Berlin, Germany, June 10, 2013—Many regions of Germany, and other parts of Central Europe, have been hit severely by flooding in early June in the wake of unusually heavy rain.
RapidEye was able to deliver first images of affected areas in Eastern Germany on June 5.
DLR’s Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (ZKI) used RapidEye satellite imagery to quickly map the areas most affected by the current floods. Click here to get an overview of recent map products produced by DLR-ZKI.
Click here to see RapidEye images of areas along the Elbe River, Germany, affected by the most current floods in the wake of unusually heavy rain. Images are from June 05, 2013.
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