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#2042 M7,8 Earthquake in Ecuador, Manta - Post-event imagery

(post event damage assessement)

An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit the coastal region of Ecuador on April, 16th at 23:58 UTC. This major event was followed by several posterior quakes (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map). The tasks consists on drawing roads, towns, villages, for coordinating help efforts from government institutions and civil society initiatives of rescue. Infrastructure has been damaged and the main access roads are blocked, leaving coastal towns disconnected from rescue efforts.

More information in http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ES:2016_Ecuador_earthquake

Created by Humberto_Yances - Updated - Priority: medium

#1924 M7,8 Earthquake in Ecuador, Bahía de Caráquez - Post-event imagery

PILOT PROJECT: Only for experienced JOSM mappers (post event damage assessement)

An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit the coastal region of Ecuador on April, 16th at 23:58 UTC. This major event was followed by several posterior quakes (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map). The tasks consists on drawing roads, towns, villages, for coordinating help efforts from government institutions and civil society initiatives of rescue. Infrastructure has been damaged and the main access roads are blocked, leaving coastal towns disconnected from rescue efforts.

More information in http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ES:2016_Ecuador_earthquake

Created by Humberto_Yances - Updated - Priority: low

#1862 M7,8 Earthquake in Ecuador 16/04/16: Chone - Pleiades post-event imagery

PILOT PROJECT: Only for experienced JOSM mappers (post event damage assessement)

An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit the coastal region of Ecuador on April, 16th at 23:58 UTC. This major event was followed by several posterior quakes (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map). The tasks consists on drawing roads, towns, villages, for coordinating help efforts from government institutions and civil society initiatives of rescue. Infrastructure has been damaged and the main access roads are blocked, leaving coastal towns disconnected from rescue efforts.

More information in http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ES:2016_Ecuador_earthquake

Created by Humberto_Yances - Updated - Priority: low

#1846 M7,8 Earthquake in Ecuador-16/04/2016: Canton Atacames - Ecuador SigTierras Pre-event imagery - Editar

An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit the coastal region of Ecuador on April, 16th at 23:58 UTC. This major event was followed by several shocks (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map). The tasks consists on drawing roads, towns, villages, for coordinating help efforts from government institutions and civil society initiatives of rescue. Infrastructure has been damaged and the main access roads are blocked, leaving coastal towns disconnected from rescue efforts.

Created by temporalista - Updated - Priority: low

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