data : SPOT-5
Resolution : 10 meters
Image Date : 11 June 2020
Copyright : SPOT Image 2010
Crisis Satellite Data : SPOT-4
Resolution : 20 meters
Image Date : 10 June 2020
Copyright : SPOT Image 2010
Crisis Satellite Data : RADARSAT 2
Resolution : 12.5 meters
Image Date : 9 June 2020
Copyright : Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Source : Canadian Space Agency
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA (VMap)
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Potential Urban Flood Waters in Allahwala Town, Karachi East, PakistanPotential Urban Flood Waters in Allahwala Town, Karachi East, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents potential flood water/flood-affected areas within central Allahwala Town, in Karachi East following Cyclone Phet on 6 June 2010. This analysis is based on an analysis of post-disaster satellite imagery collected by SPOT-4 on 9 June and ALOS PRISM on 11 June 2010, and pre-crisis PRISM data collected on 8 June 2009. This is a preliminary analysis with a moderate to high degree of uncertainly because of the complex signature of standing water bodies within a dense urban environment. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Maps scale for A3: 1:17,500; Projection :UTM Zone 42N; Datum : WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data : SPOT-4
Resolution : 10 meters
Image Date : 9 June 2020
Copyright : SPOT Image 2010
Crisis Satellite Data : ALOS PRISM
Resolution : 2.5 meters
Image Date : 11 June 2020
Copyright : © JAXA 2010
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
Road Data : Open Street Map
City Admin. Data : Google Maps
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Update 1 - Cyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, PakistanUpdate 1 - Cyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the flood water/flood-affected extent over the affected Tehsils of Thatta and Mirpur Sakro following Cyclone Phet on 6 June 2010. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by SPOT-4 on 10 June and Radarsat-2 on 9 June 2020 and pre-crisis Radarsat-1 data collected on 11 October 2001. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.
SCALE: 145000
Crisis Satellite Data SPOT-4
Resolution 20 meters
Image Date 10 June 2020
Copyright SPOT Image 2010
Crisis Satellite Data RADARSAT 2
Resolution 12.5 meters
Image Date 9 June 2020
Copyright Radarsat-2 © MDA 2010
Source Canadian Space Agency
Elevation Data Aster GDEM
Source METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data NGA (VMap)
Hospital Data WHO
Flood Analysis UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production UNITAR / UNOSAT
Projection UTM Zone 42N
Datum WGS-84
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Cyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, PakistanCyclone Phet: Flood Waters in Thatta & Mirpur Sakro Tehsils, Sindh, Pakistan
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
This map presents the flood water/flood-affected extent over the affected Tehsils of Thatta and Mirpur Sakro following Cyclone Phet on 6 June 2010. This analysis is based on post-disaster satellite imagery collected by MODIS Aqua on 8 and 9 June 2010. Because of a combination of limiting factors including sensor resolution, local vegetation cover and clouds there is an associated moderate degree of uncertainly related to this analysis. This is a preliminary analysis which will be updated with higher resolution satellite when available. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT. Map scale for A3: 1:240,000; Projection: UTM Zone 42N; Datum: WGS-84.
Crisis Satellite Data : MODIS Aqua
Resolution : 250 meters
Image Date : 4, 8-9 June 2010
Source : NASA
Elevation Data : Aster GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
GIS Data : NGA (VMap)
Hospital Data : WHO
Flood Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: UNOSAT
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - March 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - March 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - February 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - February 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - January 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - January 2010 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - December 2009 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - December 2009 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3 MB, Source: WFP
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - November 2009 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - November 2009 - Rainfall distributions and deviations from average (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - Average monthly rainfall (1998-2009) Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - Average monthly rainfall (1998-2009)
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: ZIMBABWE
Related countries: Zimbabwe,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Oman - Pakistan  Tropical Storm Phet 03 June 2020Oman - Pakistan Tropical Storm Phet 03 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: OMAN
Related countries: Oman,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: WFP
Oman  Tropical Storm PHET, 02 June 2020Oman Tropical Storm PHET, 02 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: OMAN
Related countries: Oman,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, UNHAS ROUTES, 04 March 2020 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, UNHAS ROUTES, 04 March 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: GLCSC - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PNG, File Size: 0.4 MB, Source: GLCSC
Mozambique, Flood Prone Areas, 10 March 2020Mozambique, Flood Prone Areas, 10 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan. Extreme Rainfall Detection System. Pakistan Flood, Situation as of 02-08/08/2010Pakistan. Extreme Rainfall Detection System. Pakistan Flood, Situation as of 02-08/08/2010
created: 25 October 2011, published: 25 October 2020
Output of ITHACA Extreme Rainfall Detection System.
