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003_hti_hazardgeology_liquefactionincidents_point_022010 (cnigs.spatialdata:003_hti_hazardgeology_liquefactionincidents_point_022010)

No abstract provided

Building damage assessment due to Hurricane Matthew in Port-à-Piment (geonode:emsr185_21portapiment_02grading_v1_9000_settlements_point_grading)

Building damage assessment performed by Copernicus EMS (http://emergency.copernicus.eu) in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew

Haiti Wave Height Zones (Zones Hauteur des Vagues) [05.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:haiti_wave_height_zones_zones_hauteur_des_vagues_05_2010)

This map layer shows Haiti's possible tsunami wave areas under different scenarios. It was created by NATHAT Project, using information digital bathimetric models, and field observations, in May 2010. [It can be improved in the basic tsunami modeling]

Haiti Landcover (Occupation du Sol), SPOT-CNIGS [04.1998] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_biota_landcover_spot_cnigs_041998_polygon)

This polygon vector layer shows Haiti's landcover. The map is drawn at a 1:300,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps and SPOT image, 1998. [This information needs updating on a better scale, for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Landcover (Couverture du Sol) AVHRR satellite, GLCF [03.1995] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_biota_landcoveravhrr_polygon_031995)

This polygon vector layer shows Haiti's landcover, with a global legend in 14 classes. It was created from the raster data of the Global Land Cover Facility (http://glcf.umiacs.umd.edu/index.shtml), from the AVHRR satellites, with data acquired between 1981 and 1994.

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level 2 (Commune), CNIGS - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_communes_adm2_cnigs_line)

This line vector layer shows the official boundary data intended to provide the delimitation of the 140 communes within Haiti. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level 2 (Commune), CNIGS - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_communes_adm2_cnigs_polygon)

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level 2 (Commune), CNIGS - polygons

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level1 (Department), CNIGS - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_departements_adm1_cnigs_line)

This line vector layer shows the official boundary data intended to provide the delimitation of the 10 departments within Haiti. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level1 (Department), CNIGS - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_departements_adm1_cnigs_polygon)

This polygon vector layer shows the official boundary data intended to provide the delimitation of the 10 departments within Haiti. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti and Dominican Republic international boundaries, MINUSTAH - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_international_cnigs_polygon)

Official boundary polygon data intended to provide the official boundaries of between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti international boundary with the Dominican Republic, MINUSTAH - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_international_minustah_line)

This vector line data layer shows the official boundary polyline data intended to provide the official boundary between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. It has been published by the MINUSTAH

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level 3 (Section communale), CNIGS - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_sections_communales_adm3_cnigs_line)

This line vector layer shows the official boundary data intended to provide the delimitation of the 570 communal sections within Haiti. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti Administrative Boundaries Admin Level 3 (Section communale), CNIGS - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundaries_sections_communales_adm3_cnigs_polygon)

This polygon vector layer shows the official boundary data intended to provide the delimitation of the 570 communal sections within Haiti. This dataset has been published by the Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale in Haiti (CNIGS). There is no sharing restriction.

Haiti Country Limits (Limites terrestres du pays), CNIGS [06.2006] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_boundary_country_polygon_062006)

This polygon vector layer shows the political limit of Haiti, taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Centre National de l'Information Géo Spatiale in June, 2006. [It needs to be improved to a better scale, for example, 1:25,000]

Haiti Erosion, CNIGS [04.2008] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_environment_erosion_polygon_042008)

This polygon vector layer shows Haiti's areas most susceptible to erosion polygons. It is taken at a 1:300,000 scale. It was created by the "Secrétairerie d'Etat au Plan" and the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information in April, 1998. [It needs a new data layer on one better scale for example: 1:50,000]

Haiti Port-au-Prince Geology (géologie de Port-au-Prince), Cox et alii [2011] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_geology_pap_coxetalii_2011_polygon)

This polygon vector layer is an update of the Geological map of Haiti (1:250,000 scale by Lambert et al. 1987) in the Port-au-Pricne region (Cox et al. 2011; Rathje et al. 2010; Mora, 2010). It provides more details regarding the surface condition of the terrains.

