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Gonaives Floods

Gonaives Floods

A view of the destruction in Gonaives, Haiti after Tropical Storm Jeanne flooded the area in September 2004. Many areas are still flooded, and the erosion effects are very visible. Many people lost their lives in this catastrophe.
Rating of 308/24/2005682Google Earth Logo
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Danube Floods

Danube Floods

South-Eastern Europe floods - worst in a century - badly affected Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, including my hometown of Lom in Bulgaria. This is a major news around the world now!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/4911142.stm
Rating of 4.504/26/2006384Google Earth Logo
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Gulf Coast 31Aug MODIS overlay

Gulf Coast 31Aug MODIS overlay

2005/243 - 08/31 at 19 :00 UTC
Floods along the Gulf Coast
(false color)
Satellite: Aqua - Pixel size: 250m
Rating of 1.808/31/20051,426Google Earth Logo
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Flooding in England, 1 August 2007

Flooding in England, 1 August 2007

June and July 2007 brought drenching rain and devastating floods to England. One of the hardest hit regions was Gloucestershire, in southwest England. The floods started in late June and continued throughout July.

Though water levels had receded, floods were still evident along the Severn River when the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) captur...
No rating yet08/29/2007446Google Earth Logo

Pakistan floods 2010

Pakistan floods 2010

The 2010 Pakistan floods began in July 2010 following heavy monsoon rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, lower Punjab and Balochistan regions of Pakistan. Present estimates indicate that over two thousand people have died and over a million homes have been destroyed since the flooding began. The United Nations estimates that more than twenty million people are injured or homeless as a result...
Rating of 508/29/20101,991Google Earth Logo
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Floods in the Midwestern United States, August 2007

Floods in the Midwestern United States, August 2007

August 2007 was the wettest month ever recorded for many places in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin, with rainfall totals ranging from 23.86 inches in Hokah, Minnesota, to 12.79 inches in Winona Dam, Minnesota, said the National Weather Service. While the entire month was rainy, much of the rain fell on August 18-20, when several thunderstorms rolled across the region. The thunderstorms triggered...
No rating yet09/12/2007905Google Earth Logo

Lake Eyre, South Australia

Lake Eyre, South Australia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Lake Eyre is, on the rare occasions that it fills, the largest lake in Australia and is the lowest point in Australia (at approximately 15 m (50 ft) below sea level). It is the focal point of the vast Lake Eyre Basin.

The lake is located in the deserts of central Australia, in northern South Australia. The Eyre Basin is a larg...
Rating of 3.607/19/20051,468Google Earth Logo
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Floods in Pakistan, June 2007

Floods in Pakistan, June 2007

A dual disaster hit Pakistan in the final week of June 2007. On June 23, rare heavy rains and winds swept over much of the country, and three days later, on June 26, Cyclone Yemyin (03B) blew ashore in southern Pakistan. The two storms caused extensive flooding in the country’s southwest from the Arabian Sea coast to the border with Afghanistan. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer...
No rating yet08/30/2007906Google Earth Logo

Floods in Kansas and Missouri, May-July 2007

Floods in Kansas and Missouri, May-July 2007

Floods that started with heavy rain on June 26, 2007, still surrounded parts of Coffeyville, Kansas, on July 9, when the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) flying on NASA’s Terra satellite captured the top image. Coffeyville was flooded on July 1, when the swollen Verdigris River burst through a levee. Water swamped neighborhoods and businesses, including the...
No rating yet08/29/2007739Google Earth Logo

Arles Overlay

Arles Overlay

A very small overlay of the center of Arles, including Roman monuments. This is my first overlay.
Rating of 311/21/2005909Google Earth Logo
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High Danube sparks Europe floods - BBC News

High Danube sparks Europe floods - BBC News

Hundreds of homes in Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania have been flooded as the Danube, swollen by heavy rain and snow melt, rises to record levels.

A state of emergency has been declared in some areas as the authorities try to shore up defences and move out people threatened by the rising water.

In the town of Lom, the river submerged the port and hundreds of homes in...
No rating yet04/25/2006335Google Earth Logo
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Brighton Pier (overlay)

Brighton Pier (overlay)

The overlay doesn't match up very well, but the area is such low-resolution that any overlay helps.

Address: Madeira Drive
Brighton BN2 1TW England
Phone numbers: +44 1273 609361 Local
+44 1273 684289 FAX
Official web site: http://www.brightonpier.co.uk
Status: Operating
Rating of 2.16666666607/31/20051,370Google Earth Logo
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