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20 May 2008 description
map RESPOND, SERTIT, UNOSAT

Reference topographic map over the Irrawaddy delta (Myanmar). Vegetation, urban areas, water bodies, airports are updated with satellite imagery acquired during the years 2007 and 2008. Other vector layers (roads/trails, railroads, administrative boundaries) come from open source databases.

20 May 2008 description

Product ID: 1205 - 20 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: 17.5 x 95
BottomRight: 17 x 95.5

Hydrological situation after the passage of the Nargis Typhon, over the Irrawady delta (Pathein & Danubyu), the 18th of May 2008, analysed with ENVISAT WSM HH ASAR images, compared with 16 dry season images acquired by the ENVISAT ASAR sensor in 2007-2008.
Source(s):
ENVISAT ASAR data used for dynamic analysis: ESA 2007-2008 and SERTIT 2008

19 May 2008 description

Product ID: 1204 - 20 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: 16.5 x 94.5
BottomRight: 16 x 95.5

Hydrological situation after the passage of the Nargis Typhon, over the coastal areas of Irrawady delta, the 18th of May 2008, analysed with ENVISAT WSM HH ASAR images, compared with 16 dry season images acquired by the ENVISAT ASAR sensor in 2007-2008.
Source(s):
ENVISAT ASAR data used for dynamic analysis: ESA 2007-2008 and SERTIT 2008

19 May 2008 description

Product ID: 1203 - 20 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: 17 x 96
BottomRight: 16.5 x 97

Evolution of the situation after the passage of the Nargis Typhon, over the coastal areas to teh SOuth of Yangon City, between the 15th and the 18th of May 2008, analysed with ENVISAT WSM HH ASAR images, and compared with 10 dry and wet season images acquired by the ENVISAT ASAR sensor in 2007-2008.
Source(s):

18 May 2008 description

Product ID: 1202 - 19 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE: TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)

TopLeft: 16.9583333 x 96.0138888

BottomRight: 16.8638888 x 96.1749999

Qualitative water depth estimates in paddy fields using RADARSAT-2 ultra fine mode image acquired the 07th of May 2008.

Source(s):

MDA Ltd 2008 - RADARSAT 2 image

CNES 2008 - SPOT image

USGS 2000 - SRTM DEM 90m

NGA and ESRI - Other data

Image analysis and map production: Respond/Sertit

17 May 2008 description

Product ID:1193 - 18 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE:TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft:16.816666 x 96.0611111
BottomRight:16.7694444 x 96.1555555

17 May 2008 description

Product ID:1192 - 18 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE:TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft:17 x 96
BottomRight:16.5 x 97

Evolution of the situation after the passage of the Nargis Typhon, over the costal areas to the South of Yagon City, between the 15th of May 2008 and the 16th of May 2008; analysed with ENVISAT WSM HH ASAR images, and compared with 10 dry and wet season images acquired by the ENVISAT ASAR sensor in 2007-2008.

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16 May 2008 description

Product ID:1191 - 18 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE:TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft:16.9 x 96
BottomRight:16.8 x 96.2

RADARSAT-2 imagery were used to map water surfaces following the Nargis Typhon impacts. The flood layer is overlaid onto a SPOT5 reference image processed into natural colours. This image acquired the 2nd of March 2008 is used to map the water bodies visible before the arrival of the monsoon season.

Source(s):
CSA 2008 - RADARSAT image
CNES 2008 - SPOT image

16 May 2008 description

Product ID:1190 - 18 May, 2008 - English

GLIDE:TC-2008-000057-MMR

Product FOOTPRINT (LAT x LONG, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft:17 x 96
BottomRight:16.5 x 97

Hydrological situation after the passage of the Nargis Typhon over the cosat areas of the South of Yagon City, the 15th of May 2008.

Source(s):
ENVISAT ASAR data used for impact analysis
Background cartographic information: USGS 2000 - SRTM 90m, LANDSAT 7 ETM+. ESRI. NGA - Vector layer databases
Image analysis and map production: Respond/Sertit

09 May 2008 description

The map shows central parts of Irrawaddy division with its normal water level derived from LANDSAT-7 ETM of November 7, 2000 and inundated areas of May 6, 2008 deduced from ALOS PALSAR radar satellite imagery. Inundated areas may also contain regions which were covered by water before the disaster due to the prevalence of wet-rice cultivation.
The results are superimposed on LANDSAT-7 ETM imagery of March 3, 2000.