jgc at arkemie.com
Sun May 31 10:12:26 UTC 2015
Thanks for this list of links John, and also for the landslides you had
traced and sent to this list on May 12.
After a request for information about landslides from Nepal echoed by
Kathmandu Living Labs, I've started a uMap collecting available vector
Nepal landslide inventories datasets, at http://u.osmfr.org/m/41452/
It includes in particular the dataset from BGS, Durham U & al dated 8
May 2015 that was available via HDX, the "28 May" update described by
Earthquakes without Frontiers
and landslide data extracted from Copernicus emergency management
service shapefiles. As well as your dataset, John, and the
"hazard=landslide" data available in OSM (including via a live overpass
query as an optional layer). The sources are described in the "Credits"
section, under the legend, with links for more details.
If someone wishes to help editing the uMap, just tell me. It would also
be interesting to know of other sources that could be added.
Le 14/05/2015 16:35, john o'l a écrit :
> >Hi all,
> >I am looking for landslide inventory for the recent earthquake event.
> Can someone help with suitable pointers.
> >I appreciate the time and efforts invested by the entire team!
> Hello Rubini,
> I'm starting to collect pointers to aid in landslide hazard mapping
> and many of the recent inventories appear to be works in progress. I
> believe most of these have been mentioned elswhere in this maillist
> but I haven't checked all the licensing info on them, in any case,
> they appear to be good places to start:
> Earthquakes Without Frontiers have a blog http://ewf.nerc.ac.uk/blog/
> that provides updated information and landslide maps, they highlight
> concern over the status of the Sun Koshi landslide dam in their May
> 12th post:
> The Humanitarian Data Exchange provides a page with downloadable
> landslide data https://data.hdx.rwlabs.org/dataset/lands and one with
> more resources (I haven't gone through many of these yet):
> I'm not sure if one of these is regularly more current than the other,
> but University of Michigan has a couple of pages that provide some
> useful visualizations including Landslide Dam Hazard Analysis:
> The AGU Landslide blog may provide useful pointers
> http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/ such as
> http://www.icimod.org/?q=17851 their links page looks very good. I
> believe this is one of them
> Another resource:
> I imagine some of these overlap and share data, but I don't have a
> feel yet for all the ins and outs.
> --> If you are aware of or come across any additional resources please
> pass them along, even if they seem out of date... an older inventory
> would be very useful for comparison and could help us determine
> additional areas that may be particularly susceptible to reactivation.
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