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Kate Chapman
Mapping an entire country forexposure using crowd-sourcing.     What would it take?
•Wall Type•Roof Type•Number of Stories•Construction Type•Building Usage
confined          unconfinedunreinforced masonry
Helping GroupsAlready Mapping
Walking-Papers.org
What Happened so Far?•41,000 Buildings Mapped•9 Community Facilitator Workshops•5 University Workshops/Competition•Intensi...
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?
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Transcript of "Mapping an Entire Country for Exposure?"

  1. 1. Kate Chapman
  2. 2. Mapping an entire country forexposure using crowd-sourcing. What would it take?
  3. 3. •Wall Type•Roof Type•Number of Stories•Construction Type•Building Usage
  4. 4. confined unconfinedunreinforced masonry
  5. 5. Helping GroupsAlready Mapping
  6. 6. Walking-Papers.org
  7. 7. What Happened so Far?•41,000 Buildings Mapped•9 Community Facilitator Workshops•5 University Workshops/Competition•Intensive Mapping of 2 Villages•Used for Disaster Planning Exercise
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