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Google Earth Engine to train on Myanmar's waters resources needs survey
It was organised as part of Leapfrogging Delta in Myanmar, run by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and financed by the Dutch Ministry of Defence (RVO). This programme included presentation, interaction and, above all, hands-on work from the courseorial. This course was designed to enable students to use the fundamental features of the Google Earth Engine by working on specific Myanmar related software tools for managing Myanmar's waters.
Overall, both the attendees and the coaches rated the course as effective and useful, as the results of the evaluations show. The Google Earth Engine turned out to be advantageous over traditional GIS, imaging and modeling utilities because no time-consuming installations of softwares were required and problems related to incompatibilities with the users' laptop computers or restricted CPU speeds were averted.
Declining floodwater over Kyauktan Township, Yangon Division, Myanmar
The following chart shows the satellite-based lowering of the high tide level above the affected Kyauktan Township (MMR013024), just south of the capitol Yangon, Myanmar, with radar readings between May 7 and 10, 2008. Colour changes over submerged areas from green to reddish indicate a greater comparative decrease in flooding.
The deep bluish areas indicate the flooding on 7 May, which has not changed significantly since the flooding on 10 May 2008. The flooding monitoring and evaluation of the affected villages is a provisional study and has not yet been evaluated on site. Mapping ruler for A3: 1: 100,000; Projection: UTM Zone 46 North - WGS 1984.
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