International Charter Space and Major Disasters
Product ID: 1347 - English
Published: 2 Apr, 2009
GLIDE: FL-2009-000062-NAM

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This 13-page hyperlinked atlas map series illustrates satellite-detected flooded villages as 30 March 2009 over the affected region of Caprivi, Namibia. An important preliminary finding of this satellite analysis is the observed flooded villages, for which individual atlas map sheets are provided. Please note, this is an initial damage assessment and has not yet been independently validadeted on the ground. Please send additions/corrections to UNOSAT.
The depiction and use of boundaries, geographic names and related data shown here are not warranted to be error-free nor do they imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations. UNOSAT is a program of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), providing satellite imagery and related geographic information, research and analysis to UN humanitarian & development agencies & their implementing partners.
Satellite Imagery: SPOT-5
Imagery Dates: 30 March 2009
Resolution: 2.5m (Pansharpened)
Source: CNES 2009
Distributed by: SPOT Image
Image Processing: UNOSAT
Road & Town Data: Namibia Directorate Survey & Mapping
Flood Analysis: UNOSAT
Pre Water: Global data (ESRI 2007)
Map Production: UNOSAT (31 March 2009)
Projection: UTM Zone 35 South
Datum: WGS 1984