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1 MB, Source: ITHACA
Chile, 8 8 Earthquake and Aftershocks, Areas Reporting Damages, 28 February 2020 Chile, 8 8 Earthquake and Aftershocks, Areas Reporting Damages, 28 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Chile, Earthquakes, 27 February 2020Chile, Earthquakes, 27 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Pacific Region, Expected Tsunamis Arrival Times, 27 February 2020Pacific Region, Expected Tsunamis Arrival Times, 27 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
Hispaniola Region, Earthquake Activity 2008-2010Hispaniola Region, Earthquake Activity 2008-2010
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake  Leogane - Jacmel Road, 27 January 2021 - LOW RESOLUTIONHaiti Earthquake Leogane - Jacmel Road, 27 January 2021 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake  Some WFP logistics, 26 Janaury 2010 - LOW RESOLUTIONHaiti Earthquake Some WFP logistics, 26 Janaury 2010 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake  Some WFP logistics, 26 Janaury 2010 - HIGH RESOLUTIONHaiti Earthquake Some WFP logistics, 26 Janaury 2010 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 24 January 2021 - HIGH RESOLUTIONHaiti Earthquake-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 24 January 2021 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 6.1 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREAS OUTSIDE PORT-AU-PRINCE, 24 January 2021 - HIGH RESOLUTIONHAITI, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREAS OUTSIDE PORT-AU-PRINCE, 24 January 2021 - HIGH RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREAS OUTSIDE PORT-AU-PRINCE, 24 January 2021 - LOW RESOLUTIONHAITI, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREAS OUTSIDE PORT-AU-PRINCE, 24 January 2021 - LOW RESOLUTION
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti - Port-au-Prince, Earthquake Affected Areas, 20 January 2021 Haiti - Port-au-Prince, Earthquake Affected Areas, 20 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake  Potentially-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 18 January 2021Haiti Earthquake Potentially-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 18 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Earthquake - Affected Areas outside Port-au-PrinceHaiti Earthquake - Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Compiled by WFP Emergency Preparedness Branch (OMEP)
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
Haiti Earthquake  Potentially-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 16 January 2021Haiti Earthquake Potentially-Affected Areas outside Port-au-Prince, 16 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Earthquake Affected Areas, 15 January 2021Haiti, Earthquake Affected Areas, 15 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEPITHACA - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 5.1 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti. Port-au-Prince Earthquake Affected AreasHaiti. Port-au-Prince Earthquake Affected Areas
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Compiled by WFP Emergency Preparedness Branch (OMEP). GeoEye satellite analysis courtesy of ITHACA
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
Haiti, Earthquakes, Potentially Affected Population, 13 January 2021Haiti, Earthquakes, Potentially Affected Population, 13 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Topographic Map, Earthquake, 12 January 2021Haiti, Topographic Map, Earthquake, 12 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.8 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Earthquakes, 12 January 2021Haiti, Earthquakes, 12 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Earthquakes, Potentially Affected Population, 12 January 2021Haiti, Earthquakes, Potentially Affected Population, 12 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, WFP Beneficiaries in Storm Affected Areas, 03 November 2020 Philippines, WFP Beneficiaries in Storm Affected Areas, 03 November 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm 23 Forecast, 27 October 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm 23 Forecast, 27 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Banda Sea, Earthquake, 24 October 2020Indonesia, Banda Sea, Earthquake, 24 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Afghanistan, Earthquake, 22 October 2020Afghanistan, Earthquake, 22 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Horn of Africa, Rainfall and Vulnerability forecast, 20 October 2020Horn of Africa, Rainfall and Vulnerability forecast, 20 October 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: ETHIOPIA
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia  Earthquakes, 16 October 2020Indonesia Earthquakes, 16 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Storm Affected Areas Overview, 16 October 2020Philippines, Storm Affected Areas Overview, 16 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
South Pacific Earthquake Activity, 14 October 2020South Pacific Earthquake Activity, 14 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SAMOA
Related countries: Samoa,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines  Tropical Storm Ondoy (Ketsana) Affected Areas, 13 October 2020Philippines Tropical Storm Ondoy (Ketsana) Affected Areas, 13 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines  Storm Affected Areas Overview, 13 October 2020Philippines Storm Affected Areas Overview, 13 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 6.4 MB, Source: WFP
Nepal, Flood and Landslide-Affected Areas, 12 October 2020Nepal, Flood and Landslide-Affected Areas, 12 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.3 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, San Roque Dam Flood Affected Areas, 9 October 2020Philippines, San Roque Dam Flood Affected Areas, 9 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, San Roque Dam Flood-Prone Areas, Population Density, 08 October 2020Philippines, San Roque Dam Flood-Prone Areas, Population Density, 08 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Vanatu Region, Earthquakes, 07 October 2020Vanatu Region, Earthquakes, 07 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: VANUATU
Related countries: Vanuatu,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
LAOS, Flood-Affected Areas, 04 October 2020LAOS, Flood-Affected Areas, 04 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: LAOS
Related countries: Laos,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
India, Flood Affected Area, 06 October 2020India, Flood Affected Area, 06 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.1 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines. Tropical Storm Parma (Pepeng) - Flood affected areasPhilippines. Tropical Storm Parma (Pepeng) - Flood affected areas
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED multi-temporal satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Indonesia, Earthquakes Southern Sumatra, Areas Reporting Damages, 01 October 2020Indonesia, Earthquakes Southern Sumatra, Areas Reporting Damages, 01 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Boliiva - Peru, Earthquake, 30 September 2020Boliiva - Peru, Earthquake, 30 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Samoa, Samoa Islands Region Earthquake, 30 September 2020Samoa, Samoa Islands Region Earthquake, 30 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SAMOA
