Product ID: 3044 - English
Published: 27 Apr, 2020
GLIDE: TC20200403VUT


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STATUS: Preliminary analysis - no visible damage detected
FURTHER ACTION: NO IMPACT DETECTED / CONTINUE MONITORING ON CLOUD COVERED AREAS
Date of assessment validity: 23 April 2020
Preliminary observations, impact and severity:
No deforestation or major floods/inundations within the Chief Roi Mata?s Domain as of 23 April 2020;
No deforestation or major floods/inundations within the Yalo, Apialo and the Sacred Geography of Northwest Malakula as of 20 April 2020. Exact location of the Yalo cave in Small Nambas Territory and the Apialo cave in Big Nambas Territory in unknown;
No visible damage to the Vanuatu Cultural Center (Museum). This is a preliminary assessment because there is no cloud-free image available as of 24 April 2020. There is no visible damage to the main building structure as of 23 April 2020 using an image that is partially cloud covered.
(1) pre-event (reference) image:
GeoEye-1 / 23 September 2019, GeoEye-1 / 7 April 2020, and WorldView-1 / 31 March 2020
(2) post-event images:
WorldView-2 / 23 April 2020, WorldView-2 / 20 April 2020, and WorldView-2 / 23 April 2020 Copyrights: 2020 DigitalGlobe Inc.
Source: USGS/HDDS
(3) Baseline data
Administrative boundaries: OCHA
ROP
UNESCO World Heritage sites and
Tentative List sites data