On Sunday, southeastern Turkey was shaken by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake, causing major damage and taking hundreds of lives. The death toll has risen to at least 459 people and more than 1,350 people are injured.
Also Google has launched Person Finder, a crisis-response tool, that allows people to report missing persons. This site can be embedded into other sites and the data can be downloaded.
1. ESRI Turkey Earthquake Map – displays the origin and magnitude of the earthquake along with social media.
2. Google Crisis Response Turkey Earthquake – shows Turkish Red Crescent Branches, crisis management centers, and crowdmap reports.
3. Turkish Humanitarian Response Map – shows humanitarian response and relief efforts as of Oct 26th.
Picture from: New York Times
Map from: BBC
Sachiye Day, VERTICES intern. email@example.com