28 Mapas de Moçambique produzidos pela UNOSAT

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Reported Building Damages in the Cyclone Affected Districts of Nampula Province, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Reported_District_Damage_12March2008_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1125 - 14 Mar, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000033-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -14.207233 x 38.58457
BottomRight: -17.116724 x 41.328359

This map illustrates both the reported building damage as well as estimated total rainfall accumulation for the coastal districts most affected by Cyclone Jokwe. The building damage numbers have been provided from the OCHA Situation Report No. 12 dated 11 March 2008. The rainfall 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 6 to 11 March 2008. 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 : 1:1,100,000; Projection : UTM, Zone 37 South; Datum : WGS 1984.

Source(s):
Rainfall Data : TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 6 -11 March 2008
Cyclone Data : Tropical Storm Risk (TSR)
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production : UNOSAT (14 March 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Reported_District_Damage_12March2008_Lowres_v1.pdf (948.1Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Reported_District_Damage_12March2008_Highres_v1.pdf (2.0MB)


Rainfall Accumulation for the Cyclone Affected Provinces of Nampula & Zambezia, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Jokwe_Rainfall_6_11March2008_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1124 - 12 Mar, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000033-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -12.75 x 36.75
BottomRight: -20.25 x 43.5

This map illustrates estimated total rainfall accumulation for the Cyclone Jokwe-affected provinces of Nampula and Zambezia, Mozambique. 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 6 to 11 March 2008. 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; Projection : UTM, Zone 37 South; Datum : WGS 1984.

Source(s):
Rainfall Data : TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 6 -11 March 2008
Cyclone Data : Tropical Storm Risk (TSR)
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production : UNOSAT (12 March 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Jokwe_Rainfall_6_11March2008_Lowres_v1.pdf (938.6Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Cyclone_Jokwe_Rainfall_6_11March2008_highres_v1.pdf (2.1MB)


Decreasing Flood Waters in the Affected Provinces of Sofala, Tete & Zambezia, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_24Feb08_Lowres_v1_1

Product ID: 1105 - 27 Feb, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -16.5 x 34.6
BottomRight: -19.6 x 37.5

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected provinces of Sofala & Tete & Zambezia, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 4 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters as of 24 Feb. 2008 identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas as of 24 Feb. 2008, possibly covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. Black areas represent standing flood waters and flood-affected areas as of 13 Feb. 2008. Additionally, blue areas represent the water levels before the flooding in November 2007. The rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Map scale for A3: 1: 1,350,000; Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South; Datum : WGS 1984

Source(s):
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series : 19 Nov. 2007, 13 & 24 Feb. 2008
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series : 1 Feb. 2008 -20 Feb. 2008
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (27 February 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_24Feb08_Lowres_v1_1.pdf (980.1Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_24Feb08_Highres_v1_1.pdf (2.2MB)


Overview of Flood Waters in the Affected Provinces of Sofala, Tete & Zambezia, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_13Feb08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1089 - 14 Feb, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -16.5 x 34.6
BottomRight: -19.6 x 37.5

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected provinces of Sofala & Tete & Zambezia, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 3 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas, possibly covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. Additionally, blue areas represent the water levels before the flooding in November 2007. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Map scale for A3: 1: 1,350,000; Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South; Datum : WGS 1984

Source(s):
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series : 19 Nov. 2007 & 13 Feb. 2008
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series : 1 Jan. 2008 -31 January2008
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (14 February 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_13Feb08_Lowres_v1.pdf (864.3Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Overview_13Feb08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.6MB)


UPDATE: Flood Waters over the Affected District of Mutarara, Sofala & Tete Provinces, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Mutarara_2Feb08_Highres_v1

Product ID: 1067 - 5 Feb, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -16.58 x 33.83
BottomRight: -17.31 x 35.16

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts in central Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 2 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas, possibly covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 2 February 2008. Additional pre-flood MODIS imagery from November 2007 (represented in blue) was used in this analysis. The rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. Map Scale for A3: 1:400,000