Haiti Geology (géologie), BME [08.2005] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_geology_polygon_082005)

This polygon vector layer shows the geology of Haiti at a 1:250,000 scale. It was created by Bureau des Mines et de l'’Énergie (BME), in August, 2005. [It needs to be improved to a better scale, for example, 1:25,000]

Haiti Geomorphology (Géomorphologie), BME [08.2005] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_geomorphology_polygon_082005)

This polygon vector layer shows the geomorphology of Haiti, taken at a 1:250,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian Bureau des Mines et de l'Énergie (BME) in August, 2005.

Haiti Hydrogeology (hydrogéologie), BME [2005, modif 2010] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_hydrogeology_bme_polygon_2010)

This polygon vector layer shows the hydrogeology of Haiti. It was created from the Haitian Bureau des Mines et de l'Énergie (BME) 1:250,000 scale map dated August, 2005, modified par Cox et al. 2011 et Ratje et al 2010.

Haiti Slope Instability, Lithology Factor (facteur lithologique dans l'instabilité des pentes), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_lithology_raster_052014)

This raster layer relates to slope instability due to the lithology factor. It is the result of the application of the Mora-Vahrson Methodology for macro-zonation of susceptibility hazards to slope instability, which compiles the superposition of five parameters: relative relief, lithologic susceptibility, soil moisture, and intense earthquake and rainfall triggers. The scenario shows an important concentration of areas with middle and high susceptibility to slope instability in most of the southern Peninsula (massif de la Selle), the Septentrional (northern) Cordillera, Montagnes Noires and Montagnes du Trou d'Eau, north of the Cul-de-Sac depression. It has been created by NATHAT project in May; 2010.

Haiti Geology Tectonic Faults (failles tectoniques), BME - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_geology_tectonic_faults_bme_lines)

This line vector layer shows the tectonic faults all over Haiti. It was created by the Haitian Bureau des Mines et de l'Energie (BME). It is not dated.

Haiti Annual Average Precipitations (Précipitations moyennes annuelles) 1998-2010, NATHAT-TRMM [10.2011] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_annual_precipitations_average_1998_2010_nathat_trmm_34b2)

This raster layer shows the annual average precipitations in Haiti between 1998 and 2010. It has been created by the NATHAT project in October 2011 from data provided by the TRMM satellite from 3B42. It needs information regarding how the raster has been created. No abstract provided

Haiti Annual Maximum Precipitations (Précipitations maximales annuelles) 1998-2010, NATHAT-TRMM [10.2011] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_annual_precipitations_max_1998_2010_nathat_trmm_34b2)

This raster layer shows the annual maximum precipitations in Haiti between 1998 and 2010. It has been created by the NATHAT project in October 2011 from data provided by the TRMM satellite from 3B42. It needs information regarding how the raster has been created

Haiti Annual Minimum Precipitations (Précipitations minimales annuelles) 1998-2010, NATHAT-TRMM [10.2011] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_annual_precipitations_min_1998_2010_nathat_trmm_34b2)

This raster layer shows the annual minimum precipitations in Haiti between 1998 and 2010. It has been created by the NATHAT project in October 2011 from data provided by the TRMM satellite from 3B42. It needs information regarding how the raster has been created.

Haiti Climatic Zones (zones climatiques), CNM - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_climatic_zones_cnm_polygon)

This polygon vector layer shows the main climatic zones over Haiti, in association with the rainfalls. It has been created from Haitian National Center of Meteorology (CNM) data. It needs information about the methodology to determine the zones and the time range.

