Mass Movement

DMC Images

Data Type: 

Costs: 

nfree
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch
fore
near

Data accessibility: 

exportdata
exportmap
statistic

File types: 

HDF
ESRIShapefile
TIFF
WMS

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm
rr

Spatial Resolution: 

22m, 32m, 2.5m and 5m

Space-based Information: 

Very high resolution imagery: 2.5m panchromatic, 5m multispectral 4 spectral bands: Red, Green, Blue, Near-Infrared Imaging modes: stereo, long strip, off-pointing Up to 2000km along track imaging 2 day revisit

Requirements: 

Restrictions / Citation of the dataset: 

Emergency and Disaster Information Service(Various data )

Data Type: 

hazard

Costs: 

free
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch
fore
near

Data accessibility: 

statistic

File types: 

webmap
XML

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm
rr

Pacific Disaster Center (PDC)

Data Type: 

hazard

Costs: 

free
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

near

Data accessibility: 

visdata

File types: 

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

rr

Spatial Resolution: 

Space-based Information: 

Requirements: 

Restrictions / Citation of the dataset: 

ISS-SERVIR Environmental Research and Visualization System (ISERV)

Data Type: 

satdata

Costs: 

free
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch

Data accessibility: 

exportdata

Institution: 

File types: 

Jpeg

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm
rr

Spatial Resolution: 

3.5 m

Requirements: 

<p>-</p>

Satellites and Sensors: 

Landslide in the El Cambray 2 urban settlement in the metropolitan district of Guatemala City

English

Around 11 PM on the night of 1st October 2015, a landslide took place in the Santa Catarina municipal district of of the greater metropolitan district of Guatemala City.  The landslide affected an urban settlement called El Cambray 2.  The National Coordinating Agency for

Disaster Type: 

Country/Region: 

Short title: 

Landslides in Guatemala

Region: 

Guatemala

Occurance Date: 

01/10/2015
activated

latitude: 

-90

longitude: 

15

Risk Data Viewer, National Disaster Loss Data Collection Initiative and preview platform (GAR - UNISDR)

Data Type: 

hazard

Costs: 

free
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch
near

Data accessibility: 

exportdata
exportmap
statistic
visdata

File types: 

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm

Spatial Resolution: 

Space-based Information: 

Requirements: 

Restrictions / Citation of the dataset: 

SENTINEL-2 imagery (ESA)

Data Type: 

satdata

Costs: 

free
English

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch
near

Data accessibility: 

exportdata

File types: 

XML

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm
rr

Spatial Resolution: 

10m - 60m

Restrictions / Citation of the dataset: 

Satellites and Sensors: 

Global Land Cover Facility (University of Maryland, NASA,GOFC GOLD)

Data Type: 

elevation
hazard
landuse

Costs: 

free
Undefined

Spatial Coverage: 

Global

Temporal Coverage: 

arch

Data accessibility: 

exportdata
exportmap

File types: 

GeoTIFF

Disaster Cycle Phase: 

drm
rr

Spatial Resolution: 

Depends on satellite

Restrictions / Citation of the dataset: 

The only request in return is that the user acknowledge the GLCF as source of the dataset in any publication or presentation.

Detailed rockslide mapping in northern Norway with small baseline and persistent scatterer interferometric SAR time series methods

Rockslides have a high socioeconomic and environmental importance in many countries. Norway is particularly susceptible to large rockslides due to its many fjords and steep mountains. One of the most dangerous hazards related with rock slope failures are tsunamis that can lead to large loss of life. It is therefore very important to systematically identify potential unstable rock slopes. Traditional landslide monitoring techniques are expensive and time consuming.

External Contact Person: 

T.R. Lauknes

Email: 

Tom-Rune.Lauknes [at] norut.no
Undefined

Bibliographic reference: 

Lauknes, T. R., Shanker, A. P., Dehls, J. F., Zebker, H. A., Henderson, I. H. C., & Larsen, Y. (2010). Detailed rockslide mapping in northern Norway with small baseline and persistent scatterer interferometric SAR time series methods. Remote Sensing of Environment114(9), 2097-2109.

Comparison between automated and manual mapping of typhoon triggered landslides from SPOT-5 imagery

Two large tropical cyclones struck Taiwan in the summer of 2004 and landslides triggered by these events caused not only casualties and housing damage but also produced large volumes of sediment that entered rivers and reservoirs. For reservoir and watershed management it is important to quickly identify the location and areal extent of new landslides for coordinating

External Contact Person: 

K. Chang

Email: 

ktchang [at] ntu.edu.tw
Undefined

Bibliographic reference: 

Borghuis, A. M., Chang, K., & Lee, H. Y. (2007). Comparison between automated and manual mapping of typhoon‐triggered landslides from SPOT‐5 imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing28(8), 1843-1856.

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