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Cyclone Amphan: Seen with Google Earth Engine

Hello everyone! I created an app to visualize the impact of cyclone Amphan in Bangladesh and India with Google Earth Engine. This app takes all the Sentinel-1 images starting from 2017 and gives you a nice side-by-side presentation of the flooded areas in the region.

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Cyclone Amphan: A quick look with Sentinel-1

On May 20 this year a tropical cyclone called Amphan hit India and Bangladesh. This super cyclone destroyed everything in its way in Southeast India and Bangladesh damaging over US$13 billion surpassing all records in the last decade. In this article we will have a quick look at Sentinel-1 satellite image and see how this damages look.

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A quick tour to Google Earth Engine App

Hello everyone. This is quick tour to create an app using Google Earth Engine. I have created a flood status map for Northeast Bangladesh using Sentinel-1 satellite image and then converted the code to an app so that anyone can play around with it without logging into their Gmail account.

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Making use of GDAL, RSGISLib and OTB with Python

Today getting a good raster processing environment is not so difficult.┬áThe computers are cheaper, storage components are bigger and prices are lower than any time before. Internet is full of tutorials and tips for people who want to start building their own remote sensing lab. This post will reintroduce three most common open-source raster and vector processing libraries which anyone can use – GDAL, RSGISLib Python library and Orfeo Toolbox. Continue reading

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