Product ID: 1066 - English
Published: 5 Feb, 2008
GLIDE: FL-2008-000004-MOZ
FootPrint (Lat x Long, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.262915 x 36.856683
BottomRight: -17.654785 x 37.523969

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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.
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)