Haiti Drought Zones (Zones de Sécheresse), CNM-NATHAT [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_droughtzone_polygon_052010)

This polygon vector layer shows the areas of Haiti's drought regions. It was created by NATHAT Project, using information from the Centre National de Météorologie (CNM) of Haiti, in May 2010. [It need improve by drought modeling and above all information regarding drought frequency and intensity for each region]

Haiti Humidity Factor (Facteur d'Humidité), NATHAT [05-2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_humidityfactor_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the humidity factor for Haiti, with pixels of 30 meters. It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. This factor takes into account the average conditions of soil moisture, It quantifies the influences of accumulated humidity througout the year and can be regarded as a starting point from which heavy rainfalls might act as a destabilizing element. The results have been classified into categories. [It needs information bout these categories and improvement by using more precise climatic data]

Haiti Monthly Precipitation (Pluviométrie mensuelle), CNM-NATHAT [05.2010] - point (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardclimate_monthprecipitationstation_point_052010)

This point vector layer provides precipitation readings by month for some rainfall stations of Haiti. It was created by the NATHAT Project in May, 2010, from information from the Centre National de la Météorologie (CNM) of Haïti. [It needs updating and information about the time period of the measures]

Haiti Burying Susceptibility (susceptibilité à l'ensevelissement) Port- au-Prince, NATHAT [06.2011] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardgeology_burying_susceptibility_pap_nathat_polygon_062)

This polygon vector layer shows the burying susceptibility (low, medium, high) over the area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It has been created by NATHAT in June, 2011. Information about the methodology used to create the data would be necessary.

Haiti Landslide Incidents (Incidents Glissement), NATHAT - points [02.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardgeology_landslideincidents_point_022010)

This map layer shows Haiti's incidents of landslide, during and after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It was created by NATHAT Project, in February 2010.

Haiti Landslide & Liquefaction Incidents (Glissements et Liquéfaction) [02.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardgeology_landslidesdetail_point_022010)

This map layer shows points of liquefaction for Haiti during and after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It was created by NATHAT Project, in February 2010.

Haiti Liquefaction Incidents (Incidents de Liquéfaction) [02.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardgeology_liquefactionincidents_point_022010)

This map layer shows points of liquefaction (landslide) in Haiti, duringn and after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It was created by NATHAT Project, in February 2010. The attributes contain the incident type, but not the date they happened

Haiti Sliding Susceptibility (susceptibilité aux glissements) Port- au-Prince, NATHAT [06.2011] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardgeology_sliding_susceptibility_pap_nathat_polygon_062)

This polygon vector layer shows the sliding susceptibility (low, medium, high) over the area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It has been created by NATHAT in June, 2011. Information about the methodology used to create the data would be necessary.

Haiti Flood Exceptional Likelihood Areas in West department (zones d'inondation à probabilité exceptionnelle, département Ouest), NATHAT [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_exceptionalflood_westdepartment_nathat_poly)

This vector polygon layer shows the extent of Haiti West Department's exceptional (very rare) flooding areas, according to field observations, historic and recent records. The map has been prepared by NATHAT 1 in May, 2010, using Google Maps, and deterministically plotting the largest extent of flooding, according to a DEM of 30m pixels.

Haiti Flood Parameters (Paramètres d'Inondation) [052010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_floodingparameters_raster052010)

This map layer shows a model of Flood hazard, in 3 classes= "Low", "Medium" and "High", pixel 30 meters for Haiti . It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. [It needs improve by improve the basics data]

Haiti Floods Regions Likelihood (régions inondables et leur probabilité), NATHAT [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_floodregions_nathat_polygon_052010)

This polygon vector layer shows the extent of Haiti flooding regions, classied into 3 likelihoods (frequent, rare, exceptional), according to field observations, historic and recent records. The map has been prepared by NATHAT 1 (May 2010), using Google Maps, and deterministically plotting the largest extent of flooding, according to a DEM of 30m pixels.

Haiti Exceptional Flood Zones likelihood (zones probables d'inondations exceptionnelles), CNIGS [09.2008] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_floodzone_polygon_092008)

This polygon vector layer shows exceptional flood zones of Haiti integrated for likelihood, taken at a 1:100,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in August, 2008. It needs a new cartography on one better scale for example: 1:25,000

Haiti Flood Zone: Frequent UNITAR [05-2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_frequenflood_polygon_052010)

This map layer modelizes areas of frequent flooding for Port-au-Prince region. It was created by United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), in May 2010. [It need improvement in the basic flood modeling]

Haiti Flood Frequent Area (zone d'inondation fréquente) Port-au-Prince, NATHAT [10.2011] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_frequentflood_pap_polygon_nathat_102011)

This vector polygon layer shows the extent of Port-au-Prince's hazard for frequent flooding areas. It has been prepared by NATHAT 2 in October, 2011, based on existing drains on which a 4-5 meters buffer. It needs to be refined by local surveys.

