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2019-09-20 Thailand floods in sept., 2019

Emergency Obs. Request Information

  • Disaster Type: Flood
  • Country: Thailand
  • Occurrence Date (UTC): 2019-09-20
  • SA activation Date(UTC): 2019-09-21
  • Requester: Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand
  • Escalation to the International Charter: No
  • GLIDE Number: 2019-000104

Disaster Situation

According to Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Thailand, Tropical Storm PODUL and KAJIKI have caused widespread flood in 32 provinces and have affected more than 400.000 families per on 20 sept., 2019.
https://www.adrc.asia/view_disaster_en.php?NationCode=764&Lang=en&Key=2349

Satellite Image

 Before Disaster

 ALOS-2 (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-09

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P147F300, A, 32.5,
9 Sept., 2019

 After Disaster

 ALOS-2 (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-28

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P143F350, A, 32.5,
28 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-28

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P143F340, A, 32.5,
28 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-28

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P143F330, A, 32.5,
28 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-28

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P143F320, A, 32.5,
28 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-27

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P140F370, A, 54.6,
27 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-27

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P140F360, A, 54.6,
27 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-27

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P140F350, A, 54.6,
27 Sept., 2019

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2019-09-20

ALOS-2 PALSAR-2, P147F300, A, 32.5,
20 Sept., 2019

 IRS (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-24

Resourcesat-2 AWiFS data as observed on 24 Sep., 2019

 FORMOSAT (Jpeg) 

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2019-09-26

FS5_G000_PMS_L4UTM_20190926_035419

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2019-09-26

FS5_G000_PAN_L4UTM_20190926_035419

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2019-09-26

FS5_G000_MS_L4UTM_20190926_035419

Product

 Product-JAXA (Jpeg) 

2019-09-20

ALOS-2 / PALSAR-2,RGB color composite image
R:G:B = 6 Sept.,2019:20 Sept.,2019:20 Sept.,2019

 Product-AIT (Jpeg) 

2019-10-02

Flooding in Ubon Ratchathani Province and ROI ET PROVINCE, Thailand

These map shows possible flooding areas at different time due to heavy rain from 06 to 20 September, which has affected in Trakan Phutphon, Donmot Daeng, Tan Sum, K Lao Sua Kok districts, Ubon Ratchathani and Roi Et province.
Note that the detected-water may also include water in paddy area.

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2019-10-02

Dynamics of Flood Extent in Ubon Ratchathani Province

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2019-10-02

Flooding in Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand

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2019-10-02

Flooding in Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand

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2019-10-02

Flooding in Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand

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2019-10-02

FLOODING IN ROI ET PROVINCE, THAILAND

 Product-AIT (Shapefile) 

Detected water areas on 20 September 2019 (Shapefile)
2019-10-02

Detected water areas on
20 September, 2019

Detected water areas on 6 September 2019 (Shapefile)
2019-10-02

Detected water areas on
6 September, 2019

Dynamics of Flood Extent from 6 to 20 September 2019 (Shapefile)
2019-10-02

Dynamics of Flood Extent from
6 to 20 September 2019

This file includes the shape file of detected water areas. (Shapefile)
2019-10-02

This file includes the shape file of detected water areas.

 Product-EOS (Jpeg) 

2019-09-20

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 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 north-eastern Thailand due to heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm Podul and Tropical Depression Kajiki. The map extents are indicated with yellow and red polygons. 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 (5 Apr - yellow, 6 Apr - red) and after (20 Sep - yellow, 21 Sep - red) the event. Analysed by the ARIA-SG team at the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) in collaboration with 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).

 Product-EOS (DATA) 

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019, v0.1 (Shapefile - P164)
2019-09-21

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map:
Thailand Floods, 21 Sept., 2019
v0.1 (Shapefile-P164)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sept., 2019, v0.1 (GeoTiff - P164)
2019-09-21

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map:
Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019
v0.1 (GeoTiff-P164)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019, v0.1 (KMZ)
2019-09-06

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map:
Thailand Floods, 21 Sept., 2019
v0.1 (KMZ)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019, v0.1 (Shapefile - P91)
2019-09-21

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map:
Thailand Floods, 21 Sept., 2019
v0.1 (Shapefile-P91)

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019, v0.1 (GeoTiff - P91)
2019-09-21

ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map:
Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019
v0.1 (GeoTiff-P91)

Web GIS

  • Flood in Thailand in Sept., 2019 see detail

  • Flood in Laos on 6th Sep, 2019 クリックで拡大
  • ARIA-SG Flood Proxy Map: Thailand Floods, 21 Sep 2019 This preliminary map shows areas that are likely flooded (shown by light blue pixels of 30 m in size) in north-eastern Thailand due to heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm Podul and Tropical Depression Kajiki. The map extents are indicated with yellow and red polygons. 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 (5 Apr - yellow, 6 Apr - red) and after (20 Sep - yellow, 21 Sep - red) the event. Analysed by the ARIA-SG team at the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) in collaboration with 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).
    All rights reserved: EOS, NASA-JPL, Caltech and Sentinel Asia