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  • Cumulative Wind History

    This graphic shows how the size of the storm has changed, and the areas potentially affected so far by sustained winds of tropical storm force (in orange) and hurricane force...
  • farthest extent from the center of ETA

    The working best track wind radii are the farthest extent from the center of 34-, 50-, and 64-knot winds in each quadrant over the life of a tropical cyclone. The working...
  • EQ-NI-50

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-NI-475

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-NI-975

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-NI-10

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • CY-MEX-ERN-100

    This layer provides the 100 years return period for wind velocity [km/h] with regional effects by hurricane hazard; (Datum Northamerica WGS 1984) (Cell size ~20 km). This...
  • EQ-MEX-ERN-100

    This layer provides the 100 years return period for PGA [g] by seismic hazard (WGS 1984, cell size 0.2°x0.2°). ERN and Ingeniar Ltda. released a fully probabilistic seismic...
  • EQ-NI-1500

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-MEX-ERN-975

    This layer provides the 975 years return period for PGA [g] by seismic hazard (WGS 1984, cell size 0.2°x0.2°). ERN and Ingeniar Ltda. released a fully probabilistic seismic...
  • EQ-NI-2475

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-NI-250

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-MEX-ERN-475

    This layer provides the 475 years return period for PGA [g] by seismic hazard (WGS 1984, cell size 0.2°x0.2°). ERN and Ingeniar Ltda. released a fully probabilistic seismic...
  • EQ-NI-100

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-MEX-ERN-2475

    This layer provides the 2475 years return period for PGA [g] by seismic hazard (WGS 1984, cell size 0.2°x0.2°). ERN and Ingeniar Ltda. released a fully probabilistic seismic...
  • Servicio WMS, Regional, Programa GeoSUR, Mapa Integrado de América Central

    El servicio WMS ha sido creado por el Programa GeoSUR y ofrece acceso a diversos mapas del proyecto de integración de datos geoespaciales de América Central. Los datos contienen...
  • Case study of floods provoked by Hurricane Mitch in Lake Managua or Xolotlan,...

    This case presents images of Xolotlan before and after Hurricane Mitch. Between May 12 and December 12, 1998, the lake increased in size some 60 km2. Also, the Rio Tipitapa can...
  • Topography of the Rio San Juan and Lake Nicaragua Watersheds

    This map shows the topography of the Rio San Juan and Lake Nicaragua (Cocibolca) Watershed, and the area of Lake Managua or Xolotlán. Additionally, the analysis highlights flat...
  • Nicaragua

    The data for this 3D map of Nicaragua was captured during the 11-day Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) in February 2000, using a sophisticated radar system installed...
  • Floods along northern banks of Lake Managua, Nicaragua, 1 Sep 2010

    Using a recent Landsat-7 image for reference, flooded areas on the northern banks of Lake Managua or Xolotlán can be identified in this ASTER image. Within the small area...
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