Haiti Flood Frequent Likelihood Areas in West department (zones d'inondation à probabilité fréquente, département Ouest), NATHAT [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_frequentflood_westdepartment_nathat_polygon)

This polygon vector layer shows the extent of Haiti West Department's frequent flooding areas, according to field observations, historic and recent records. The map has been prepared by NATHAT 1 (May 2010), using Google Maps, and deterministically plotting the largest extent of flooding, according to a DEM of 30m pixels.

Haiti Flood Zone: Probable (Inondation-Probable) [05.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_probablefloodzone_polygon_052010)

This map layer shows the Haiti's region of probable(frequent) flooding. It was created by NATHAT Project, using Google Maps, digital terrain models, and field observations, in May 2010. [It needs improvement in the flood modeling]

Haiti Flood Propicious Areas (zones potentiellement inondables), UNITAR [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_propitiousfloodzone_polygon_052010)

This polygon vector layer shows areas of propicious flood areas for Haiti. It was created by United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), in May 2010. [It needs information regarding the modeling method + improvement in the basic flood modeling]

Haiti Flood Rare Likelihood Areas in West department (zones d'inondation à probabilité rare, département Ouest), NATHAT [05.2010] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_rareflood_westdepartment_nathat_polygon_052)

This polygon vector layer shows the extent of Haiti West Department's rare flooding areas, according to field observations, historic and recent records. The map has been prepared by NATHAT 1 (May 2010), using Google Maps, and deterministically plotting the largest extent of flooding, according to a DEM of 30m pixels.

Haiti Wave Height Parameters (Paramètres Hauteur des Vagues) [05.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardhydrology_waveheightparameters_raster_052010)

This map layer shows Haiti's Flood Wave (Tsunami) Parameters, in 3 classes= "Low", "Medium" and "High", pixel 30 meters for Haiti . It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. [It needs improve by improve the basics data]

Haiti Seismic Hazard, MMI 2% exceedance probability in 50 years with soil amplification (Menace Sismique probabilité 2% d'excédance sur 50 ans avec effet de site, MMI), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_intensitymodified2percentprob_raster062010)

This raster layer shows the 2 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 2 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/2,5000. The probable ground acceleration levels have been converted into Modified Mercalli Intensities, in accordance with the criteria established by the USGS project known as Shakemap (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/). Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for intensities 1 to 5 (maximum PGA of 0.092 g), from strong to very strong for intensities 6 to 7 (maximum PGA of 0.34), and from severe to extreme for intensities 8 and above. Categorization thus helps identify three areas of seismic hazard for Haiti: low, moderate, high. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault, where intensities might reach at least 9 degrees. Most of the territory is exposed to intensities of at least 6 degrees. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard, MMI 5% exceedance probability in 50 years without soil amplification (Menace Sismique probabilité 5% d'excédance sur 50 ans sans effet de site, MMI), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_intensitymodified5percentprob_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the 5 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), without taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 5 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/1,000. The probable ground acceleration levels have been converted into Modified Mercalli Intensities, in accordance with the criteria established by the USGS project known as Shakemap (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/). Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for intensities 1 to 5 (maximum PGA of 0.092 g), from strong to very strong for intensities 6 to 7 (maximum PGA of 0.34), and from severe to extreme for intensities 8 and above. Categorization thus helps identify three areas of seismic hazard for Haiti: low, moderate, high. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault, where intensities might reach at least 9 degrees. Most of the territory is exposed to intensities of at least 6 degrees. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard, MMI 2% exceedance probability in 50 years without soil amplification (Menace Sismique probabilité 2% d'excédance sur 50 ans sans effet de site, MMI), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_intensitymodifiedsoil2percentprob_raster062010)

