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: : Cabra River Early Alert System (SAT) : :

Why a SAT in the Cabra river basin?

(News Sampling – Eastern Panama)

Rescuers

Cabra river Floods in September 17th 2004

Floods 2004

The city of Panama, main demographic concentration and of development of th country

Panama City Map

Regional Localization

Basin Location

In the district of Panama, im the Pacific Ocean shore, between the Tatare and Tocumen rivers. Limits to the north with Jefe Hill, to the south with the Bay of Panama. The main river is the Cabra river.

Basin Location

Affected areas by the Cabra river floods

Affected Areas

The Pacora SAT system consists of:

Satellite transmission rain gauge in Pelon Hill, in Cerro Azul
Current Data

Rain gauge

Telemetric hydrological station - Rancho Cafe community in Cerro Azul heights
Current Data

Telemetric hydrological station

Satellite transmission rain gauge in Pelon Hill, in Cerro Azul heights
Current Data

Satellite transmission rain gauge

>Telemetric hydrological station - Rancho Cafe community in Cerro Azul heights
Current Data

Telemetric hydrological station

Monitoring Chart for the lower part of the Cabra river SAT basin

Tabla de Monitoreo

5.30 meters General Floods in Eastern Panama

5.0 meters Red Alert start

4.0 meters Population evacuation start in the river bank and the lower parts.

2.5 meters Monitor Start Yellow Alert

2.0 meters Green Alert

These rulers are located in three strategic sites

El Manantial, bridge of the old Chepo road

El Manantial

Limnimetric rulers in the communities: Nueva Esperanza, Arnulfo Arias Madrid, Caminos de Omar

Limnimetric rulers

Limnimetric rulers in front of the bridge of the new Chepo road

Limnimetric rulers
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