2011 Colombia floods

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This page is a manually created aggregator for information related to flooding throughout Colombia in 2011.

La Niña phenomenon started by 2010, please see 2010 Colombia floods for the beginning of floods in Colombia

Flood emergencies [Timeline]

El Charco, Nariño, 07-2011

Map link

Working areas (including other humanitarian issues) & Imagery request

The Colombia national community have the following request for aerial imagery covering:

Zone name & description Way Link
(or other link)
Problems & needs Etnology Porpose Mappers Sources
Indigenous and African descent Put .osm polygons here Normally towns affected by hazards, land problems and violence Farming, rice, fishing, gold. near shore culture people, openess trust trait. Low income and education Map all protected territories using new proposed tags for ethnicity and boudaries user: Federico El Explorador, Manchito, Harrierco, Humberto_Yances Bing, USGS (Orbview3), Local Communities Data.
La Mojana, is a natural flooded zone, localized at the low Magdalena river. https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=8.903&lon=-74.637&zoom=10&layers=M Every year in winter small village and towns gets flooded. Farming, rice, fishing, gold. near shore culture people, openess trust trait. Low income and educaction Map all flooded zone, updating flood prone and towns. Imagery for food analysys to determine extension user: andres_calderon; Humberto_Yances NASA, Spot, USGS (Orbview3).
Region of "Los Montes de María" https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=9.948&lon=-74.777&zoom=10&layers=C Land theft, paramilitar massacres (El Salado, Macayepo) and displacement. Agricultural and land people, tobbacco, cacao, palm. Create maps for this strategic region that can be used for emergency and field work by NGO and Universities. user: Humberto_Yances Spot, Geoeye Fundation
Armenia, Tunja, Tumaco, Quibdo, Florencia, Río Atrato. user: harrierco
Bucaramanga, Mesa de Los Santos, Panachi y El Canyon Chicamocha. https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=7.2332&lon=-72.9257&zoom=14&layers=M : https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=7.2332&lon=-72.9257&zoom=14&layers=M Map natural reserve parks with minery explotation risk user:bastien
Boyacá: Paz de Río, Socha, Socota, Sativa Sur https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=5.98677&lon=-72.74996&zoom=17 Explotación carbonifera y contaminación ambiental en la cuenca del río Chicamocha. user:jaime_mejia
Alto Andagueda: Bagadó,Tadó en el Choco. En Risaralda de los municipios de Pueblo Rico, Santa Cecilia, Mistrató, Supia https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit?lat=5.1116&lon=-76.1276&zoom=13 High levels of health deseases in indigenous people. "Mandé Norte Minnig Project Area" (bringing ecology, economic and social conflicts) Embera-kathios Map embera-kathios indigenous community centers user:OMNBUS
Duitama y sus alrededores, tunja y sogamoso https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=5.683&lon=-73.126&zoom=11&layers=M user: leonardo_gutierrez, user:bennet, user:dfoxpro
Ibague, Cuenca del río Coello desde la linea a Payande, volcan cerro Machin y Mocoa https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=4.3494&lon=-75.2741&zoom=12&layers=O user:harrierco
Manizales y alrededores (Chinchiná, Palestina, Parque de los Nevados - National Park). https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=5.071&lon=-75.507&zoom=11&layers=M https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=4.778&lon=-75.355&zoom=11&layers=M High population density within a tough topography, which favours landslides, specially during the rainy seasons. High vulcanic and seismic risk, particularly lahars. Maps for disaster response, prevention and preservation of a highly vulnerable páramo ecosystem. user: manchito
Costa Atlántica: Córdoba: Montería y zona sur; Sucre: la región de la Mojana entre Ayapel y Guaranda; Magdalena: El Banco, El Plato; Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Costa Pacífica (de norte a sur): Chocó: Riosucio, Juradó, Bojayá; Cauca: El Charco, Iscuandé; Nariño: Tumaco, Barbacoas. Centro y Oriente: Antioquia: Bajo Cauca (Tarazá, Cáceres, Zaragoza, El Bagre); Norte de Santander: Ocaña, Eje Cafetero: Volcanes Ruiz (sur de Manizales) y Volcán Machín (Cajamarca); Suroriente: Cauca: Toribío y Jambaló, Volcán Huila (al norte de Paez), Nariño: Samaniego, Los Andes, El Tambo, el volcán Galeras (al este de Pasto); Caquetá: San Vicente del Caguán: Meta: Mesetas-Vistahermosa-Uribe. https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=7.752&lon=-75.195&zoom=11&layers=M https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=7.4417&lon=-77.061&zoom=12&layers=M https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=2.9127&lon=-76.1714&zoom=12&layers=M https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=1.2198&lon=-77.3552&zoom=13&layers=M high disaster vulnerability; armed conflict; confined and displaced populations peasants, indigenous people, afros, extreme poverty maps for disaster response and prevention, humanitarian aid user:federico_explorador
Guatavita y alrededores https://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=4.93014&lon=-73.82761&zoom=15&layers=M maps for disaster response and prevention, humanitarian aid user: Amaeth

Imagery Sources

Geoeye Fundation

Between colaboration of humanitarian & research institutions is possible to request updated imagery to...




International Charter Space & Major Disasters

General supporting imagery

Bolivar, 05-2011

Using spectral imagery for floods: mapping & analysis

WMS at openstreetmap.co