This raster layer shows the 2 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), without taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 2 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/2,5000. The probable ground acceleration levels have been converted into Modified Mercalli Intensities, in accordance with the criteria established by the USGS project known as Shakemap (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/). Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for intensities 1 to 5 (maximum PGA of 0.092 g), from strong to very strong for intensities 6 to 7 (maximum PGA of 0.34), and from severe to extreme for intensities 8 and above. Categorization thus helps identify three areas of seismic hazard for Haiti: low, moderate, high. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault, where intensities might reach at least 9 degrees. Most of the territory is exposed to intensities of at least 6 degrees. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard, MMI 5% exceedance probability in 50 years with soil amplification (Menace Sismique probabilité 5% excédance sur 50 ans avec effet de site, MMI), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_intensitymodifiedsoil5percentprob_raster062010)

This raster layer shows the 5 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 5 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/1,000. The probable ground acceleration levels have been converted into Modified Mercalli Intensities, in accordance with the criteria established by the USGS project known as Shakemap (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/). Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for intensities 1 to 5 (maximum PGA of 0.092 g), from strong to very strong for intensities 6 to 7 (maximum PGA of 0.34), and from severe to extreme for intensities 8 and above. Categorization thus helps identify three areas of seismic hazard for Haiti: low, moderate, high. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault, where intensities might reach at least 9 degrees. Most of the territory is exposed to intensities of at least 6 degrees. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Landslide Macrozonation Hazard (Menace de Glissements et d'Eboulements de Terrain), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_landslidethreat_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the result of the application of the Mora-Vahrson Methodology for macro-zonation of susceptibility hazards to slope instability. It compiles the superposition of five parameters: relative relief, lithologic susceptibility, soil moisture, and intense earthquake and rainfall triggers. The scenario shows an important concentration of areas with middle and high susceptibility to slope instability in most of the southern Peninsula (massif de la Selle), the Septentrional (northern) Cordillera, Montagnes Noires and Montagnes du Trou d'Eau, north of the Cul-de-Sac depression. It lacks of an inventory of the landslide events to be more precise. This raster layer has been created by NATHAT Project, May, 2010.This raster layer has been created by NATHAT Project, May, 2010.

Haiti Soil Liquefaction Hazard (menace de liquéfaction des sols) Port-au-Prince, NATHAT [10.2011] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_liquefaction_pap_nathat_102011_raster)

This raster layer shows the soil liquefaction hazard for the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, got by mixing the parametric values of the lithological susceptibility, the wave propagation velocity (Vs30) and the seismic triggers (MMI - Modified Mercalli Intensities of the Jan 12, 2010 Earthquake) according the Mora-Saborío methodology, 2010. It has been created by NATHAT 2 in October, 2011.

Haiti Soils Liquefaction Susceptibility (Susceptibilité de liquéfaction des sols), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_liquefactionparameters_raster)

This raster layer (pixel 30 meters) shows a model of susceptibility of soil liquefaction hazard for Haiti, in 4 classes. It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. [It needs improve by using more precise basics data]

Haiti Seismic Hazard Peak Ground Acceleration 2% exceedance probability in 50 years with soil amplification (Menace Sismique PGA probabilité 2% d'excédance sur 50 ans avec effet de site), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_peakgroundacceleration2percenteprobsoil_raster052010)

