Maxar Satellite Imagery: Flooding Along Fraser River, British Columbia

Maxar collected new satellite imagery on Friday (November 19th) of the ongoing flooding in Sumas Prairie to the east of Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. Highways, roads and many buildings and farms remain under water. Continue reading “Maxar Satellite Imagery: Flooding Along Fraser River, British Columbia”

Maxar Satellite Imagery: Flooding in New Jersey

Maxar collected new high resolution satellite imagery yesterday (September 2nd at 11:52 AM, Eastern) that shows historic flooding along the Raritan River in New Jersey. As the remnants of Hurricane Ida moved through the northeast of the United States, the storm dropped record-breaking rainfall causing floods and damage in multiple towns and communities including Somerville, Manville, South Bound Brook and New Brunswick, New Jersey. Continue reading “Maxar Satellite Imagery: Flooding in New Jersey”

Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery of Davenport, Iowa flooding caused by the Mississippi River

Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery yesterday, May 4, 2019, of Davenport, Iowa and the downtown flooding caused by the Mississippi River Continue reading “Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery of Davenport, Iowa flooding caused by the Mississippi River”

High-Resolution Flood Imagery on Website, App Today to Assist Houston Relief Efforts

The before-and-after imagery slider on Woolpert’s website allows local, state and federal officials and the public to navigate and enhance sites in Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Continue reading “High-Resolution Flood Imagery on Website, App Today to Assist Houston Relief Efforts”

Twitter feed and map provide real-time water, weather and flood forecasting for Texas

(via the USGS) Flood Preparedness – There’s a New USGS Map (or App) for That — An innovative Twitter feed and map provide real-time water, weather and flood forecasting for Texas. Continue reading “Twitter feed and map provide real-time water, weather and flood forecasting for Texas”

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