International Charter Space and Major Disasters
Product ID: 1345 - English
Published: 31 Mar, 2009
GLIDE: FL-2009-000062-NAM
FootPrint (Lat x Long, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: -17.377 x 24.171
BottomRight: -18.15 x 25.337

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This map illustrates satellite-detected flood waters as of 29 March 2009 over the affected region of Caprivi, Namibia, which have significantly increased in extent over a 9 day period. Flooded areas have been sorted into 3 classes: Red areas represent standing flood waters identified on 29 March; Orange areas represent standing flood waters identified on 20 March; and Blue areas represent pre-flood waters from multiple sources. Flood analysis was made using DMC imagery & ENVISAT-ASAR data (WSM). This flood detection is a preliminary analysis & has not yet been validated in the field. Map scale for A3: 1:375,000; Projection : UTM Zone 34 South WGS 1984.
Satellite Imagery : DMC (UK)
Imagery Dates : 29 March 2009
Resolution : 32m
Source : DMC international Imaging Ltd.
Radar Data : ENVISAT ASAR (WSM)
Radar Resolution : 150 m
Radar Dates : 17-20 March 2009
Copyright : ESA 2009
Source : ESA-Cat1 (Respond Project)
Road & Town Data : Namibia Directorate Survey & Mapping
Flood Analysis : UNOSAT
GIS Data : USGS, NGA, UNJLC, SALB
Spot Heights : SRTM
Pre Water: Global data (ESRI 2007)
Map Production : UNOSAT (31 March 2009)