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CHARTER call 275 : Philippines 2009
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CHARTER call 275 and SAFER action N°015 - Philippines

Tropical storm flooding Parma


Landslides killed 12 people in two villages in the Northern Philippines, bringing to 27 Parma’s death toll, which also caused much material damage in the north-east of the country. Local authorities have evacuated 50 000 people to higher lying areas. Even if Parma has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm, the system lies stationary off the coast and could cause further flooding and landslides in the coming days. Parma has not caused in anyway the same damage as Ketsana the week before, which led to the worst flooding in 40 years, 300 fatalities in and around Manila and an estimated 145 million dollars in damages. The authorities estimate that over half a million people were displaced because of Ketsana.

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P03 - Crisis map

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Location:
Central Luzon
Theme:
Water bodies extent the 9th of October 2009
Scale:
1 : 250000
Principal Imagery:
Natural colours Landsat 7 ETM+ (14,25 m) acquired the 18th of May and 1st of November 2001

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The map is optimised for A1 printing - Production date: 09/10/2009 - 17:05

P02 - Crisis map

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Location:
Cagayan province, Northern Philippines
Theme:
Water body monitoring the 3rd, 5th (RADARSAT-2) and the 6th (ALOS PALSAR) of October 2009
Scale:
1 : 100000
Principal Imagery:
Natural colours Landsat 7 ETM+ (14,25 m) acquired the 03rd of June 2001

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The map is optimised for A1 printing - Production date: 09/10/2009 - 16:34

P01 - Crisis map

Unavailable image
Location:
Cagayan province, Northern Philippines
Theme:
Water body monitoring the 3rd and the 5th of October 2009 (RADARSAT-2)
Scale:
1 : 150000
Principal Imagery:
Natural colours Landsat 7 ETM+ (14,25 m) acquired the 03rd of June 2001

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Google Earth file

The map is optimised for A1 printing - Production date: 06/10/2009 - 14:47