Related countries: Samoa,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.3 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Sumatra Earthquake, 30 September 2020Indonesia, Sumatra Earthquake, 30 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Flood Affected Areas in Metro Manila, 29 September 2020Philippines, Flood Affected Areas in Metro Manila, 29 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: UNOSAT - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 7.1 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Hystorical Flood Inundation Limits around Storm Ondoy (Ketsana) Affected Areas, 29 September 2020Philippines, Hystorical Flood Inundation Limits around Storm Ondoy (Ketsana) Affected Areas, 29 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana) - People Affected, 29 September 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana) - People Affected, 29 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines. Tropical Storm Ketsana (Ondoy) - Situation MapPhilippines. Tropical Storm Ketsana (Ondoy) - Situation Map
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Affected population as of Natural Disaster Coordinating Council SitRep No. 13 (Sep 29th, 2009)
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana), 27 September 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana), 27 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana) -  Population Affected by Municipalities, 28 September 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm Onday (Ketsana) - Population Affected by Municipalities, 28 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
Niger, Flood Affected Areas, 23 September 2020Niger, Flood Affected Areas, 23 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: NIGER
Related countries: Niger,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Bhutan, Earthquake, 21 September 2020Bhutan, Earthquake, 21 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BHUTAN
Related countries: Bhutan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, North Sumatra, Flood Affected Area, 15 September 2020Indonesia, North Sumatra, Flood Affected Area, 15 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
NE India, FLood Affected Areas, 14 September 2020NE India, FLood Affected Areas, 14 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: WFP
Northen Ghana and Togo, Flood Affected Areas, 10 September 2020Northen Ghana and Togo, Flood Affected Areas, 10 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
Georgia, Earthquakes, 08 September 2020Georgia, Earthquakes, 08 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: GEORGIA
Related countries: Georgia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Earthquakes 01-08 September, 08 September 2020Indonesia, Earthquakes 01-08 September, 08 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Earthquake Affected Area: Precipitation Forecast, 09 September 2020Indonesia, Earthquake Affected Area: Precipitation Forecast, 09 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
Burkina Faso, Dams and Flood Prone Areas, 07 September 2020 Burkina Faso, Dams and Flood Prone Areas, 07 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BURKINA FASO
Related countries: Burkina Faso,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Java Earthquakes, 02 September 2020Indonesia, Java Earthquakes, 02 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Earthquake, 02 September 2020Indonesia, Earthquake, 02 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Guatemala, Drought Affected Areas of Concern, 20 August 2020 Guatemala, Drought Affected Areas of Concern, 20 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: GUATEMALA
Related countries: Guatemala,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Areas, 18 August 2020Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Areas, 18 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Nepal, Flood and Landslide Affected Areas, 11 August 2020Nepal, Flood and Landslide Affected Areas, 11 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquake  India, Andaman Islands, 10 August 2020Earthquake India, Andaman Islands, 10 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
China  Tropical Storms Goni and Morakot, 3 August 2020China Tropical Storms Goni and Morakot, 3 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
India  Bihar State Flood - Prone Areas, 3 August 2020India Bihar State Flood - Prone Areas, 3 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3 MB, Source: WFP
Kenya, Drought Overview, 26 July 2020Kenya, Drought Overview, 26 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: KENYA
Related countries: Kenya,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.8 MB, Source: WFP
MOZAMBIQUE  Flood - Risk Areas, 27 July 2020MOZAMBIQUE Flood - Risk Areas, 27 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
Mongolia, Flood Affected Areas, 26 July 2020Mongolia, Flood Affected Areas, 26 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: MONGOLIA
Related countries: Mongolia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
CHINA, YUNNAN Province, Earthquake, 09 July 2020CHINA, YUNNAN Province, Earthquake, 09 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 07 July 2020Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 07 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: WFP
South East China and North Vietnam, Flood Affected Areas, 06 July 2020South East China and North Vietnam, Flood Affected Areas, 06 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Central African Republic - CAR, Ndele - Daha Corridor, 02 July 2020Central African Republic - CAR, Ndele - Daha Corridor, 02 July 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, NW REGION FLOOD PRONE AREAS, 15 JUNE 09PAKISTAN, NW REGION FLOOD PRONE AREAS, 15 JUNE 09
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
AFGHANISTAN  FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 JUNE 2020AFGHANISTAN FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 10 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh. Patuakhali District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009Bangladesh. Patuakhali District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Rapid Disaster Impact Map. Based on analysis of MODIS Satellite Imagery
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Khulna District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009Bangladesh. Khulna District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Rapid Disaster Impact Map. Based on analysis of MODIS Satellite Imagery
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Satkhira District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009Bangladesh. Satkhira District - Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas Affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Rapid Disaster Impact Map. Based on analysis of MODIS Satellite Imagery
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 1/4Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 1/4
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 2/4Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 2/4
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 4/4Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 4/4
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 3/4Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020 - 3/4
