Projects


#247 Arrêt Royal et environs, Kinshasa, RDC

Cette tâche est à destination des contributeurs OSM congolais réunis ce 3 septembre 2016.

Created by clairedelune - Updated - Priority: medium

#245 University of Cape Coast, UCC Geographical Society - YouthMappers chapter

Students from the UCC Geographical Society YouthMappers chapter are receiving a introduction to OpenStreetMap training. This project is an exercise for becoming familiar with OSM editing tools while creating a detailed map of their campus.

Created by geocruizer - Updated - Priority: medium

#244 Salima Flood risk mapping

Salima District lies in central part of Malawi along Lakes Malawi. It is one of the areas in the country that are frequently flooded. This project is part of scaling up Community Mapping and Data Preparedness in Malawi - Survey Department, Department of Disaster Management Affairs in Malawi and Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction

Created by GOduori - Updated - Priority: medium

#243 OSM DhakaCollege Project

Please use ID Editor or JOSM and use both available images when tracing.

Created by Atikur Rahman atik - Updated - Priority: medium

#242 #Map4America: Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana

The small Native American community of Biloxi Chitimacha Choctaw is vulnerable to land subsidence and sea level rise. This task is to document existing features in a community directly affected by climate change. Read more at http://www.isledejeancharles.com/ See also the multimedia article at the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/03/us/resettling-the-first-american-climate-refugees.html

Created by sejohnson - Updated - Priority: medium

#241 #Map4America: Delacroix, Louisiana

A small community in Louisiana threatened by coastline erosion and increased exposure to natural disaster due to climate change.

Created by sejohnson - Updated - Priority: low

#240 Machinga Flood risk maping

Malawi has been traditionally vulnerable to natural disasters because of its unique geo-climatic conditions. From 1979 to 2015, natural disasters affected over 22 million people and killed about 2,650 people. The main types of natural hazards include floods, droughts, earthquakes, and landslides. The country also faces human-induced and biological disasters, such as environmental degradation and epidemics respectively. Malawi’s vulnerability is primarily linked to specific geo-climatic factors: (i) the influence of the El Niño and La Niña phenomena on the country’s climate, and the tropical cyclones developing in the Mozambique Channel, resulting in highly erratic rainfall patterns; and (ii) the location of the country along a tectonically active boundary between two major African plates within the great East African Rift System, causing earthquakes and landslides. The intensity and frequency of climate related disasters is likely to increase in light of climate change. Generally there is an unequal distribution of rainfall causing localized dry spells as well as floods. The magnitude, frequency and impact of disasters have been increasing, in light of climate change, population growth and environmental degradation. The number of people affected by these disasters has increased sharply since 1990. Currently approximately 15percent of the rural population lives on the fringes of high flood-risk areas. In order to build resiliency to natural hazards and to inform the current risk reduction activities in Malawi, such as the IFRMP and the PDNA, there is a need to scale up collection of geospatial data in the six districts of Karonga, Salima, Mangochi, Machinga, Blantyre and Balaka in order to inform decision- making and promote data preparedness

Created by GOduori - Updated - Priority: medium

#238 Cluj Napoca (Autumn 2016)

After a summer of road works and new housing developments it's time to update the map

Created by Dragos Andronic - Updated - Priority: medium

#237 EcoLink project mapping fix forest@RGU

EcoLink project mapping

Created by kanji14134 - Updated - Priority: medium

#235 Untitled project

Created by kanji14134 - Updated - Priority: medium
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