Site 1 (River Indus and Punjnud)
Flood inundation using Landsat-8 and Sentinel-1 SAR images of July (Before Flood/ Actual River Condition) and August (during Flood event) Maps of location and temporal distribution of water surfaces in the region over the past 32 years.
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Change in Surface water (Data acquired from Global Surface Water Explorer)
Change Intensity map provides information on where surface water occurrence increased, decreased or remained the same between 1984-1999 and 2000-2015. The red color represents a decrease of 100% whereas navy blue color represent an increase of 100%. The mid value assigned black color shows areas where there has been no change.
Recurrence (Data acquired from Global Surface Water Explorer)
The Recurrence map provides information concerning the inter-annual behavior of water surfaces and captures the frequency with which water returns from year to year. Where the least probability of recurrence is 8% and maximum probability is 100%.
Occurrence (Data acquired from Global Surface Water Explorer)
The least probability of occurrence of water is 1% whereas the maximum probability is 93%
Extend (Data acquired from Global Surface Water Explorer.)
The Maximum Water Extent provides information on all the locations ever detected as water over the 32-year period. It is the union of all of the other data-sets.
Transition (Data acquired from Global Surface Water Explorer)
The Transitions map provides information on the change in seasonality between the first and last years and captures changes between the three classes of not water, seasonal water and permanent water.
River Condition extracted using Sentinel-1 SAR (13th July) with 10 meter resolution.
River Condition extracted using Sentinel-1 SAR (6th August) with 10 meter resolution.
River condition extracted using Landsat-8 (9th July 2015) with 30 meter resolution
River condition extracted using Landsat-8 (10 August) with 30 meter resolution
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