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite detected water as of May 30, 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite reference waterBangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Satellite reference water
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Areas affected with Surface Water as of May 27th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Rapid Disaster Impact Map. Based on analysis of MODIS Satellite Imagery
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Affected areas as of May 27th, 2009Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Aila. Affected areas as of May 27th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
Afghanistan, Earthquake AOC, 17 April 2020Afghanistan, Earthquake AOC, 17 April 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
EARTHQUAKES ACTIVITY, 9 - 16 APRIL 2020EARTHQUAKES ACTIVITY, 9 - 16 APRIL 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.3 MB, Source: WFP
SOUTHERN AFRICA - FLOODS SITUATION,  29 MARCH 2020SOUTHERN AFRICA - FLOODS SITUATION, 29 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
SOUTHWEST AFRICA - RAINFALL DATA ANALYSIS, 19TH-29TH MARCH 2009SOUTHWEST AFRICA - RAINFALL DATA ANALYSIS, 19TH-29TH MARCH 2009
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
SOUTHERN AFRICA - RAINFALL DATA ANALYSIS, 19TH-29TH MARCH 2009SOUTHERN AFRICA - RAINFALL DATA ANALYSIS, 19TH-29TH MARCH 2009
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: WFP
Southern Africa. Floods situation as of March 29th, 2009Southern Africa. Floods situation as of March 29th, 2009
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 5.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
TONGA, EARTHQUAKE, 22 MARCH 2020TONGA, EARTHQUAKE, 22 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
TONGA EARTHQUAKE, 19 MARCH 2020TONGA EARTHQUAKE, 19 MARCH 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Kepulauan Earthquakes, 16 March 2020Indonesia, Kepulauan Earthquakes, 16 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes, 9-16 February 2009Earthquakes, 9-16 February 2009
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.4 MB, Source: WFP
Colombia, Galeras Volcano Eruption, 16 February 2020Colombia, Galeras Volcano Eruption, 16 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: COLOMBIA
Related countries: Colombia,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
INDONESIA, KEPULAUAN TALAUD EARTHQUAKE, 11 FEBRUARY 2020INDONESIA, KEPULAUAN TALAUD EARTHQUAKE, 11 FEBRUARY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Madagascar, Tropical Storm Fanele, Areas of Concern, 23 January 2021Madagascar, Tropical Storm Fanele, Areas of Concern, 23 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: MADAGASCAR
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Floods Landslides Affected Areas, 13 January 2021Philippines, Floods Landslides Affected Areas, 13 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Chimoio District Flooded Areas, 12 January 2021Mozambique, Chimoio District Flooded Areas, 12 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Papua Guinea, Earthquakes, 04 January 2021Indonesia, Papua Guinea, Earthquakes, 04 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Flood Alert Situation as of 18 December 2020Mozambique, Flood Alert Situation as of 18 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Flood alert situation as of December, 18th 2008Mozambique. Flood alert situation as of December, 18th 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Criticality levels are based on cumulated rainfalls according to the specific analysis time period for each hydrological basin.
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Central African Republic, Population Displacement, 11 DECEMBER 2020Central African Republic, Population Displacement, 11 DECEMBER 2020
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Tropical Storm  NISHA, 07 DECEMBER 2020Sri Lanka, Tropical Storm NISHA, 07 DECEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Tropical Storm  07B, 07 DECEMBER 2020Sri Lanka, Tropical Storm 07B, 07 DECEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.6 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Areas, 4 December 2020Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Areas, 4 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
BRAZIL, FLood Affected Areas, 26 NOVEMBER 2020BRAZIL, FLood Affected Areas, 26 NOVEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BRAZIL
Related countries: Brazil,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
Vietnam, Tropical Storm NOUL, 18 NOVEMBER 2020Vietnam, Tropical Storm NOUL, 18 NOVEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: VIET NAM
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
CARIBBEAN, TROPICAL STORM PALOMA,  11 NOVEMBER 2020CARIBBEAN, TROPICAL STORM PALOMA, 11 NOVEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Vietnam, Flood Affected Areas, 07 November 2020Vietnam, Flood Affected Areas, 07 November 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: VIET NAM
Related countries: Viet Nam,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: WFP
YEMEN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 28 OCTOBER 2020YEMEN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 28 OCTOBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: YEMEN
Related countries: Yemen,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquakes, 29 OctoberPakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquakes, 29 October
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquake, AOC, 29 OctoberPakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquake, AOC, 29 October
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquakes, AOC, 29 OctoberPakistan, Balochistan Region, Earthquakes, AOC, 29 October
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Yemen, Flood Affected Areas, 25 October 2020Yemen, Flood Affected Areas, 25 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: YEMEN
Related countries: Yemen,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
Caribbean, Tropical Storms OMAR and 16, 14 October 2020Caribbean, Tropical Storms OMAR and 16, 14 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Bolivia, Earthquake, 12 October 2020Bolivia, Earthquake, 12 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Chechnya, Earthquake, 11 October 2020Chechnya, Earthquake, 11 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: RUSSIA
Related countries: Russia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: WFP
Burundi, Flood Affected Area, 08 October 2020Burundi, Flood Affected Area, 08 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BURUNDI
Related countries: Burundi,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti, Fay - Hanna - Ike - Gustav, Storm Affected Areas, 08 October 2020Haiti, Fay - Hanna - Ike - Gustav, Storm Affected Areas, 08 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Central Asia Earthquakes, 06 October 2020Central Asia Earthquakes, 06 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: KYRGYZSTAN
Related countries: Kyrgyzstan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Kyrgyzstan, Earthquake, 06 October 2020Kyrgyzstan, Earthquake, 06 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: KYRGYZSTAN
