Sunday, 3 July 2016

Nepal Earthquake resource

Spending part of today on the 3rd and 4th drafts of some of the documents which will emerge in the new term as a resource produced for the British Red Cross, which focuses on the earthquake in Nepal.

It's been a long time in the making, and we have been through lots of iterations of resources and materials. Today I've been looking at some of the excellent maps that are shared on their Github site.
This map was made using OpenStreetMap - users traced around tarpaulins on aerial photos to show where houses were damaged.

You can sign up to find out more about the resource when it is released here.

Thanks to Helen and Lucy for their patience and support as the year has gone on... we're nearly there now.

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