Source(s):
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series: 19 Nov. 2007 & 2 Feb. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 1 Jan. - 31 January 2008
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (5 February 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Mutarara_2Feb08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.0MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Mutarara_2Feb08_Lowres_v1.pdf (953.3Kb)


UPDATED - Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Namacurra & Maganja da Costa, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_2Feb2008_Highres_v1

Product ID: 1066 - 5 Feb, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.262915 x 36.856683
BottomRight: -17.654785 x 37.523969

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts of Namacurra & Maganja da Costa, Zambezia Province, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 3 classes: Bright red and dark red areas represent standing flood waters identified on 16 Jan. and 2 February 2008, respectively. Blue areas represent pre-flood water levels (mostly wetlands) identified from 3 December 2007. Estimates for flooded areas per district have been calculated in km2. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 16 Jan. and 2 Feb. 2008. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field.

Source(s):
Satellite Data : MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series: 3 Dec. 2007, 16 Jan. & 2 Feb. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data : TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 1 Jan.- 31 Jan. 2008
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Roads & Bridges: Identified in Google Earth
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (5 Feb. 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_2Feb2008_Highres_v1.pdf (2.1MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_2Feb2008_Lowres_v1.pdf (1,012.4Kb)


Chronology of Rising Flood Waters in the Affected District of Mopeia, Zambezia Province, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Flood_Expansion_Mopeia_20Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1045 - 22 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.814732 x 35.396112
BottomRight: -18.261289 x 36.24543

This map presents a chronological view of the estimated changes in flood water affected areas in Mopeia District, Zambezia Province from 4 to 20 January 2008. Flood water has been detected and measured using the MODIS Terra & Aqua satellite imagery. The spatial extent of flood water in Mopeia has been classified by date to help illustrate the dramatic increase in flood-affected areas from 322 km2 on 4 January 2008 to over 1,250 km2 on 20 January 2008. The map extent illustrates the area of greatest flood water expansion north of the Zambezi river, however there are smaller areas of rising flood water in Mopeia that are not visible within this map. All Estimates for flooded areas have been calculated in km2, represent approximate values only. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Map Scale for A3: 1:275,000
Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South
Datum : WGS 1984

Source(s):
Satellite Data : MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution : 500m/250m
Date Series : 20 Nov. 2007 & 4-20 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data : TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production : UNOSAT (22 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Flood_Expansion_Mopeia_20Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (989.1Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Flood_Expansion_Mopeia_20Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.3MB)


Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Namacurra & Maganja da Costa, Zambezia Province, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_16Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1043 - 18 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.262915 x 36.856683
BottomRight: -17.654785 x 37.523969

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts of Namacurra & Maganja da Costa, Zambezia Province, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 2 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Blue areas represent pre-flood water levels (mostly wetlands) identified from 3 December 2007. Estimates for flooded areas per district have been calculated in km2. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 16 January 2008. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South; Datum: WGS 1984; Map Scale for A3: 1:220,000

Source(s):
Satellite Data : MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series: 3 Dec. 2007 & 16 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data : TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data : HydroSheds (USGS)
Roads & Bridges: Identified in Google Earth
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (18 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_16Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (1.0MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Namacurra_16Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (1.9MB)


Map of Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Machanga and Govuro, Lower Save River, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Lower_Save_River_13Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1042 - 17 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -20.6 x 34.65
BottomRight: -21.5 x 35.2

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts along the lower section of the Save River, Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 2 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Blue areas represent pre-flood water levels (mostly wetlands) identified from 30 November 2007. Estimates for flooded areas per district have been calculated in km2. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 4-13 January 2008. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field.

