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17 Feb 2015 description
map MapAction

Map shows three flood models for 5, 50 and 500 year probability events for planning purposes.

The 90-meter resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM) available for the study for the affected area was the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission Digital Elevation Model (SRTM DEM).

Flood extents and flood depths were derived by performing one dimensional hydraulic routing through the Shire River system for key return period discharges; and these were validated using satellite images of recent flood events.

16 Feb 2015 description
map MapAction

The map shows known flood extent comparison in the Nsanje district and surrounding areas of Mozambique (derived from MODIS satellite imagery).

Data received in Lilongwe for mapping on the 9th and 13th February. (Data acquired date unknown).

Flood extents will change rapidly over time so ground conditions are likely to change.

30 Jun 2008 description
map MapAction

Produced at request of Mark Mitchell (Country Manager: Mozambique) for Wings Like Eagles (www.wingslikeeagles.net) to assist strategic planning for future humanitarian needs. Third in series of three. Map by Alex Irving, June 2008. Size intended for use in A4 documents.
Map creation date estimated.

30 Jun 2008 description
map MapAction

Produced at request of Mark Mitchell (Country Manager: Mozambique) for Wings Like Eagles (www.wingslikeeagles.net) to assist strategic planning for future humanitarian needs. First in series of three.
Map by Alex Irving, June 2008. Size intended for use in A4 documents.
Map creation date estimated.

30 Jun 2008 description
map MapAction

Produced at request of Mark Mitchell (Country Manager: Mozambique) for Wings Like Eagles (www.wingslikeeagles.net) to assist strategic planning for future humanitarian needs. Second in series of three.
Map by Alex Irving, June 2008. Size intended for use in A4 documents.
Map creation date estimated.

04 Jun 2007 description
report MapAction

MapAction will be training engineers and disaster response professionals in the use of GIS and GPS technologies in a two-stage mission to Mozambique over the coming months.