Maps of Thailand Flooding

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Esri has released another map showing social media content from Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Ushaidi relating to the Thailand floods.  The recent flooding in Thailand has affected more than a third of the country and displaced more than 100,000 people. The flooding is the result of three months of monsoon rains that have created the worst flooding in over fifty years.

Esri’s online Thailand Flooding  mapping application posts the locations of any content with the keyword “flood’. At this time, no additional Thai related data on the actual flood extent or imagery is available.




 

Google has also launched a crisis landing page for Thailand’s floods. Google’s mapping application includes a choropleth mapping ranking the degree of flooding across the country from thaiflood.com, flood related geotagged photos from Ansur, and daily satellite imagery updates from NASA MODIS 250m Resolution Imagery.






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