Product ID: 1420 - English
Published: 15 Feb, 2010
GLIDE: EQ-2010-000009-HTI

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This map presents an interpolated building damage intensity surface as assessed from both satellite and aerial survey imagery covering downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Damaged buildings were classified according to visually-assessed damage levels. This work is done at the request of UNDP, and in support of the UN-led efforts in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake. Swisstopo and the Remote Sensing Laboratories (RSL) at the University of Zurich provided extensive pre-crisis building data in direct technical support of this UN damage analysis. Initial reference data were received from collaborative centers (European Commission JRC with the support of the Stability Instrument; Sertit/Space Charter) and other supporting entities (ITHACA, DLR, OSM). This analysis will be validated in the field during PDNA and recovery activities. Map scale for A3: 1:7,500 (for A4 prints: 1:10,500), Projection : UTM Zone 18 North - NAD-83.
Satellite Data : WorldView-2
Imagery Dates : 19 Dec.2009 / 7-15 Jan. 2010
Resolution : 50cm
Copyright : DigitalGlobe
Aerial Photos : NOAA / Google
Imagery Date : 18 Jan / 21 Jan 2010
Copyright : NOAA / Google
Building Data : Swisstopo/RSL-Zurich/UNOSAT
Landcover Data : CNIGS, Infoterra, OSM, OCHA
Road & Urban Data : Open Street Map
Place Names : OCHA, Google Map Maker
Elevation Data : ASTER GDEM
Source : METI & NASA 2009
Damage Analysis : UNITAR / UNOSAT
Map Production : UNITAR / UNOSAT