Related countries: Kyrgyzstan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Afghanistan, Earthquake, 5 October 2020Afghanistan, Earthquake, 5 October 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Tropical Storms Jangmi, Mekkhala and 21 Areas of Concern, 30 September 2020Tropical Storms Jangmi, Mekkhala and 21 Areas of Concern, 30 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Tropical Storm Jangmi and 20W Areas of Concern, 29 September 2020Tropical Storm Jangmi and 20W Areas of Concern, 29 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
India, Flood Affected Areas, 22 September 2020India, Flood Affected Areas, 22 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY, 03-10 SEPTEMBER 2008EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY, 03-10 SEPTEMBER 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP,HQ - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, Flood Affected Areas - RADARSAT, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020HAITI, Flood Affected Areas - RADARSAT, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti -  Terre Nueve, Flood Affected Areas, 11 September 2020Haiti - Terre Nueve, Flood Affected Areas, 11 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti Hurricane Ike flooded areas, 9 September 2020Haiti Hurricane Ike flooded areas, 9 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, Terre Neuve Flood Affected Areas, 10 SEPTEMBER 2020HAITI, Terre Neuve Flood Affected Areas, 10 SEPTEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 5 MB, Source: WFP
HAITI, GONAIVES FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 11 September 2020HAITI, GONAIVES FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 11 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HAITI
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: WFP
Haiti. Port-de-Paix/Saint Louis du Nord Flood affected areasHaiti. Port-de-Paix/Saint Louis du Nord Flood affected areas
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Cosmo-SkyMed radar satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
Haiti. Terre Neuve Flood Affected AreasHaiti. Terre Neuve Flood Affected Areas
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Compiled by WFP Emergency Preparedness Branch (OMEP)
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 3.7 MB, Source: ITHACA
Haiti. Flood situation as of 5 September 2020Haiti. Flood situation as of 5 September 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery multi temporal analysis
Related countries: Haiti,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.1 MB, Source: ITHACA
TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV AREAS OF CONCERN, 31 AUGUST 2020TROPICAL STORM GUSTAV AREAS OF CONCERN, 31 AUGUST 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CUBA
Related countries: Cuba,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Floods at India-Nepal border as of 30-31 August 2008Floods at India-Nepal border as of 30-31 August 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4 MB, Source: ITHACA
North-East India  Bihar State Flood Affected Areas, 28 AUGUST 2020North-East India Bihar State Flood Affected Areas, 28 AUGUST 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.1 MB, Source: WFP
North East India, Floods Affected Districts, 26 August 2020North East India, Floods Affected Districts, 26 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Southern Chad, Flood Affected Area, 22 August 2020Southern Chad, Flood Affected Area, 22 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHAD
Related countries: Chad,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Northen Laos, Flood Affected Areas, 19 August 2020Northen Laos, Flood Affected Areas, 19 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: LAOS
Related countries: Laos,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.7 MB, Source: WFP
Northen Laos, Flood Affected Areas, 19 August 2020 - A0 PrintableNorthen Laos, Flood Affected Areas, 19 August 2020 - A0 Printable
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: LAOS
Related countries: Laos,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Ghana, Flood Affected Areas, 21 August 2020Ghana, Flood Affected Areas, 21 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Laos - Thailand, satellite Detected Flooded Areas - PopulationLaos - Thailand, satellite Detected Flooded Areas - Population
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: LAOS
Related countries: Laos,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
BANGLADESH  FLOOD RISK AREAS, AUGUST 2008BANGLADESH FLOOD RISK AREAS, AUGUST 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 7.4 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 8 August 2020Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 8 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.8 MB, Source: WFP
Ethiopia. Watersheds hazard map according to Dartmouth World Atlas of Flooded LandsEthiopia. Watersheds hazard map according to Dartmouth World Atlas of Flooded Lands
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Hazard has been derived in function of flooded surface percentage of each watershed affected by historical floods
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Ethiopia. Watersheds risk map according to Dartmouth World Atlas of Flooded LandsEthiopia. Watersheds risk map according to Dartmouth World Atlas of Flooded Lands
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Historical flooded areas
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Ethiopia. Historically flood-affected watershed according to Dartmouth Flood Observatory datasetsEthiopia. Historically flood-affected watershed according to Dartmouth Flood Observatory datasets
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Historical flooded areas (DFO) and affected watersheds
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Romania and Ukraine flood as of 29 July 2020Romania and Ukraine flood as of 29 July 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.1 MB, Source: ITHACA
BANGLADESH, FLOOD RISK AREAS, 24 JULY 2020BANGLADESH, FLOOD RISK AREAS, 24 JULY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Ghana, Flood Risk Map, 24 JULY 2020Ghana, Flood Risk Map, 24 JULY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh, Flood Risk Areas, 23 July 2020Bangladesh, Flood Risk Areas, 23 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
HORN OF AFRICA, DROUGHT INDICES, 19 July 2020HORN OF AFRICA, DROUGHT INDICES, 19 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: ETHIOPIA
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Afghanistan, Drought Affected Areas, 03 July 2020Afghanistan, Drought Affected Areas, 03 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.6 MB, Source: WFP
PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 25 JUNE 2020PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 25 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.7 MB, Source: WFP
PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 21 JUNE 2020PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 21 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 24 JUNE 2020PHILIPPINES, TROPICAL STORM FENGSHEN, 24 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: WFP
India, Flood Affected Areas, 20 June 2020India, Flood Affected Areas, 20 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.6 MB, Source: WFP
Philippines, Tropical Storm Fengshen, 20 June 2020Philippines, Tropical Storm Fengshen, 20 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: PHILIPPINES
