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2019-09-05 Heavy rain in Vietnam from 1st to 5th September 2019

Emergency Obs. Request Information

  • Disaster Type: Flood
  • Country: Vietnam
  • Occurrence Date (UTC): 2019-09-01
  • SA activation Date(UTC): 2019-09-05
  • Requester: Disaster Management Policy and Technology Center (DMPTC)
  • Escalation to the International Charter: No
  • GLIDE Number:

Disaster Situation

Northern of Vietnam and provinces from Thanh Hoa to Quang Binh will have heavy rains from 1st to 5th September 2019, rainfall over the whole range from 300-700mm. Many areas may be subject to flash floods and flooding.

Satellite Image

 After Disaster

 IRS (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-07

Resourcesat-2A AWiFS data as observed on
Sep 07, 2019

 FORMOSAT (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-08

FS5 G000 MS L1A 20190908 035312

Product

 Product-AIT (Jpeg) 

2019-09-10

Detected water in Thanh Hoa, Vietnam

These areas shown in blue in this map, shows the probable flooded areas occurred due to the recent flood occurred on 8 August 2019 in Bago Region, Myanmar.

 Product-AIT (Shapefile) 

Detected water in Thanh Hoa, Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces, Vietnam
2019-09-10

Detected water in Thanh Hoa, Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces, Vietnam

 Product-EOS (Jpeg) 

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019, v0.1 (Main)

This preliminary map shows areas that are likely flooded (shown by light blue pixels of 30 m in size) in central Vietnam due to heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm Podul a week before, and Tropical Depression Kajiki. The map extents are indicated by the white polygon. This map should be used as a guidance to identify areas that are likely flooded, and is less reliable over urban and vegetated areas.
Derived from synthetic aperture radar data acquired by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites operated by the European Space Agency (ESA) before (3 Apr) and during (6 Sep) the event. Analysed by the ARIA-SG team at the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), using the ARIA-SG system originally developed by NASA-JPL and Caltech. Data processing used an AWS Open Dataset of Copernicus Sentinel-1 data for the Asia region
(https://registry.opendata.aws/sentinel1-slc-seasia-pds).

6 Sep 2019
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3 Sep 2019
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 Product-EOS (Data) 

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019 v0.1 (Shapefile)
2019-09-08

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019   v0.1 (Shapefile)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019 v0.1 (GeoTiff)
2019-09-08

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019   v0.1 (GeoTiff)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019 v0.1 (KMZ)
2019-09-08

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 6 Sep 2019   v0.1 (KMZ)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019 v0.1 (Shapefile)
2019-09-06

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019   v0.1 (Shapefile)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019 v0.1 (GeoTiff)
2019-09-06

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019   v0.1 (GeoTiff)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019 v0.1 (KMZ)
2019-09-06

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Vietnam Floods, 3 Sep 2019   v0.1 (KMZ)

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