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  • 300+ Downloads
    Updated December 13, 2018 | Dataset date: Jul 31, 2018
    This dataset updates: Never
    The dataset of Fuego volcano in Guatemala. The site assessments has data on population presence, living conditions and needs in a particular displacement site or community.
  • Este mapa ilustra una estimación del número de viviendas y estructuras potencialmente afectadas por el flujo piroclástico detectado por Copernicus EMS, usando una imagen satélite Sentinel-2 colectada el 4 de junio 2018. UNITAR-UNOSAT ha estimado un total de 411 viviendas / estructuras que se encuentran dentro del área afectada por el flujo piroclástico; de las cuales 260 pertenecen a la aldea de San Miguel de Los Lotes. Complejos industriales y hoteleros como el de La Reunión se encuentran también dentro de la extensión del flujo piroclástico. Este análisis es preliminar y no ha sido validado en terreno. Por favor, envíen sus comentarios a UNITAR-UNOSAT.
  • This map illustrates an estimation of the number of buildings potentially affected by pyroclastic flow detected by Copernicus EMS using a Sentinel-2 satellite image collected on 4 June 2018. UNITAR-UNOSAT estimates 411 buildings / structures within the pyroclastic flow, ~ 260 of which are located inside the community of San Miguel de Los Lotes. Industrial sites and the resort of La Reunion are also included in the extent of this pyroclastic flow. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR - UNOSAT.
  • 20+ Downloads
    Updated October 12, 2017 | Dataset date: Oct 29, 2017
    This dataset updates: Never
    On 22 September 2017 at 20.30 hrs. Indonesia’s Centre of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) increased the status of Mt. Agung in  Karangasem District, Bali Province from Level 3 (High Alert) to Level 4 (Danger), the highest level for a volcano. And on 29 October 2017, at 16.00 hrs, the status of Mt. Agung has been lowered from Level IV (dangerous) to Level III (alert). The no activity zone has also been reduced from 9 Km radius with additional sectoral expansion of 12km north-northwest and south-southwest become 6 km radius from the volcano with additional sectoral expansion of 7.5 km north-northwest and south-southwest. The displaced people who lived outside of the no activity zone start to return back home but advised to remain cautious.
  • 3900+ Downloads
    Updated November 24, 2015 | Dataset date: Jan 1, 2015
    This dataset updates: Every year
    A comprehensive set of information on global volcanic hazard, historical events, population exposure, vulnerability, and impact has been provided to GAR15 by Global Volcano Model (GVM) and The International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI). This work is the first of its kind in global coverage and level of contribution from a wide network of experts and institutions around the world.
  • This map illustrates areas affected by Pico de Fogo volcano as seen in a WorldView-2 image acquired 25 November 2014 and LANDSAT-8 data acquired the 24 of November. The lava flow is continuing from the subsidiary vent located in the western flank of the Pico de Fogo Mountain and magma and the lava reached the areas close to Portela, Cha Das Caldeiras and Bangaeira villages. About 3400 meters of the main road and 4600 m of secondary roads and paths in the caldera are affected and are potentially out of use (i.e. 8000 m of roadways potentially affected). The inset of this map illustrates the incandescent lava and smoke as seen with false colors as captured by WorldView-2 satellite. ~150 ha of lava could be observed on the 24 November 2014 and ~260 ha the on 25 November 2014. Note that the lava flow is likely underestimated because of smoke especially in the areas close to the vent. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.
  • This map illustrates areas affected by Pico de Fogo volcano as seen in a Landsat-8 image acquired 24 November 2014. The 23 November 2014 eruption, the first since 1995, occurred through a subsidiary vent located in the western flank of the Pico de Fogo mountain. The main cone seems to be not involved in the eruption as of the 24 November 2014 image acquisition. About 5,700 meters of roadways in the caldera area seem to be affected by the lava flow and are potentially out of use including the road from the Caldera to Sao Felipe city. The inset of this map illustrates the lava flow and smoke as seen with false colours as captured by Landsat-8 image. Note that the lava flow is likely underestimated because of smoke. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR /UNOSAT.