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).
Potential Informal Gathering Sites over Tanjung & Pemenang Districts, Indonesia
Potentially Damaged Buildings & Gathering Sites over Gili Islands, Lombok Utara District, Indonesia
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake has struck the Indonesian island of Lombok. The neighbouring island of Bali was also affected. At least 91 people are reported to have been killed with many more injured.
Rescue officials reported most of the damage hit Lombok's main city of Mataram where thousands of buildings were damaged, causing widespread power cuts. Many tourists headed for the airport which was affected, but still operational. Others fled for the beach where boats evacuated people to safety.
Damage assessment of Gumantar and Dangiang Desa, Kagayan District, Lombok Island, Indonesia
This map illustrates a time series analysis of the evolution of satellite-detected surface waters in Sanamxay district, Attapeu province, based on satellite data collected on 13, 25 and 29 July 2018. Within the current map extent, on 13 July 2018, before the collapse of the dam, a total surface of 47,717 ha was detected as inundated and the reservoir controlled by the dam was full of water. As of 25 July 2018, two days after the dam collapsed, an additional surface of 7,531 ha of inundated areas were detected, representing an increase of the surface waters of 16%.