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Floods in Indonesia

English

Three villages have been engulfed by floods after the Kota Panjang hydro-power station (PLTA) was forced to release water to maintain the water level in the reservoir following high rainfall at upstream areas.

Source: http://www.glidenumber.net/glide/public/search/details.jsp?glide=19106

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Floods in Indonesia

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000096-IDN

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Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

08/04/2010

latitude: 

-7

longitude: 

110

Flood in Indonesia

English

A flood have occured in Karawang District, West Java-Indonesia. The Citarum river has overflowed for 4 days recently since March 21, 2010. It has inundated More than 5000 houses in 21 villages (7 subdistricts). The depth of inundated area in Pakisjaya subdistrict has reached 2.5 meter.

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Flood in Indonesia

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000063-IDN

Region: 

West Java-Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

21/03/2010

Landslide in Indonesia

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A huge landslide buried a village in Indonesia's West Java early on Tuesday, killing at least four people and burying 40 others, local media said.

Source GLIDEnumber

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Landslide in Indonesia

GLIDEnumber: 

LS-2010-000033-IDN

Region: 

Indonesia's West Java

Occurance Date: 

23/02/2010

Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN)

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, was established in 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand. Today, the organizaton has ten Member StatesThe motto of the ASEAN is “One Vision, One Identity, One Community”.

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Landslide

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Landslides have killed at least 14 people and buried 20 houses in South Sulawesi province, Indonesia.

http://www.glidenumber.net/glide/public/search/details.jsp?glide=18956.

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Landslide

GLIDEnumber: 

LS-2009-000236-IDN

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Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

09/11/2009

UN-SPIDER UPDATE: INDONESIA- EARTHQUAKE - SPACE-BASED INFORMATION STATUS UPDATE

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Earthquake in Indonesia

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On 9/30/2009 10:16:11 AM UTC an earthquake of magnitude 7.9 and depth 87km has struck an highly populated area in the Sumatera Barat Province (population: 4.3 million) in Indonesia. GDACS estimates the likelihood for need of international humanitarian intervention to be high (Red alert). It is likely that a tsunami was generated. The maximum tsunami wave height near the coast of Indonesia, Padang will be 3.9m

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GLIDEnumber: 

TS-2009-000211-IDN

Region: 

Indonesia, Sumatra

Occurance Date: 

30/09/2009

Earthquake in Indonesia

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A major earthquake struck Java on 3 September 2009. At least 57 people were killed, hundreds of people were injur d and thousands of houses were destroyed or damaged.

Source: International Charter

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n/a

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Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

03/09/2009

Flash Floods in Indonesia

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At least 38 people were killed in flash floods in a remote region of Indonesia's North Sumatra province Tuesday, a spokesman for the provincial government said.

Source: Glide number

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GLIDEnumber: 

FF-2009-9-15-IDN

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Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

15/09/2009

UN-SPIDER further strengthens its role in the Asia Pacific region

UN-SPIDER was invited recently to participate and contribute to two major meetings in the Asia Pacific region: The first meeting was the 2nd Joint Project Team Meeting for Sentinel Asia Step 2 which brought together over 100 participants from 44 organisations from 18 countries, including new members from Central Asia and which was held in Bali, Indonesia from 15th to 17th July.

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Tue, 15/09/2009 - 22:30

latitude: 

-8

longitude: 

111

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