This raster layer shows the 2 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 2 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/2,500. Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for PGA up to 0.092 g, from strong to very strong for maximum PGA of 0.34, and from severe to extreme for intensities above. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard Peak Ground Acceleration 2% exceedance probability in 50 years without soil amplification (Menace Sismique PGA probabilité 2% d'excédance sur 50 ans sans effet de site), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_peakgroundacceleration2percentprob_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the 2 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), without taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 2 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/2,500. Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for PGA up to 0.092 g, from strong to very strong for maximum PGA of 0.34, and from severe to extreme for intensities above. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard Peak Ground Acceleration 5% exceedance probability in 50 years without soil amplification (Menace Sismique PGA probabilité 5% d'excédance sur 50 ans sans effet de site), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_peakgroundacceleration5percentprob_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the 5 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), without taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 5 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/1,000. Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for PGA up to 0.092 g, from strong to very strong for maximum PGA of 0.34, and from severe to extreme for intensities above. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic Hazard Peak Ground Acceleration 5% exceedance probability in 50 years with soil amplification (Menace Sismique PGA probabilité 5% d'excédance sur 50 ans avec effet de site), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_peakgroundacceleration5percentprobsoil_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the 5 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years of a given peak ground acceleration (PGA, color coded, from 0 to 180 = 1.8g), taking into account the soil amplification. The 50-year period corresponds to the average life span of a building. A 5 percent probability over 50 years is equivalent to an annual probability of 1/1,000. Potential damage ranges from zero to moderate for PGA up to 0.092 g, from strong to very strong for maximum PGA of 0.34, and from severe to extreme for intensities above. The influence of Haiti’s' most important identified tectonic fault is clear, particularly the Presqu’île du Sud Fault. It was created by the NATHAT Project, in May, 2010

Haiti Seismic trigger factor (Facteur de déclenchement sismique), NATHAT [05-2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_seismicityparameters_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the seismic trigger factor for Haiti, in 3 classes= "Medium" and "Strong" and "Very Strong", at a pixel length of 30 meters. It was created by the World Bank NATHAT project in May, 2010. [The data needs improvement by improving the basic data]

Haiti Seismicity Vs30 thirty first meters Shearwave Velocity (Vitesse des Ondes de Cisaillement dans les trente premiers mètres), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_shearwavevelocity_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the shear seismic wave propagation speed obtained from the empirical relationships linking the shear wave propagation velocity in the upper 30m (Vs30) and the topographic slope (Wald et al., 2007). This must be improved using the direct measurements of this parameter. The layer has been created by the NATHAT Project in March, 2010

Haiti Sliding Hazards Relative Relief and MMI (menace de glissement de terrain avec facteur de pente et MMI), NATHAT [10.2011] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_sliding_relative_relief_mmi_pap_nathat_201110)

This raster layer shows the sliding hazards in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, considering the relative relief and the MMI, according to the Mora-Vahrson methodology, with a 2 percent probabilities of exceedance in 50 years. It has been created by NATHAT in October, 2011.

Haiti Landslide Predisposition Index for rainy season without earthquake, NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_slidinghumiditynonseismic_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows a landslide predisposition index built for rainy season without earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT project according the GIPEA method, May, 2010. [It needs information regarding the index classes ]

Haiti Landslide Predisposition Index for rainy season with a 0.2g acceleration, NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_slidinghumidityseismic_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows a landslide predisposition index built for rainy season with a 0.2g acceleration earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT project according the GIPEA method, May, 2010. [It needs information regarding the index classes ]

Haiti Landslide Predisposition Index for dry season without earthquake, NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_slidingnonhumiditynonseismic_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows a landslide predisposition index built for dry season without earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT project according the GIPEA method, May, 2010. [It needs information regarding the index classes ]

Haiti Landslide Predisposition Index for dry season with a 0.2g acceleration, NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_slidingnonhumidityseismic_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows a landslide predisposition index built for dry season with a 0.2g acceleration earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT project according the GIPEA method, May, 2010. [It needs information regarding the index classes ]

Haiti Landslide Parameters (Paramètre de Glissement) [05-2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_hazardseismic_slidingsparameters_raster_052010)

This map layer shows parameters of landslide threat in 3 classes= "Low", "Medium", pixel 30 meters for Haiti . It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. [It needs improvement in the basic data]

Haiti Inlandwaters river network (réseau fluvial), CNIGS [1956-06.2006] - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_inlandwaters_rivers_cnigs_line_062006)

Cette couche de données vectorielles montre les éléments du réseau fluvial en Haïti, à l'échelle 1:50 000. Elle a été créée par le Centre National de l'Information Géo-Spatiale (CNIGS) en juin 2006, à partir de cartes de 1956. [Les mouvements géologiques de Janvier 2010 nécessitent une mise à jour de l'information ou une nouvelle carte à une meilleure échelle, par exemple: 1:25 000]

