Product ID: 1586 - English
Published: 16 Sep, 2011
GLIDE: FL-2011-000130-PAK
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TopLeft: 25.58 x 66.89
BottomRight: 23.63 x 69.83

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This map presents the standing flood waters over the affected Provinces of Lower Sindh, Pakistan following recent heavy monsoon rains. This analysis indicates that flood waters have continued to expand in surface area over the four days, concentrated primary in the districts of Mirpur Khas and Umer kot. These findings were based on crisis satellite imagery collected by MODIS sensors on 15 Sept.,11 Sept. and 19 Aug. 2011. Please note that the exact limit of the flood waters is uncertain because of the relatively low spatial resolution of the satellite sensors used for this analysis, Detected water bodies likely reflect an underestimation of all flood-affected areas within the map extent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR / UNOSAT.Map produced for A3 printing at 1:900,000 scale.
Satellite Data(1) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 15 September 2011
Resolution : 250 m
Satellite Data(2) : MODIS Terra
Imagery Dates: 11 September 2011
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Satellite Data(3) : MODIS Aqua
Imagery Dates: 19 August 2011
Resolution : 250 m
Sourcet: NASA Rapid Response
Road Data : Google Map Maker 2011
Canal, Settlement Data: NGA (VMap1)
Other Data: OCHA, USGS
Analysis & Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Analysis conducted with ArcGIS v10
This work by UNITAR/UNOSAT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.