This point dataset aggregrates Copernicus building damage data derived from post-event satellite imagery into a single dataset. Within the areas analysed, individual buildings are classified as damage/destroyed/none/possibly damaged. Separate datasets show the footprint of the areas analysed, and a hex grid analysis of building counts.
September 21, 2016
| Dataset date: Sep 20, 2016
List of geodatasets collected for MapAction’s earthquake response deployment to Tanzania, 17/09/2016. These are intended for initial field mapping rather than being a comprehensive listing. Other datasets from the deployment will be published as they become available.
March 2, 2016
| Dataset date: Feb 26, 2016
General Information about the structure of this document
This document contains the following four tab sheets: 'New Tikina Alphabetical', 'New TIKINA PCODE Hierachical', 'Old Tikina' and 'Settlements'. All tabs contain the Pcode information and population information. Contained within these PCODE products are:
1. A hierarchical coding for admin levels which consist of:
a. Division (admin level 1)
b. Province (admin level 2)
c. Tikina (admin level 3) - these relate to the new consolidated Tikina as promoted by Fiji Bureau of Statistics
d. Old or Traditional Tikina (admin level 4) – these are traditional boundaries. Formally this is not a Level 4 admin dataset, and there are some discrepancies between level 3 and level 4 boundaries.
Settlement Pcodes – this dataset is a simple numerical list in alphabetical order of all known settlements. The settlement data are shown in their respective admin areas (Division/Province/Tikina with the PCODE numbers of those admin zones)
November 25, 2015
| Dataset date: Sep 17, 2015
Shapefile containing numbers of affected people and households in Dominica. The data also shows number of damaged buildings (destroyed, major and minor) as collated by the Dominica Red Cross as of 17 September 2015.
November 24, 2015
| Dataset date: Apr 28, 2015
These sites are those reported as visited or pending/onoing ('to visit' in the status column) as of end 28 April 2015.
The 'visited' coordinates come from the international Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team reports as provided to the Virtual OSOCC and to the USAR coordination centre and are from GPS.
The 'to visit' sites come from the government of Nepal as a list of names to which we have attempted to assign coordinates.
The site names are often ambiguous so these coordinates are approximate.
The list of visited sites is incomplete because there are international USAR teams that have not reported their visited sites.
Also, this list DOES NOT INCLUDE NEPALI USAR TEAM SITES VISITED.
This list was compiled by MapAction (www.mapaction.org)