Haiti Hydrography Watersheds (bassins hydrographiques), DATPE-CNIGS [09.2008] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_inlandwaters_watersheds_datpe_cnigs_polygon_092008)

This polygon vector layer shows the main watersheds of Haiti at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by Direction de l'Aménagement du Territoire et de la Protection de l'Environnement of Haiti (DATPE) and the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS), in September, 2008. [It needs updating and to improve to microwatershed]

Haiti Populated Places and Toponyms (localités et toponymes), CNIGS - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_populatedplaces_cnigs_points)

This point vector layer contains 10,180 localities, place names all over Haiti. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS). It is not dated.

Haiti Priority Areas PaP Carrefour Feuilles (Quartiers prioritaires de Port-au-Prince Carrefour Feuilles), NATHAT [10.2011] - polygone (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_priority_areas_pap_carrefourfeuilles_nathat_102011)

This polygon vector layer shows the priority areas for reconstruction of Carrefour Feuilles, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT for its natural multi hazard analysis, in October, 2011.

Haiti Priority Areas PaP Martin Luther Nazon (Quartiers prioritaires de Port-au-Prince Martin Luther Nazon), NATHAT [10.2011] - polygone (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_priority_areas_pap_martin_luther_nazon_nathat_1020)

This polygon vector layer shows the priority areas for reconstruction of Martin Luther Nazon, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT for its natural multi hazard analysis in October, 2011.

Haiti Priority Areas PaP Martissant (Quartiers prioritaires de Port-au-Prince Martissant), NATHAT [10.2011] - polygone (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_priority_areas_pap_martissant_nathat_102011)

This polygon vector layer shows the priority areas for reconstruction of Martissant, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT for its natural multi hazard analysis in October, 2011.

Haiti Priority Areas PaP Simon Pele (Quartiers prioritaires de Port-au-Prince Simon Pele), NATHAT [10.2011] - polygone (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_priority_areas_pap_simon_pele_nathat_102011)

This polygon vector layer shows the priority areas for reconstruction of Simon Pele, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT for its natural multi hazard analysis in October, 2011.

Haiti Priority Areas Tabarre (Quartiers prioritaires de Tabarre), NATHAT [10.2011] - polygone (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_location_priority_areas_pap_tabarre_nathat_102011)

This polygon vector layer shows the priority areas for reconstruction of Tabarre, Haiti, after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake. It has been created by NATHAT for its natural multi hazard analysis in October, 2011.

Haiti CTC-CTU Cholera Treatment Centres and Units (Centres et Unités de Traitement du Choléra), OSM [19.12.2011] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_locations_adm2_communes_cnigs_points)

This point vector layer shows the location of the Cholera Treatment Centres (CTC) and CHolera Treatment Units (CTU) functioning 19/12/2011 extracted from the OpenStreetMap (OSM) database.

Haiti Populated places (localités), OSM - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_locations_populatedplaces_osm_points)

This point vector layer shows the populated places of Haiti extracted from the OpenStreetMap (OSM) database. It needs to be updated and provides a clear extraction date.

hti_meteorology_rainstations_nathat_cnm_point (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_meteorology_rainstations_nathat_cnm_point)

No abstract provided

Haiti Population Estimate by Sex et Age 18 and more, 2009 by section communale, IHSI - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_popa_projectionseccom2009_ihsi)

This polygon vector layer shows Population Estimates by Sex et Age 18 and more in Haiti for 2009 at the Section Communale (admin level 3) scale, It has been created by the Haitian Institute of Statistics and Computing (IHSI - Institut Haïtien de Statistiques et d'Informatique)

Haiti Population Density Adm level 3 [Densité de population niveau administratif 3 sections communales], MINUSTAH - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_society_popdensity_adm3_minustah_vector)

This polygon vector layer shows population density at the 3rd admin level degree of detail (sections communales), as at 2010. The data source is MINUSTAH (http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/minustah/), via the Harvard Data Portal (http://cegrp.cga.harvard.edu/haiti). More details on the date and method of data collection are needed for this metadata.

