The map displays the number of event(s) recorded per Region, as derived from warning agencies and offices.
Blue colored Region = no report event
Red colored Region = with reported event(s); darker shade means more reported events
Click on the desired region to display latest report generated.
Click on “View All Reports” to access all reports generated for the particular event.
Click on “Export” to download a copy of the desired report.
All information generated by the NDRRMC Monitoring Dashboard are duly attributed to the following:
Department of Science and Technology Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (DOST-PAGASA)
Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS)
Office of Civil Defense (OCD) through the Regional Offices
Other contributory stakeholders and information sources
An earthquake is a weak to violent shaking of the ground produced by the sudden movement of rock materials below the earth’s surface (phivolcs.dost.gov.ph). The Dashboard covers earthquakes with magnitude 3.0 and above, based on DOST-PHIVOLCS reports and GeoRiskPH.
A tsunami is a series of sea waves commonly generated by under-the-sea earthquakes and whose heights could be greater than 5 meters. It is erroneously called tidal waves and sometimes mistakenly associated with storm surges. Tsunamis can occur when the earthquake is shallow-seated and strong enough to displace parts of the seabed and disturb the mass of water over it (phivolcs.dost.gov.ph). The Dashboard covers warnings and advisories on tsunamis based on DOST-PHIVOLCS’ reports.
A volcano is a vent, hill or mountain from which molten or hot rocks with gaseous material have been ejected. It can also refer to craters, depressions, hills or mountains formed by removal of pre-existing material or by accumulation of ejected materials (phivolcs.dost.gov.ph). The Dashboard covers the regular monitoring of volcanic activities for Taal, Kanlaon, Mayon and Bulusan, based on DOST-PHIVOLCS’ reports.
DOST-PAGASA measures the amount of rainfall generated typically within one hour. The Dashboard covers the DOST-PAGASA’s reports if a locality is under Yellow (between 7.5 mm and 15 mm within one hour), Orange (between 15 mm and 30 mm within one hour), or Red (more than 30 mm within one hour or if rainfall has continued for the past three hours and is more than 65 mm) based on DOST-PAGASA reports.
General Flood Advisory
Severe Weather Bulletin
The Dashboard covers the DOST-PAGASA’s reports about the present weather, forecast rainfall and the watercourses that are likely to be affected, thereby resulting to flood.
The Dashboard covers the DOST-PAGASA’s reports about the localities, especially the coastal areas, with Gale Warning to help inform the communities not to venture into the bodies of water due to strong wind and big waves.
The Dashboard covers the DOST-PAGASA’s reports about major weather disturbances within the Philippine Area of Responsibility such as Tropical Cyclones.
The Dashboard covers information about major incidents caused by various natural and human-induced hazards, as reported by the OCD Regional Offices and other relevant information sources.