Source(s):
Satellite Data : MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series : 20 Nov. 2007 & 4-13 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series: 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production : UNOSAT (17 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Lower_Save_River_13Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (847.3Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Lower_Save_River_13Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (1.4MB)


Rising Flood Waters of the Zambezi River in the Affected Districts of Mopeia & Marromeu, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Mopeia_13Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1041 - 14 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.712624 x 35.309787
BottomRight: -18.271501 x 35.93863

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts in central Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 3 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas, probably covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. Blue areas represent pre-flood water levels identified from 20 November 2007. Estimates for flooded areas per district have been calculated in km2, represent approximate values only, and indicate a increase in flood water from 4 to 13 January. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 4-13 January 2008. This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Projection : UTM, Zone 36 South
Datum: WGS 1984, Map Scale for A3 prints: 1:250,000

Source(s):
Satellite Data : MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution : 500m/250m
Date Series : 20 Nov. 2007 & 4-13 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series: 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (10 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Mopeia_13Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (966.2Kb),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Zambezi_Mopeia_13Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (1.9MB)


Estimated Total Rainfall Accumulation for Northern Mozambique: (9 December 2007 to 9 January 2008)
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Rainfall_9Dec07_9Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1039 - 10 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -9 x 30
BottomRight: -22 x 42

This rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) satellite precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. Mean and maximum rainfall estimates have been estimated for each administrative province, as well as for the main river basins as reported in the two map insets. 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. Projection: UTM, Zone 36 South WGS 1984. Map Scale for A3: 1:6,350,000.

Source(s):
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution: 0.25 deg
Date Series : 9 Dec. 2007 - 9 Jan. 2008
Elevation Data : SRTM-NASA
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data : NGA, USGS, GEBCO
Map Production : UNOSAT (10 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Rainfall_9Dec07_9Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (1.1MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Rainfall_9Dec07_9Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.5MB)


Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Caia and Mutarara, Sofala & Tete Provinces, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Caja_Mutarara_4Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1038 - 10 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -16.714 x 34.144556
BottomRight: -18.43838 x 36.089955

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts in central Mozambique. Flooded areas have been sorted into 2 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas, possibly covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. The total area flooded per district has been calculated in km2. Flood analysis was made using MODIS Terra & Aqua data recorded 4 January 2008. Additional pre-flood MODIS imagery from November 2007 represented in blue) was used in this analysis. The rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region. Map Scale for A3: 1:700,000

Source(s):
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series: 20 Nov. 2007 & 4 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (9 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Caja_Mutarara_4Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (1.1MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Caja_Mutarara_4Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.2MB)


Map of Flood Waters over the Affected Districts of Buzi and Beira, Sofala Province, Mozambique
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Buzi_Beria_4Jan08_Lowres_v1

Product ID: 1037 - 10 Jan, 2008 - English

GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -18.173 x 33.957
BottomRight: -20.329 x 35.29

This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters over the affected districts in central Mozambique. Flooded areas are sorted into 2 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified with a high degree of confidence. Yellow areas represent flood-affected areas, possibly covered with standing water, identified with a lower degree of confidence. The total area flooded per district is calculated in km2. Flood analysis was made using MODIS imagery from 4 January 2008. Additional pre-flood MODIS imagery from 24Nov2007 (in blue) was used in this analysis. Rainfall estimate was derived from the Tropical Rainfall Monitoring Mission (TRMM) precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 25km for this region.This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Map Scale for A3: 1:700,000.Projection : UTM, Zone 36 South.

Source(s):
Satellite Data: MODIS Terra & Aqua (NASA)
Resolution: 500m/250m
Date Series: 20 Nov. 2007 & 4 Jan. 2008
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
Rainfall Data: TRMM (NASA)
Resolution : 0.25 deg
Date Series : 9 Dec. 2007 -9 January2008
Hydrology Data: HydroSheds (USGS)
Other GIS Data: NGA, USGS, WHO, UNJLC
Map Production: UNOSAT (9 January 2008)

UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Buzi_Beria_4Jan08_Lowres_v1.pdf (1.1MB),
UNOSAT_Mozambique_Floods_Buzi_Beria_4Jan08_Highres_v1.pdf (2.3MB)


