Philippines

Flood in Philippines

English

Up to 40,000 people evacuated after torrential rains caused heavy flooding in the southern Philippines.

Source: glidenumber

 

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Disaster Type: 

Name: 

Flood in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000107-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

28/05/2010

latitude: 

13

longitude: 

122

Drought in Philippines

English

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) states that the El Niño in the Equatorial Pacific continues to sustain its moderate strength and is recently in his mature stage.

Disaster Type: 

Name: 

Drought in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

DR-2010-000030-PHL

Region: 

Regions I, II and XII

Occurance Date: 

19/02/2010

Landslide in Philippines

English

925 people affected by landslide due to continuous rains in Valencia, Cagdianao, Province of Dinagat Islands.

Source: www.glidenumber.net

Disaster Type: 

Country/Region: 

Name: 

Landslide

GLIDEnumber: 

LS-2010-000007-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

05/01/2010

Volcano in Philippines

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A total of 12,415 persons evacuated as Mayon Volcano explosions.

Source: www.glidenumber.net

Disaster Type: 

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Name: 

Volcano

GLIDEnumber: 

VO-2009-000259-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

15/12/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

English

Powereful typhoon Mirinae (Santi) hit several provinces in the Philippines, dozens of houses in coastal areas were swept away, about 50 houses were also destroyed by strong winds.

Source: http://www.glidenumber.net/glide/public/search/details.jsp?glide=18949.

Disaster Type: 

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Name: 

Mirinae (Santi)

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000230-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

31/10/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

English

The country prepared for the approaching Typhoon Lupit (locally known as Ramil), provoking serious concerns that an already battered population faces further hardships, including the threat of landslides and storm surges. The situation is exacerbated by the fact that the flooding caused by the two previous two typhoons has not receded, and current projections indicate that the soil has no more absorptive capacity with very limited possibilities for run-off.

Disaster Type: 

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Name: 

Tropical Cyclone

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000225-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

22/10/2009

Typhoon Parma Alert

English

Typhoon Parma, 180 km (110 miles) northeast of the island of Catanduanes in the central Philippines, gaining strength as it headed west-northwest toward the Luzon mainland, bringing heavy rain. Expected to make landfall near the northeastern province of Isabela on Saturday. Philippines declared a nationwide state of calamity. Concerns about the effects of more rain on the relief work in already flooded areas.

Disaster Type: 

Country/Region: 

Name: 

Parma

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000214-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

02/10/2009

GIST Data Sets Philippines

Last update: 13/11/2013

further data sources for Philippines (Haiyan): Open here

GIST is currently processing the 44 200K Russian topographic sheets covering the area of the Philippines affected by Typhoon Ketsana and will publish them next week.

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UN-SPIDER Update: Philippines - Typhoon Ketsana - Space-based Information Status Update

 

 

 

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Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

English

Typhoon Ketsana hit the main island of Luzon on Sept. 26, with the resulting floods affecting tens of thousands of people and forcing the Philippines to appeal for international aid.

Disaster Type: 

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GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000205-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

26/09/2009

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