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21 Feb 2008 description

Charter Call 193 - Product no. 08.
Very high resolution crisis space map over Bukavu elaborated using the SPOT5 data (2.5m) crisis data acquired the 14th of February 2008 over areas affected by the 3rd of February 2008 earthquakes. This map is supplemented by an urban change layer interpreted from differences between the February 2005 Quickbird and February 2008 SPOT 5 images. The changes are not field confirmed.

21 Feb 2008 description

Charter Call 193 - Product no. 07.
Very high resolution crisis space map over Bukavu elaborated using the SPOT5 data (2.5m) crisis data acquired the 14th of February 2008 over areas affected by the 3rd of February 2008 earthquakes. This map is supplemented by an urban change layer interpreted from differences between the February 2005 Quickbird and February 2008 SPOT 5 images. The changes are annotated and are not field confirmed.

18 Feb 2008 description

This map depicts the area around Bukavu (Dem. Rep. Congo and Rwanda) before the February 2008 earthquakes, using a Quickbird reference fusion image acquired the 18th of February 2005 as backdrop.
The roads and trails, digitized from ALOS AVNIR-2 and Quickbird reference data acquired, respectively, the 8th of September 2006 and the 18th of February 2005, are not exhaustive. Health centres types, location and names are derived from a USGS/MONUC HQ Kinshasa map (2003).

14 Feb 2008 description

Very high resolution crisis space map over Bukavu elaborated using the TOPSAT data (2.86m) data acquired the 9th of February 2008 over areas affected by the 3rd of February 2008 earthquakes. An improved road mapping has been carried out to complement the data.
Charter Call 193 - Product no. 05.

14 Feb 2008 description

This map depicts the area around Bukavu (Dem. Rep. Congo and Rwanda) after the February 2008 earthquakes as seen by TOPSAT image acquired the 9th of February 2008.
The roads and trails, digitized from ALOS AVNIR-2 and Quickbird reference data acquired, respectively, the 8th of September 2006 and the 18th of February 2005, are not exhaustive.

09 Feb 2008 description

Bukavu reference space map. Charter Call 193 - Product no. 04.
Background: 0.6m natural colours merged QUICKBIRD reference image, acquired the 18/02/05. The map is optimised for A1 printing.
Produced in the context of International Charter Space and Major Disasters and ESA funded Respond project.

09 Feb 2008 description

This map depicts the area around Bukavu (Dem. Rep. Congo and Rwanda) before the February 2008 earthquakes, using a Quickbird reference fusion image acquired the 18th of February 2005 as backdrop.
Road and trails, digitalized from ALOS AVNIR-2 reference data, are not exhaustive, and only main roads/trails are figured.

08 Feb 2008 description

Reference map with the general population distribution. Charter Call 193 - Product no. 03.
Background: 10m natural colours ALOS AVNIR-2 reference image, acquired the 08/09/06. The map is optimised for A1 printing.
Produced in the context of International Charter Space and Major Disasters and ESA funded Respond project.

08 Feb 2008 description

Reference space map. Charter Call 193 - Product no. 01.
Background: 10m natural colours ALOS AVNIR-2 reference image, acquired the 08/09/06. The map is optimised for A1 printing.


Produced in the context of International Charter Space and Major Disasters and ESA funded Respond project.

08 Feb 2008 description

Reference space map. Charter Call 193 - Product no. 02.
Background: 10m natural colours ALOS AVNIR-2 reference image, acquired the 08/09/06. The map is optimised for A1 printing.


Produced in the context of International Charter Space and Major Disasters and ESA funded Respond project.

08 Oct 2007 description

This map illustrates the total August rainfall accumulation for East Africa, derived from the CMORPH precipitation dataset at a spatial resolution of approximately 10km for this region, and was calculated using microwave and infrared data from geostationary satellites. It is possible that precipitation levels may have been underestimated for local areas, and is not a substitute for ground station measurements.