Related countries: Philippines,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.4 MB, Source: WFP
China, SE, Flood Affected Areas, 16 JUne 2020China, SE, Flood Affected Areas, 16 JUne 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Flood Affected, 11 June 2020Sri Lanka, Flood Affected, 11 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Horn of Africa, Drought Indices, 04 June 2020Horn of Africa, Drought Indices, 04 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: ETHIOPIA
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Ethiopia, Drought, 4 June 2020Ethiopia, Drought, 4 June 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: ETHIOPIA
Related countries: Ethiopia,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka,WFP Emergency Assistance in Flood Affected Areas, 02 JUNE 2020Sri Lanka,WFP Emergency Assistance in Flood Affected Areas, 02 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
CHINA, EASTERN SICHUAN, EARTHQUAKE, 02 JUNE 2020CHINA, EASTERN SICHUAN, EARTHQUAKE, 02 JUNE 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
TROPICAL STORM ALMA, AREAS OF CONCERN, 30 MAY 2020TROPICAL STORM ALMA, AREAS OF CONCERN, 30 MAY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: HONDURAS
Related countries: Honduras,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Chile, Floods, Volcano Activity, 26 May 2020Chile, Floods, Volcano Activity, 26 May 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.5 MB, Source: WFP
China. Mianyang City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008China. Mianyang City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Cosmo-SkyMed satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2 MB, Source: ITHACA
CHINA, EASTERN SICHUAN, EARTHQUAKE, 14 MAY 2020CHINA, EASTERN SICHUAN, EARTHQUAKE, 14 MAY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMEP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.6 MB, Source: WFP
China. Sichuan province - Earthquake - 12 May 2008. Situation mapChina. Sichuan province - Earthquake - 12 May 2008. Situation map
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Situation map as of 15 May 2008. Source of data: BBC
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: ITHACA
China. Dujiangyan City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008 v.2China. Dujiangyan City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008 v.2
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
China. Dujiangyan City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008China. Dujiangyan City - Earthquake - May, 12th 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis. © ASI - Agenzia Spaziale Italiana - 2008. All Rights Reserved.
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
China. Sichuan province - Earthquake - 12 May 2020China. Sichuan province - Earthquake - 12 May 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Reference Map
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar, Cyclone NARGIS, Satellite Detected Flood Evolution, TerraSARX, COSMO Sky-MED, 6 - 8 May 2020Myanmar, Cyclone NARGIS, Satellite Detected Flood Evolution, TerraSARX, COSMO Sky-MED, 6 - 8 May 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP,DLRZ... - Region: MYANMAR
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar, Cyclone NARGIS, Yangoon, Satellite Detected Flooded Areas, 8 May 2020Myanmar, Cyclone NARGIS, Yangoon, Satellite Detected Flooded Areas, 8 May 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA,WFP,DLRZ... - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar. Flood evolution (May, 6th and 8th 2008)Myanmar. Flood evolution (May, 6th and 8th 2008)
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED and TerraSAR-X satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Chaiten Volcano eruption, 8 May 2020Chaiten Volcano eruption, 8 May 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: OMP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.3 MB, Source: WFP
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS. TerraSAR-X acquisition footprints (scheduled for May, 8th 2008)Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS. TerraSAR-X acquisition footprints (scheduled for May, 8th 2008)
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
TerraSAR-X acquisition footprints (scheduled for May, 8th 2008)
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS affected areas as May, 6th 2008 - Map 1Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS affected areas as May, 6th 2008 - Map 1
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS affected areas as May, 6th 2008 - Map 2Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS affected areas as May, 6th 2008 - Map 2
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
COSMO-SkyMED satellite imagery analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 3Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 3
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery change detection analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 1Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 1
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery change detection analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 4.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 2Myanmar. Tropical Cyclone NARGIS estimated affected areas. Map 2
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery change detection analysis.
Related countries: Myanmar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
China, Xinjiang Xizang, Earthquake, 20 March 2020China, Xinjiang Xizang, Earthquake, 20 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: CHINA
Related countries: China,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Area, 18 March 2020Sri Lanka, Flood Affected Area, 18 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: SRI LANKA
Related countries: Sri Lanka,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Zambia, Flood Affected Areas, 11 March 2020Zambia, Flood Affected Areas, 11 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.3 MB, Source: WFP
Zambia, Flood Affected Areas, 10 March 2020Zambia, Flood Affected Areas, 10 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.9 MB, Source: WFP
Malawi, Flood Affected Areas, 03 March 2020Malawi, Flood Affected Areas, 03 March 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MALAWI
Related countries: Malawi,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.7 MB, Source: WFP
Northern Madagascar. Cyclones FAME and IVAN. Satellite detected water, wet areas. 25 Feb - 1 Mar 2020Northern Madagascar. Cyclones FAME and IVAN. Satellite detected water, wet areas. 25 Feb - 1 Mar 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: ITHACA
Central Madagascar. Cyclones FAME and IVAN. Satellite detected water, wet areas. 25 Feb - 1 Mar 2020Central Madagascar. Cyclones FAME and IVAN. Satellite detected water, wet areas. 25 Feb - 1 Mar 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Madagascar,
Hazards: Storm
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Mozambique, Flood, Population at RiskMozambique, Flood, Population at Risk
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze and Shire flood monitoring. 13 February 2020Mozambique. Zambeze and Shire flood monitoring. 13 February 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery analysis. Not validated in the field.
