Aug 19, 2013

Flood Alert Level Guide & Online Resources for Monitoring Marikina River & Floods

Marikina City has a four-stage alarm level system for the Marikina River:
  • Alarm Level 1, when the water is 15 meters above sea level, means "warning" (babala)
  • Alarm Level 2, when the water is 16 meters above sea level, means "prepare" (maghanda)
  • Alarm Level 3, when the water is 17 meters above sea level, means "evacuate" (lumikas)
Stock Photo - Marikina River
These alarm levels are based on the depth of water in Marikina River (Sto. Nino). Malanday, Nangka and Tumana are considered critical areas.





Also follow these Twitter accounts for Marikina updates.

Marikina Public Information Office
PIO Marikina ‏@MarikinaPIO
https://twitter.com/MarikinaPIO

Official Twitter Account of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-DOST)
PAGASA-DOST @dost_pagasa
https://twitter.com/dost_pagasa

Marikina Local Government Unit
Marikina LGU ‏@MarikinaLGU
https://twitter.com/MarikinaLGU

Rescue PH
RescuePH ‏ @RescuePH
https://twitter.com/RescuePH
We coordinate with rescue units in the Philippines. Please use the hashtag

For regular updates on the Marikina water level, access 
for important information about Marikina River Water Level including rainfall in Antipolo, Montalban and other watersheds and Typhoon updates.
UPDATE: As of July 2015, the link above does not work anymore.
Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards)
http://noah.dost.gov.ph/
Project NOAH is the Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) response to the call of President Benigno S. Aquino III for a more accurate, integrated, and responsive disaster prevention and mitigation system, especially in high-risk areas throughout the Philippines.

Project NOAH is also available as a mobile application on the Android platform.

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