Lower Zambesi Basin - February 2007 Flooding
P01_mozambique_flood_situation_08_march_07_250k_lowres
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 891 - 9 Mar, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.667 x 35.333
BottomRight: -18.667 x 36.667

Flood extent map showing flood situation the 8th of March 2007 as derived from ENVISAT ASAR Wide Swath Mode radar imagery. Reference radar image acquired 10 August 2006.
Background image: Natural colour mosaic of Landsat 7 ETM+ images, acquired between July 2000 and May 2002.
Scale: 1:250,000 for A1 hardcopy prints
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS84

Image processing and map production: Sertit
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
ENVISAT ASAR: ESA
Landsat 7: USGS, Maryland GLFC
SRTM: USGS
Vector layers: USAID 2004/2007, ESRI

P01_mozambique_flood_situation_08_march_07_250k_lowres.jpg (449.0Kb),
P01_mozambique_flood_situation_08_march_07_250k_veryhigh.pdf (14.0MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent 26 February 2007 - Sheet 1: River Delta (West)
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta1_lowres
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 882 - 28 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -18 x 35.567
BottomRight: -18.383 x 36.133

This map shows the flood situation around the eastern river delta around the area of Marromeu as derived from Radarsat-1 (26 February 2007).

Map Scale 1:100,000 (for A1 Print)
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 28 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 2000-2001
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int. Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta1_lowres.jpg (952.9Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta1_highres.jpeg (7.3MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent 26 February 2007 - Sheet 2: River Delta (North)
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta2_lowres
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 881 - 28 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.867 x 36.067
BottomRight: -18.267 x 36.667

This map shows the flood situation around the eastern river delta in the district of Chinde as derived from Radarsat-1 (26 February 2007).

Map Scale 1:100,000 (for A1 Print)
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 28 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 2000-2001
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int. Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta2_lowres.jpg (801.5Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta2_highres.jpeg (6.4MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent 26 February 2007 - Sheet 3: River Delta (East)
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta3_lowres
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 880 - 28 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -18.2 x 36.1
BottomRight: -18.6 x 36.667

This map shows the flood situation around the eastern river delta in the district of Chinde as derived from Radarsat-1 (26 February 2007).

Map Scale 1:100,000 (for A1 Print)
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 28 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 2000-2001
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int. Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta3_lowres.jpg (816.0Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta3_highres.jpeg (6.6MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent 26 February 2007 - Sheet 4: River Delta (South)
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta4_lowres
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 879 - 28 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -18.5333 x 36.1
BottomRight: -18.933 x 36.667

This map shows the flood situation around the eastern river delta in the southern district of Chinde as derived from Radarsat-1 (26 February 2007).

Map Scale 1:100,000 (for A1 Print)
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 28 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 2000-2001
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int. Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta4_lowres.jpg (682.0Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_delta4_highres.jpeg (5.7MB)


Zambezi Flood Monitoring Change Detection near Muturara
ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_Formosat_comparison_v2
www.disasterscharter.org International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Product ID: 876 - 23 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.21 x 34.96
BottomRight: -17.52 x 35.15

This map highlights the general increase in flood waters between 11 and 15 February 2007 near the district capital of Muturara.

Map scale: 1:22,000 for A0 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S - WGS 84
Map production date: 19 February 2007
Map production and Analysis: ITHACA
Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Formosat-2, copyright NSPO 2007, distributed by SPOT Image
Toponymic Information: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Administrative Boundaries Dataset: Copyright UNEP GRID
Vector data (VMAP0): U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency

ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_Formosat_comparison_v2.jpg (3.0MB)


Zambezi Flood Monitoring: Muturara Analysis (15 February 2007)
ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_021507Formosat_v1
www.disasterscharter.org International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Product ID: 875 - 23 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.33 x 34.93
BottomRight: -17.56 x 35.17

This map presents an overview of the flood situation around the district capital of Muturara on the Zambezi River.

