Flood Hazard GIS Files of Surigao City, Surigao del Norte

The dataset consists of zipped GIS Shapefiles of numerical model simulated flood extents and hazard levels for Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, under various rainfall scenarios. Each scenario has a corresponding probability of occurrence in any given year based on Rainfall-Intensity Duration Frequency (RIDF) curves generated by PAGASA for its Surigao City Station.

The GIS files were generated through flood modeling by the Phil-LiDAR 1.B.14 Project of Caraga State University using LiDAR-derived geospatial datasets, particularly Digital Terrain Model (DTM) as main source of topographic information. HEC HMS and HEC RAS 2D were utilized in the flood modeling and simulation.

To learn more about how the flood hazard GIS files were generated, please refer to the CSU Phil-LiDAR 1.B.14 Project Terminal Report at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1unJYxltWPWZe7kWyYTLYhsD0FBDR30wV/view?usp=sharing

The RIDF-based rainfall scenario-based flood hazard GIS files are described as follows:

*2-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 188.70 mm in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 50% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*5-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 386.50 mm in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 20% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*10-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 351.20 mm in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 10% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*25-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 433.00 in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 4% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*50-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 493.70 mm in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 2% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*100-year Rain Return Period Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches 553.90 mm in 24 hours. This rainfall scenario has 1% probability of occurrence in any given year.

*Tropical Storm Agaton 2014 Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches an amount equivalent to the rain brought about by Tropical Storm 'Agaton' (International Name: Lingling) which occurred last January 2014.

*Tropical Storm Seniang 2014 Flood Hazard GIS Files

This GIS file depicts the numerical model simulated flood extent and hazard levels that may be experienced if the rain falling in the watersheds within and upstream of the city reaches an amount equivalent to the rain brought about by Tropical Storm 'Seniang' (International Name: Jangmi) which occurred last December 2014.

The flood hazards are categorized into three (3):

  • Low Hazard: 0.1 m - 0.5 m flood depth

  • Medium Hazard: 0.5 m - 1.5 m flood depth

  • High Hazard: greater than 1.5 m flood depth

The dataset's terms of use are governed by the Phil-LiDAR 1 Program EULA available at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jhPTezK6vUE0UaqCgYK8V3Y2UPwoeaLC/view?usp=sharing

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Author Phil-LiDAR 1.B.14 Project, Caraga State University
Author Email Phil-LiDAR 1.B.14 Project, Caraga State University
Maintainer Caraga Center for Geo-Informatics (CCGeo), Caraga State University, Philippines
Maintainer Email Caraga Center for Geo-Informatics (CCGeo), Caraga State University, Philippines