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 5.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Ecuador, Tungurahua Volcano, 11 February 2020Ecuador, Tungurahua Volcano, 11 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ECUADOR
Related countries: Ecuador,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, Rio Muto, 07 February 2020Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, Rio Muto, 07 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 5.1 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze and Shire flood monitoring. 07 February 2020Mozambique. Zambeze and Shire flood monitoring. 07 February 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Mozambique. Zambeze and Shire flood monitoring. MODIS satellite imagery analysis, 07 February 2020
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 5.1 MB, Source: ITHACA
Earthquakes, 29 January - 04 February 2020Earthquakes, 29 January - 04 February 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue flood monitoring. 04 February 2020Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue flood monitoring. 04 February 2020
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS Satellite imagery analysis
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: ITHACA
Earthquakes, Central Africa, 03 January 2021Earthquakes, Central Africa, 03 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.2 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquake Activity, DRC - Rwanda, 03 January 2021Earthquake Activity, DRC - Rwanda, 03 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: DR CONGO
Related countries: DR Congo,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
MOZAMBIQUE, FLOOD MONITORING, 23-28 JANUARY 2008MOZAMBIQUE, FLOOD MONITORING, 23-28 JANUARY 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue flood monitoring. 23-28 January 2008Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue flood monitoring. 23-28 January 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery analysis. Not validated in the field.
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: ITHACA
Mozambique, Simulated Floodable Areas, Intermediate Scenario, January 2008Mozambique, Simulated Floodable Areas, Intermediate Scenario, January 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Simulated Floodable Areas, Worst Scenario, January 2008Mozambique, Simulated Floodable Areas, Worst Scenario, January 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Bolivia, Flood Affected Areas and People, 24 January 2021Bolivia, Flood Affected Areas and People, 24 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.2 MB, Source: WFP
Costa Rica, Paos Volcano, Potentially Affected, 24 January 2021Costa Rica, Paos Volcano, Potentially Affected, 24 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: COSTA RICA
Related countries: Costa Rica,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.7 MB, Source: WFP
Zambia, Simulated floodable areas for Kafue river, 23 January 2021Zambia, Simulated floodable areas for Kafue river, 23 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Bolivia, Flood Affected District, 23 January 2021Bolivia, Flood Affected District, 23 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.2 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, 03 January 2021Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, 03 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze flood monitoring. 13-20 January 2008Mozambique. Zambeze flood monitoring. 13-20 January 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
Zambezia and Sofala Provinces. MODIS satellite imagery analysis - 13 and 20 January 2021
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1 MB, Source: ITHACA
ZAMBIA, FLOODS, 14 JANUARY 2021ZAMBIA, FLOODS, 14 JANUARY 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3 MB, Source: WFP
Zambia, Flood Affected Districts, 14 JANUARY 2021Zambia, Flood Affected Districts, 14 JANUARY 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: WFP
MOZAMBIQUE, FLOOD AFFECTED LOCALITIES, 08 JANUARY 2021MOZAMBIQUE, FLOOD AFFECTED LOCALITIES, 08 JANUARY 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8.7 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, 13-14  January 2008Mozambique, Flood Monitoring, 13-14 January 2008
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.5 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue, Buzi flood monitoring. 13-14 January 2008Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue, Buzi flood monitoring. 13-14 January 2008
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery analysis. Not validated in the field.
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: ITHACA
Central African Republic, Food Security, Sept-Oct 2007Central African Republic, Food Security, Sept-Oct 2007
created: 25 July 2011, published: 25 July 2020
Made by: VAMODDWFP - Region: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Related countries: Central African Republic,
Hazards: Drought
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.6 MB, Source: WFP
Guatemala, Volcano Alert, Population at Risk, 11 January 2021Guatemala, Volcano Alert, Population at Risk, 11 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: GUATEMALA
Related countries: Guatemala,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue, Buzi flood monitoring. 03 January 2021Mozambique. Zambeze, Shire, Pongue, Buzi flood monitoring. 03 January 2021
created: 17 August 2011, published: 17 August 2020
MODIS satellite imagery analysis. Not validated in the field.
