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Southeast Asia

Flooding in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

NO2 levels in Southeast Asia are far lower than in the U.S., Western Europe and East Asia.  Nevertheless, there were areas of increases in some countries, such as Thailand and Vietnam, including the expanding industrial parks of the cities of Hanoi and Haiphong.  Large decreases occurred over a few cities, such as Jakarta (Indonesia), though the causes are unknown.

Image Credit: 
MODIS Rapid Response Team, Goddard Space Flight Center.

Bangkok

Bangkok Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
-2.79
2016 Avg. NO2: 
4.35

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
20.21
2016 Avg. NO2: 
1.53

Manila

Manila Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
7.13
2016 Avg. NO2: 
2.09

Jakarta

Jakarta Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
-40.72
2016 Avg. NO2: 
5.35

Port Moresby

Port Moresby Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
29.42
2016 Avg. NO2: 
0.22

Surabaya

Surabaya Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
-8.84
2016 Avg. NO2: 
2.43

Bandung

Bandung Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
0.72
2016 Avg. NO2: 
1.00

Singapore

Singapore Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
-5.70
2016 Avg. NO2: 
4.78

Yangoon

Yangoon Line Plot 2005-2016
Change in NO2: 
35.48
2016 Avg. NO2: 
0.76