Map scale: 1:22,000 for A0 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S - WGS 84
Map production date: 21 February 2007
Map production and Analysis: ITHACA
Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Formosat-2, copyright NSPO 2007, distributed by SPOT Image
Toponymic Information: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Administrative Boundaries Dataset: Copyright UNEP GRID
Vector data (VMAP0): U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency

ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_021507Formosat_v1.jpg (3.0MB)


Zambezi Flood Monitoring Geomorphologic Interpretation
ITHACA_GeoSITLab_Geomorphologic_Interpretation_v3
www.disasterscharter.org International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Product ID: 874 - 23 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.21 x 34.96
BottomRight: -18.13 x 35.84

This map presents a Geomorphologic Interpretation of the flood situation between the district capitals of Muturara and Caia on the Zambezi River.

Map scale: 1:150,000 for A0 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S - WGS 84
Map production date: 21 February 2007
Map production and Geomorphologic Interpretation: ITHACA
Radar analysis: Respond/DLR and ITHACA in collaboration with WFP
Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Radarsat-1: Copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006
distributed by: RADARSAT Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Flood Vectors: Derived by Respond/DLR from processing of two Radarsat scenes recorded 12 February 2007 and 23 March 2006.
Elevation Data: SRTM 3 Arc Second (NASA)
Toponymic Information: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Administrative Boundaries Dataset: Copyright UNEP GRID
Vector data (VMAP0): U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency

ITHACA_GeoSITLab_Geomorphologic_Interpretation_v3.jpg (2.4MB)


Zambezi Flood Monitoring February 14, 2007 Updating
ITHACA_Mozambique_Zambezi_Flood_Monitoring_021407_revised_v7_lowres
www.disasterscharter.org International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Product ID: 872 - 19 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.21 x 34.96
BottomRight: -18.13 x 35.84

This map shows the flood situation between the district capitals of Muturara and Caia on the Zambezi river. Map display is based on a Landsat ETM+ scene. Overlaying flood vectors were derived by Respond/DLR from processing of two Radarsat scenes that date February 12 2007 resp. March 23 2006.
The map displays as well affected areas, roads, trails, settlements and administrative boundaries. The number of people living in flooded or affected areas is given per administrative unit.

Map scale: 1:135,000 for A0 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Map production date: 14 February 2007

Image analysis and map production: Respond/DLR and ITHACA in collaboration with WFP
Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Radarsat-1: Copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006
distributed by: RADARSAT Int.Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Landsat-7 ETM+: Copyright USGS 2004
Toponymic Information: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Administrative Boundaries Dataset: Copyright UNEP GRID
Vector data (VMAP0): U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency

ITHACA_Mozambique_Zambezi_Flood_Monitoring_021407_revised_v7_lowres.jpg (1.1MB),
ITHACA_Mozambique_Zambezi_Flood_Monitoring_021407_revised_v7.jpeg (3.1MB)


Zambezi Flood Monitoring Muturara Analysis
ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_021107Formosat_v3_lowres
www.disasterscharter.org International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Product ID: 871 - 19 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.38 x 34.98
BottomRight: -17.52 x 35.15

This map shows the flood situation around the district capital of Muturara on the Zambezi river. Image analysis and map display is based on a pan-sharpened false-colour FORMOSAT scene taken on February 11 2007.
The map displays as well roads, trails, built-up areas and settlements. It highlights corresponding flood-related damages to infrastructure and complements map information through aerial photography.

Map scale: 1:22,000 for A0 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Map production date: 14 February 2007
Image analysis and map production: ITHACA in collaboration with WFP
Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Formosat-2: Copyright NSPO 2007, distributed by SPOT Image
Landsat-7 ETM+: Copyright USGS 2004
Toponymic Information: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Administrative Boundaries Dataset: Copyright UNEP GRID
Vector data (VMAP0): U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency

ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_021107Formosat_v3_lowres.jpg (1.2MB),
ITHACA_Mutarara_Flood_Monitoring_021107Formosat_v3.jpeg (3.3MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent February 11 and 15 - Sheet 2: Mutarara Area
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_mutarara_low
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 860 - 19 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.33 x 34.93
BottomRight: -17.56 x 35.17

This maps shows the flood situation around the district capital of Mutarara at the lower Zambezi river as derived from Radarsat-1 (23 March 2006) and Formosat-2 (11 and 15 February 2007). In addition, elevation contour lines, settlements, roads and logistical information is included.

Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 16 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Formosat-2, copyright NSPO 2007, distributed by SPOT Image
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int.Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_mutarara_low.jpg (1.0MB),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_mutarara_high.jpeg (9.5MB)


Zambezi Flood - Flood Extent February 11 and 15 - Sheet 1: Caia Area
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_caia_low
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 859 - 19 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.7 x 35.3
BottomRight: -17.96 x 35.6

This maps shows the flood situation around the district capital of Caia at the lower Zambezi river as derived from Radarsat-1 (23 March 2006) and Formosat-2 (11 and 15 February 2007). In addition, elevation contour lines, settlements, roads and logistical information is included.

Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 16 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Formosat-2, copyright NSPO 2007, distributed by SPOT Image
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2006,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int.Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_caia_low.jpg (980.9Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_formosat_caia_high.jpeg (9.1MB)


Zambesi Flood - Flood Extent February 12, 2007 - Sheet 2: Mutarara Area
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_mutarara_low
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 858 - 15 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.233 x 34.783
BottomRight: -17.55 x 35.35

This map shows the flood situation around the district capital of Mutarara. The semi-transparent layers show the extent of the Zambezi river at a normal rain season level (dark blue, March 26, 2006) and during the flood (light blue, February 12, 2007). The water masks were derived from Radarsat-1 SAR imagery and superimposed on a Landsat-7 natural colour image of August 22, 1999 (dry season).

Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 14 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 1998/2007,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int.Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_mutarara_low.jpg (927.0Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_mutarara_high.jpeg (7.1MB)


Zambesi Flood - Flood Extent February 12, 2007 - Sheet 1: Caia Area
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_caia_low
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 857 - 15 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.633 x 35
BottomRight: -18.033 x 35.6

This map shows the flood situation around the district capital of Caia. The semi-transparent layers show the extent of the Zambezi river at a normal rain season level (dark blue, March 26, 2006) and during the flood (light blue, February 12, 2007). The water masks were derived from Radarsat-1 SAR imagery and superimposed on a Landsat-7 natural colour image of August 22, 1999 (dry season).

Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84
Image analysis and map production: DLR
Map production date: 14 February 2007
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite imagery:
Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Radarsat-1, copyright Canadian Space Agency (CSA) 2007,
distributed by: RADARSAT Int.Inc., subsidiary of MDA
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001/2007

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_caia_low.jpg (849.2Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_radarsat_caia_high.jpeg (6.5MB)


Zambezi Flood - Pre-Disaster Overview Map Mutarara/Caia Area
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_overview_low
www.respond.eu.com/ Respond Humanitarian Global Mapping Services

Product ID: 856 - 15 Feb, 2007 - English

GLIDE: FL-2006-000198-MOZ

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.2 x 34.667
BottomRight: -18 x 35.75

Pre-disaster overview map showing flood affected region between Mutarara and Caia of the lower Zambezi river. The map shows settlements, infrasctructure, health stations/hospitals and logistical information superimposed on a satellite image. It also shows the coverage of Radarsat-1 and Formosat 2 scenes collected as part of the overall flood assessment.

Map scale: 1:200,000 for A1 poster size printing
Projection: UTM Zone 36 S
Datum: WGS 84

Image processing and map production: DLR
Coordination and Space Charter Project Management: UNOSAT

Source(s):
Satellite image: Landsat-7 ETM+, copyright USGS 1999
Digital elevation model: SRTM C-band, copyright USGS 2007
Vector data: CIDDI-GIS 2001, USAID 2001

DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_overview_low.jpg (969.5Kb),
DLR_200702_zambezi_flood_overview_high.jpeg (8.0MB)