Projects


#417 Detecting forest disturbance around the Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica.

This project aims to increase public involvement in the detection of small and large disturbances affecting humid forests around and inside the Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica. Participants will identify and delineate agricultural and urban expansion affecting humid forests occurred over the course of the most recent year (2016-2017). This information will identifying threats to the National Park and its buffer areas and help local park managers make informed decisions to promote specific conservation actions in the ground.

Created by Nwasi - Updated - Priority: medium

#391 Better Preparedness: Dam Flooding Ethiopia

The aim of this project is to build out the community infrastructure for flood risk management downstream of hydro-power dams.

Created by RAHinton - Updated - Priority: medium

#466 Kinshasa University, DRC

October 7th Mapping Party in Kinshasa

Created by clairedelune - Updated - Priority: medium

#403 Missing Maps: Amman

Mapping buildings and adding street names in English and Arabic.

Created by Grga Basic - Updated - Priority: medium

#504 Gnishik Area, Armenia: Buildings & ruins

This is the second of the two proposed areas for next year's TCT-Building camps. With this task we will focus on tracing buildings & ruins to the highest possible quality. This will help the trail design process, the development work when people would be on the ground, as well as the map production for this area for the hikers to come.

Created by Sidapo - Updated - Priority: medium

#563 Map Your City : Comilla

Reaching for Comilla and to map the city to it's block level including landmarks. Will also have Mapillary street level photos taken as a part of the mapping. This will also include mapping the road network in the outskirts of the region. This will ensure the proper navigation & routing possible for Comilla using OpenStreetMap, which will be very helpful for NGOs, Governments and humanitarian agencies.It will also create an opportunity for all the organizations to plan different innovative ways using OpenStreetMap.

Created by tasauf1980 - Updated - Priority: low

#516 OSM Geography Awareness Week - 2C Pokhara Mapathon

We will be learning how to map landuse. In order to do this we will be mapping forests of Kaski district. To complete this mapping within four hours we will be learining about the 'Fast Draw' tool in JOSM that allows us to quickly creating lines and polygons.

Created by Gaurav Thapa - Updated - Priority: low

#459 SCU 士林無障礙環境調查

調查士林地區主要商圈無障礙環境

Created by casehsu - Updated - Priority: medium

#513 OSMGeoWeek Mapathon: Yuma, Arizona

This task is centered on the city of Yuma, in the southwestern corner of Arizona. The objective of the task is to add buildings and re-align existing roads with the imagery.

Created by MaggieMaps - Updated - Priority: medium

#488 GWU Botswana Study Abroad

Data creation for study abroad course to D'kar, Botswana.

Created by RAHinton - Updated - Priority: medium
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