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Aqua Monitor: Thailand (1985-2016)

The Deltares Aqua Monitor is the first instrument that operates on a global scale, with a resolution of up to 30 metres, to show where water has been transformed into land and vice-versa. It uses freely available satellite data and the Google Earth Engine, a platform for the planetary-scale scientific analysis of geospatial datasets that is now open to the general public.

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Field Value
Dataset topic category
  • Floods
  • Rural water supply
  • SDG 6 Clean water and sanitation
  • English
Dataset reference date January 1, 2016
Temporal extent's start date January 1, 1985
Temporal extent's end date January 1, 2016
  • Thailand
West bounding coordinates 97.34144418719136
East bounding coordinates 105.63648752075102
South bounding coordinates 5.608182318758175
North bounding coordinates 20.46541880281094
Spatial Reference System WGS 84 (EPSG:4326) (CRS:84)
Lineage Deltares Aqua Monitor (
Responsible party Genna Donchyts Deltares Software Center +31 (0)88 335 8188

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Keywords surface water
Date uploaded October 2, 2019, 14:03 (UTC)
Date modified January 15, 2021, 20:27 (UTC)