|Product ID: 2633 - English|
Published: 28 Jul, 2017
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Hundreds of wildfires spread across Northern Algeria after weeks of high temperatures during the months of June and July. An estimated number of 1,500 land hectares have been ravaged by forest fires in the north of Algeria from 6 to 12 July 2017.
The most affected provinces are Bejaia, Tizi-Ouzou, Setif, Medea, Skikda, Ain Defla, Saida, Jijel, Sidi Bel Abbes and Mostaganem.
UNITAR-UNOSAT in collaboration with the Algerian Space Agency (ASAL) are supporting this emergency by providing (satellite-derived) value-added analysis and mapping products in the most affected areas by the wildfires.
|Satellite Data: Sentinel-2
Imagery Dates: 29 June 2017 & 19 July 2017
Copyright: Copernicus 2017 / ESA
Satellite Data: Alsat-1B & Alsat-2B
Imagery Dates: 20 July 2017 & 27 June 2017
Copyright : ASAL
Source : ASAL
Analysis : UNITAR - UNOSAT / ASAL
Production: UNITAR - UNOSAT