Bangkok 2011 Flood Damage Assessment Using Pre-flood and Post-flood 1-m Satellite Imagery Scenes: Imagery-based Inventory Map of AIT Campus Infrastructure Assets, Post-flood Geospatial Mapping, and Flood Defense Strategy. Continue reading Bangkok 2011 Flood Damage Assessment Using 1-m Satellite Imagery: AIT Campus Infrastructure Assets
2012 Outbreak of Deadly Tornadoes Responsible for 37 Deaths in Midwest and South of The U.S. and Complete Destruction of Some Towns. These violent storms swept through on March 2-4. As of Monday March 5 the number of deaths rose to 39. Continue reading 2012 Outbreak of Deadly Tornadoes Responsible for 37 Deaths in Midwest and South of The U.S.
Natural Hazards/Disasters Raging on: 2011 Ends with Floods in Thailand, Philippines, and Australia; Strong Earthquake Hits Tokyo and Eastern Japan on 31 December 2011; Debris from Japan’s 2011 Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster Scatters in the Pacific Ocean, Possibly Heading to U.S. according to NOAA Scientists. Continue reading Natural Hazards/Disasters Raging on: 2011 Ends with Floods in Thailand, Philippines, and Australia; Strong Earthquake in Japan
After one month Bangkok is still flooded many places like the inundated campus of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) as reported on November 21, 2011.
The following video is available at AIT web site: Continue reading Bangkok Floods: Story of Inundated AIT Campus
Geospatial Assessment of Flood Disaster Impacts and Mitigation Planning – Superfloods in Pakistan Threatening Agricultural Communities and Biodiversity:
This geospatial study was conducted as a continuation of the Geographical Information System (GIS) applications that Dr. Uddin has been developing for the Pakistan transportation project which was funded on the US-side by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)/ United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 2007-2010. Continue reading CASE STUDY: NAS/USAID Geospatial Assessment Study for Floods in Pakistan Threatening Agricultural Communities and Biodiversity
Flood knows no limits – Cities in the Middle Eastern Desert Regions are not spared from flood disasters. Continue reading Flooding of the Built Environment in the Middle Eastern Desert Regions: Guest Post 18
Bangkok Sinking, Torrential Rainfall Covering Vast Land, Flood Water Rising, and Disaster Threatening Communities, Industries, and Educational Institutions In and Around Bangkok, Thailand as of October 21, 2011. National Disaster Declared: Continue reading Bangkok Sinking, Flood Water Rising, and National Disaster Declared in Thailand