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: jpg, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: ITHACA
Ecuador, Volcano Tungurahua Activity, 06 January 2021Ecuador, Volcano Tungurahua Activity, 06 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ECUADOR
Related countries: Ecuador,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Zambia, Flood Affected Districts, 05 January 2021Zambia, Flood Affected Districts, 05 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ZAMBIA
Related countries: Zambia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 8 MB, Source: WFP
Bolivia, Flood Affected Areas, 07 January 2021Bolivia, Flood Affected Areas, 07 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: BOLIVIA
Related countries: Bolivia,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.8 MB, Source: WFP
Colombia, Volcano, Potentially Affected Population, 07 January 2021Colombia, Volcano, Potentially Affected Population, 07 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: COLOMBIA
Related countries: Colombia,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Chile, Volcano, Areas of Concern, 02 January 2021Chile, Volcano, Areas of Concern, 02 January 2021
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: CHILE
Related countries: Chile,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.3 MB, Source: WFP
Mozambique, Buzi District, Flood Prone Areas, 19 December 2020Mozambique, Buzi District, Flood Prone Areas, 19 December 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MOZAMBIQUE
Related countries: Mozambique,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
West African Flood and WFP warehouses capacitiesWest African Flood and WFP warehouses capacities
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: VAMODDWFP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: WFP
Mali, Flood Affected Locations, September 2007Mali, Flood Affected Locations, September 2007
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: MALI
Related countries: Mali,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.2 MB, Source: WFP
Earthquakes, 24 - 30 September 2020Earthquakes, 24 - 30 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 0.1 MB, Source: WFP
GHANA, FLOOD AFFECTED LOCATIONS, 25 SEPTEMBER 2020GHANA, FLOOD AFFECTED LOCATIONS, 25 SEPTEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
Afghanistan, Flood Affected Area, 24 September 2020Afghanistan, Flood Affected Area, 24 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.4 MB, Source: WFP
ECUADOR, Volcano Activity, 25 SEPTEMBER 2020 ECUADOR, Volcano Activity, 25 SEPTEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: ECUADOR
Related countries: Ecuador,
Hazards: Volcano
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
DPRK, Typhoon WIPHA, Potentially Floodable Areas, September 2007DPRK, Typhoon WIPHA, Potentially Floodable Areas, September 2007
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: DPR KOREA
Related countries: DPR Korea,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2.5 MB, Source: WFP
India, Floods, 19 September 2020India, Floods, 19 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: WFP
DPRK, Flood Affected Areas, 19 September 2020DPRK, Flood Affected Areas, 19 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: DPR KOREA
Related countries: DPR Korea,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.9 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh, Flood Affected Area, 17 September 2020Bangladesh, Flood Affected Area, 17 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
GHANA, TOGO, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 13 September 2020GHANA, TOGO, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 13 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.9 MB, Source: WFP
GHANA FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 13 September 2020GHANA FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 13 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: UNOSAT - Region: GHANA
Related countries: Ghana,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.1 MB, Source: WFP
INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 14SEPTEMBER 2007INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 14SEPTEMBER 2007
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: WORLD
Related countries: All,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 13 September 2020INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 13 September 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020INDONESIA, SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.6 MB, Source: WFP
PERU, Earthquake Affected Area, 29 AUGUST 2020PERU, Earthquake Affected Area, 29 AUGUST 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PERU
Related countries: Peru,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2 MB, Source: WFP
DPR KOREA, FLOODS OVERVIEW, 27 AUGUST 2020DPR KOREA, FLOODS OVERVIEW, 27 AUGUST 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: DPR KOREA
Related countries: DPR Korea,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 4.4 MB, Source: WFP
INDONESIA, Jakarta Earthquake, 08 August 2020INDONESIA, Jakarta Earthquake, 08 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
PERU, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREA, 19 AUGUST 2020PERU, EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREA, 19 AUGUST 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PERU
Related countries: Peru,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.3 MB, Source: WFP
DPR Korea, Floods Overview, 14 August 2020DPR Korea, Floods Overview, 14 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: DPR KOREA
Related countries: DPR Korea,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.4 MB, Source: WFP
Sudan, Flooded Areas, 10 August 2020Sudan, Flooded Areas, 10 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: SUDAN
Related countries: (former) Sudan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1 MB, Source: WFP
Nepal, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020Nepal, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020Bangladesh, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Asia Floods, Regional Overview with Population Density, 8 August 2020Asia Floods, Regional Overview with Population Density, 8 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: BANGLADESH
Related countries: Bangladesh,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.5 MB, Source: WFP
Nepal, Flood overview, 8 August 2020Nepal, Flood overview, 8 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 0.9 MB, Source: WFP
India, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020India, Flood Affected Areas, 7 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ITHACA - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.7 MB, Source: WFP
Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Flooded Areas, 8 August 2020Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Flooded Areas, 8 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
Nepal, Landslides and Floods, 6 August 2020Nepal, Landslides and Floods, 6 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: NEPAL
Related countries: Nepal,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
BANGLADESH, INDIA, NEPAL, FLOODS OVERVIEW, 6 August 2020BANGLADESH, INDIA, NEPAL, FLOODS OVERVIEW, 6 August 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 3 MB, Source: WFP
India, Flooded States, 27 July 2020India, Flooded States, 27 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDIA
Related countries: India,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 3.1 MB, Source: WFP
Indonesia, Maluku Region Earthquake, 26 July 2020Indonesia, Maluku Region Earthquake, 26 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: INDONESIA
Related countries: Indonesia,
Hazards: Seismic
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.3 MB, Source: WFP
PAKISTAN, FLOOD OVERVIEW, 25 JULY 2020PAKISTAN, FLOOD OVERVIEW, 25 JULY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.8 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 17 July 2020Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 17 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 16 July 2020Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 16 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
AFGHANISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 8 JULY 2020AFGHANISTAN, FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS, 8 JULY 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: AFGHANISTAN
Related countries: Afghanistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 9 July 2020Pakistan, Flood Affected Areas, 9 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: JPG, File Size: 1.5 MB, Source: WFP
Balochistan Flood Affected Areas, 2 July 2020Balochistan Flood Affected Areas, 2 July 2020
created: 20 May 2011, published: 20 MAY 2020
Made by: ODAP - Region: PAKISTAN
Related countries: Pakistan,
Hazards: Flood
File Type: PDF, File Size: 2.8 MB, Source: WFP
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