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Modeled Depth Grids – California & Nevada Flooding
February 15, 2018
Depth grids were modeled using stream gauges for the 2017 California/Nevada flooding disaster event.
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Forecasted Flood Depth Grids – Hurricane Irma
February 15, 2018
Forecasted flood depth grids were generated for Hurricane Irma using the National Weather Service's (NWS) Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS) forecasted water levels. These depth grids allowed for pre-event planning and early estimated hazard exposure counts.
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Forecasted Flood Depth Grids – Hurricane Harvey
February 15, 2018
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Flood Detection % Maps – Hurricane Maria
February 15, 2018
This spatio-temporal composite flood extent product was produced using 14 flood extents derived from SAR and Multispectral imagery acquired over the course of 4 days (Sept 20th – September 24th, 2017) by NASA MSFC SPoRT, Copernicus EMS, MDA Systems and ARIA NASA JPL/Caltech throughout Hurricane Maria using a wide range of sensors and sensor types as well as different derivation methodologies.
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Flood Detection % Maps – Hurricane Irma
February 15, 2018
This spatio-temporal composite flood extent product was produced using 16 flood extents derived from SAR and Multispectral imagery acquired over the course of 8 days (Sept 10th – September 17th, 2017) by NASA MSFC SPoRT, Copernicus EMS, MDA Systems and ARIA NASA JPL/Caltech throughout Hurricane Irma using a wide range of sensors and sensor types as well as different derivation methodologies.
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Modeled Depth Grids – Hurricane Nate
February 14, 2018
Modeled coastal surge depth grids were generated for Hurricane Nate. These depth grids are intended for use in a high-level analysis of flood depth impacts to buildings for geospatial damage assessments.
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Flood Detection % Maps – Hurricane Harvey
February 14, 2018
This spatio-temporal composite flood extent product was produced using 34 flood extents derived from SAR and Multispectral imagery acquired over the course of 11 days (Aug 26th – September 5th, 2017) by NASA MSFC SPoRT, Copernicus EMS, MDA Systems and ARIA NASA JPL/Caltech throughout Hurricane Harvey using a wide range of sensors and sensor types as well as different derivation methodologies.