Flooding in NE India, July 15, 2017. Red shows current surface water; blue is typical winter conditions; light gray is all previously mapped flooding. Click on dots to retrieve microwave observation of changing river discharge. See also: 090E030N
Sample of Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 SAR mapping of flooding in China, July 3, 2017 (red is new water compared to May 28, 2017).
Sample of flood mapping for this event below: Google Earth kmz version.
Sample of flood mapping for this event below: from the DFO Web Map Service. GIS files are also available
Image sample of this flood below, Google Earth view of MODIS-based flood water mapping
Image sample below, Google Earth view of Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1-based flood water mapping
Image sample below, September 9, 2017/May 7, 2017 comparison using Copernicus/ESA Sentinel SAR information; flood water is red
On May 4, Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 satellite imaged the levee breaks in Pocahontas, Arkansas (image sample below, water is black)
Major flash flooding, NW Iran, imaged April 16 and 18, 2017 by Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 and NASA MODIS sensors
Sample 1 (with GoogleEarth view below for comparison)
Sample 2 (with GoogleEarth view below for comparison)
DFO # 4464, Northern Argentina
DFO # 4462, Southern Argentina
Tropical Cyclone Debbie-related flooding, April 4, 2017 (DFO # 4461), North coast of North Island, New Zealand
Sample Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 SAR composite, April 4/March 11, below.
DFO # 4460, Northern Malawi
DFO # 4459, NE Bangladesh
DFO #4451 from Cyclone Debbie in Australia
(below, based on Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 SAR data, March 31, 2017
Also see the DFO Map Server using NRT Global Flood Mapping data (sample below)
DFO #4450 in Peru
March 20 flooding, red, flooding from comparison of March 20 and January 19, 2017 Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 SAR data
DFO #4439 in Mozambique
DFO #4432 in southern Thailand and northern Malaysia
DFO #4434, California, USA. Sample of Copernicus/ESA Sentinel 1 SAR results below
Sample of flood mapping in North Carolina displayed via Google Earth
Special Regional Displays (2017: under construction)
(counting since September 19, 2017)
This work is made possible by data acquired by NASA, the Japanese Space Agency, and the European Space Agency, and funding support from NASA and the European Commission, through the Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (GDACS) project, Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy. The Observatory was founded in 1993 at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH USA and moved to the University of Colorado, INSTAAR, CSDMS in 2010. The institutional support of both universities is gratefully acknowledged.