Here’s the latest as of 12:30 p.m. today, Fri., October 14, 2011.
See my previous Thailand flooding posts for an overview of the situation. This brief dispatch will cover some new maps, as they seem hard to come by.
The Nation today has a detailed map, based on government data, of Bangkok areas that could be at risk in the weeks ahead:
Here’s a bigger version.
The Google.org Crisis Response service has a map of Thailand displaying data from various sources. Here’s an embedded image, below.
On the right side of the map, you can choose to display various data sources.
This led me to a detailed UN map showing flood waters in central Thailand as of Oct. 11.
Here’s a screen grab, below.
The full 3.5 MB PDF file can be downloaded here.
Stay tuned. As ever, you can follow me on Twitter for more updates.
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