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rwanda_drought_physicalexposure

This product was designed by UNEP/GRID-Europe for the Global Assessment Report on Risk Reduction(GAR) For further information visit http://preview.grid.unep.ch

Region: Eastern/Southern Africa | Status: completed

Flood Inundation at 4m

This data was created using the SERVIR GIS Flood Mapping Tool. The data used included a 10m DEM, flood rating curves and river networks for the select basins.

Region: Eastern/Southern Africa | Status: completed

rwanda_earthquake_intensity

This product was compiled by UNEP/GRID-Europe for the Global Assessment Report on Risk Reduction (GAR). For more information visit http://preview.grid.unep.ch

Region: Eastern/Southern Africa | Status: completed

Flood inundation at 1.5m

This data was created using the SERVIR GIS Flood Mapping Tool. The data used included a 10m DEM, flood rating curves and river networks for the select basins.

Region: Eastern/Southern Africa | Status: completed

Flood inundation at 2.0m

This data was created using the SERVIR GIS Flood Mapping Tool. The data used included a 10m DEM, flood rating curves and river networks for the select basins.

Region: Eastern/Southern Africa | Status: completed

Hydrometeorological events in Central America and the Caribbean, 2011 -- Hurricanes and Tropical Storms in Central America and the Caribbean, 2011

According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), Tropical Storm Emily, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Harvey affected Central America and the Caribbean during the month of August, and Tropical Depression 12-E and Hurricane Rina in October of 2011.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format - 2010 Feb 11

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format for the different dates evaluated

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Changes in the surface area of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala 1986-2011 - Landsat TM 4-5, Landsat 7 ETM+ and ALOS PALSAR images

Landsat TM 4-5, Landsat 7 ETM+ and ALOS PALSAR satellite images were utilized in this analysis of changes to Lake Atitlan's surface extent. GIF animation displays views from 8 January 1986 - 5 January 2011.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Landslides and bridge possibly damaged by erosion along Ruta San Vicente in San Sebastian, El Salvador

In order to support damage assessments conducted by SNET and COEMOP (El Salvador), these Formosat-2* images from 2 February 2008 and 14 November 2009 help identify numerous small landslides along Ruta San Vicente in San Sebastian, El Salvador. Possible damage to a bridge, covered by sediments, is also identified. Formosat images © 2010 Dr. Cheng-Chien Liu, National Cheng Kung University; Dr. An-Ming Wu, National Space Organization, Taiwan; Global Earth Observation and Data Analysis Center (GEODAC), Taiwan.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

National ALOS PALSAR Imagery Mosaics - El Salvador

National ALOS PALSAR Imagery Mosaics - El Salvador

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

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NDVI for 2000-2001

The following map shows average NDVI values captured by the MODIS sensor in 2000 and 2010. It is possible to observe that the values close to 1 represent vigorous vegetation and values below 0.7 represent vegetation with less vigor.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format - 1988 Oct 20

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format for the different dates evaluated

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Hyperion image, 16 January 2010, Volcán Turrialba, false color (mid infrared, near infrared, green), showing intense heat

Hyperion image, 16 January 2010, Volcán Turrialba, false color (mid infrared, near infrared, green), showing intense heat

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

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Floods in southwestern Guatemalan

Floods were identified around the pacific coastal lands in Guatemala. These analyses show flooded areas using orthophotos and Formosat satellite images. Formosat image © 2010 Dr. Cheng-Chien Liu, National Cheng Kung University; Dr. An-Ming Wu, National Space Organization, Taiwan; Global Earth Observation and Data Analysis Center (GEODAC), Taiwan.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Total Surface Runoff 2000-2010

According to the results of this map, which uses products form the NASA/Land Information System (LIS), at national level, the Provinces that have more runoff were San José de Ocoa, La Vega, and Monseñor Noel and the years that showed more runoff were 2005, 2008 and 2009.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format - 2006 Feb 24

Lake Atitlans surface extent data in GIS format for the different dates evaluated

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

El Progreso, Guatemala

Areas affected by flooding in the Department of El Progreso. Captured on 17 October 2011 by RADARSAT-2. Data provided by Canadian Space Agency.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

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Floods in Izabal, Guatemala

Due to the heavy rains caused by Agatha several floods were identified along different rivers. Other examples of this are the floods along Rio Grande (Motagua) in the department of Izabal. This analysis was made using Landsat satellite images.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Floods in El Salvador, La Paz, Nahualapa Lagoon, October 2011

This before-and-after map shows an agricultural area in La Paz near the Nahualapa Lagoon. The historical image of 29 March 2010, was provided through Google Earth, and the recent Quickbird-2 image on 28 October 2011, was obtained through SERVIR from Digital Globe.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

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Rainfall forecast, 17 and 18 October

According to the MM5 forecast the accumulated rainfall for 17 and 18 October would be higher than 320 millimeters, mainly for El Salvador.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Impacts of Hurricane Richard on the Forest of central Belize using ALOS PALSAR

In the false color images captured by Japan's ALOS PALSAR radar satellite, forests show up as green, and non-forested areas show up in darker colors. As can be seen in the bottom image captured on December 8, the forests in the path of the Hurricane Richard don't show up in the same shade of green before because these forests have suffered extensive damage. Jan Meerman has included some great pics of that damage on his Hurricane Richard page: http://biological-diversity.info/Hurricane_Richard.htm. You will notice that these satellite images differ from the types of imagery you've likely seen in Google Earth. Radar images (like the ones above) have the advantage of being able to essentially see through clouds, and since Belize has remained extremely cloudy since Hurricane Richard, it's been difficult to get clear imagery of Belize from conventional optical satellites.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Rio Lempa Watershed - Sediment concentration (Precipitation 11-13 October 2011)

The sediment concentration analysis was prepared using N-SPECT for different watersheds that were affected by heavy rains caused by Tropical Depression 12-E 11-13 October 2011, in Guatemala and El Salvador.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Precipitation forecast, September 6 13, 2010

Using Global forecast System (GFS) data, this map shows forecasted precipitation for September 6 13, 2010.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Landsat 5 TM Image of Laguna del Tigre National Park, Petén, Guatemala (22 March 2001)

Landsat 5 TM Image of Laguna del Tigre National Park, Petén, Guatemala (22 March 2001)

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

Floods in Rio Cuilco and Rio Grande, North-west of Guatemala

Using Spot images it was possible to identify floods along Rio Cuilco and Rio Grande, which affected settlements located in three different departments.

Region: Mesoamerica | Status: completed

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