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19 Oct 2018 description

Overview

On 28 September 2018, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake had it’s epicenter in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province triggering a tsunami with waves upto 3 metres high and landslides that resulted in widespread damage and loss of lives. The earthquake occured less than two months after a series of earthquake in Indonesia’s Lombok island.

04 Oct 2018 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates satellite-detected building damage assessment as of 02 October 2018, over Lero area northeastern Palu city in Central Sulawesi following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami of the 28th of September 2018. The analysis was conducted using a post-event World view-3 satellite image acquired 2 October 2018. UNITAR-UNOSAT identified in the analysed area 197 potentially damaged structures.

04 Oct 2018 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates satellite-detected building damage assessments of 02 October 2018, over Tawaeli area northeastern Palu city in Central Sulawesi following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami of the 28th of September 2018. The analysis was conducted using a post-event World view-2 satellite image acquired 2 October 2018. UNITAR-UNOSAT identified in the analysed area 531 potentially damaaged structures.

03 Oct 2018 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates satellite-detected building damage assessment as of 02 October 2018, over Pantoloan area northeastern Palu city in Central Sulawesi following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami of the 28th of September 2018. The analysis was conducted using a post-event Worldview-2 satellite image acquired 2 October 2018.

10 Aug 2018 description

This map illustrates satellite-detected potentially affected settlements over Tanjung and Pemenang Districts, in Lombok Utara Regency, as of 7 August 2018, after the 6.9 earthquake, that stroke Lombok Island on 5 August 2018. The analysis was conducted using post-event Pleiades satellite imagery acquired on 7 and 8 August 2018. UNITAR-UNOSAT analysis shows an estimation of the settlement size (Hamlet, Little village and Major village) associated to a damage level (Moderately damaged, severely damaged and Destroyed).

27 Sep 2017 description
report UNOSAT

According to the Center of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (CVGHM), Agung volcano in Bali has been showing elevated signs of unrest in the form of increasing volcanic seismicity over the past six weeks, starting from August 10th. CVGHM raised the alert level from 1 (normal) to 2 (warning) on 14 September 2017, to 3 (eruption imminent) on 18 September 2017, and to the highest level 4 on 22 September 2017, at 8:30pm local time1.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

18 Oct 2016 description

This satellite image interpretation shows a damage assessment map produced by the LAPAN. Space-Based Disaster Emergency Response Flash Flood, 20 September 2016.

29 Sep 2016 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates satellite-detected areas of wet & saturated soils in Garut Regency, Jawa Barat Province, Indonesia, extracted from TerraSAR-X images (3 m) acquired on 22 April 2012 (pre-event) and on 25 September 2016 (post-event). Waters along the Kali Cimanuk remain in the riverbed without causing floods. Possible wet/ saturated soils are visible as of 25 September 2016 over mainly agricultural areas. As of 25 September 2016, ~ 450 ha of lands were potentially affected, mainly in Karangpawitan & Banyuresmi districts.

26 Feb 2014 description
report UNOSAT

This service summarizes current satellite mapping activities of interest to GDACS stakeholders. It is issued weekly and based on contributions from map-producing entities and GDACS partners.

Africa

Burundi floods – GLIDE number: FL-2014-000019-BDI

19 Feb 2014 description
report UNOSAT

This service summarizes current satellite mapping activities of interest to GDACS stakeholders. It is issued weekly and based on contributions from map-producing entities and GDACS partners.

South America

Peru floods – GLIDE number: TBD