Haiti Soil Capacity (Capacité des Sols), CNIGS [04.1998] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_soil_soilcapacity_polygon_041998)

This polygon vector layer shows an evaluation of Haiti's soil use capacity for agriculture, taken at an approximately 1:250,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in April, 1998. Given the age of the data conditions may have changed.

Haiti Buildings (bâtiments), OSM [10.2011] - polygons (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_buildings_osm_20111021_polygones)

This polygon vector layer contains all the existing buildings in the OpenStreeetMap (OSM) database on October 21, 2012, made from the digitalisation of OSM compatible imagery.

Haiti Disaster Shelters (abris d'urgence), OSM [04-2011] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_disaster_shelters_osm_2011_04_points)

This point vector layer shows the official Emergency Shelters (especially for the Hurricane season) in Haiti listed by the Haitian Civil Protection Direction (DPC) and collected throughout an agreement between Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) and the International Organization of Migrations (IOM), Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) unit.

Haiti CTC-CTU Cholera Treatment Centres and Units (Centres et Unités de Traitement du Choléra), OSM [19.12.2011] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_health_ctc_ctu_osm_20111219_point)

This point vector layer shows the location of the Cholera Treatment Centres (CTC) and CHolera Treatment Units (CTU) functioning 19/12/2011 extracted from the OpenStreetMap (OSM) database.

Haiti Health Facilities before 2010 (Structures de santé avant 2010), OSM [15.03.2011] - point (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_health_facilities_ante_2010_osm_15032011)

This point vector layer shows the health facilities taken from OpenStreetMap for Haiti; most of the datas comes from the import of a PAHO (Pan-American Health Organization) pre-earthquake dataset(Jan. 2010). It must be updated.

Haiti IDP-Internally Displaced Persons Camps (Camps de Personnes Déplacées Internes), IOM [01.2012] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_idpcamps_iom_dtm_12012012_point)

This point vector layer shows Haiti's IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) spontaneous camps, after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It is an extract done in January, 2012 from the DTM (Displacement Tracking Matrix) created and updated by the International Organization for Migrations (IOM), compiling GPS data and field observations. .

Haiti IDP-Internally Displaced Persons Camps (Camps de Personnes Déplacées Internes), OCHA [02.2010] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_idpcamps_ocha_022010_point)

This point vector layer shows Haiti's IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) spontaneous camps, after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It was created by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), compiling GPS data and field observations, in February 2010.

Haiti Shelters/Camps (Abris/Camps) OCHA [02.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_ochasheltersites_point_022010)

This map layer shows Haiti's sheltered campings, after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It was created by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), using GPS and field observations, in February 2010.

Haiti IDP-Internally Displaced Persons Camps (Camps de Personnes Déplacées Internes), IOM [05.2010] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_structure_sheltercamps_point_052010)

This point vector layer shows Haiti's IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) spontaneous camps, after the earthquake of 12 January, 2010. It is an extract done in May, 2010 from the DTM (Displacement Tracking Matrix) created and updated by the International Organization for Migrations (IOM), compiling GPS data and field observations.

Haiti Collection of all Scanned Topography Maps (assemblage de toutes les cartes topographiques numérisées), CNIGS [1956-12.2009] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_allhaitiscannedtif_raster_122010)

This raster layer shows a collection of topographic scanned maps of Haiti, taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in December, 2009, from cartographic maps made in 1956. The scan resolution is not very high, so that most of the toponyms cannot be read. Use the collections focusing on smaller areas if needed.

Haiti & DR, Coastline and lakes boundaries (Côtes et contour des lacs ), NOAA - polygon [09.2008] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_coastlimitnoaa_polygon_092008)

This polygon vector layer shows the political limit of Haiti and Dominic Republic, taken at approximately 1:100,000 scale. It was created by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in September, 2008.

Haiti Contour Lines 20 m (courbes de niveaux 20 m), CNIGS [09.2008] - line (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_contours20m_line_092008)

This line vector layer shows the shapes of contour levels for Haiti, each 20 meters, taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps, 1956. [Geologic movements in January 2010 mean that this information needs updating, or needs a new map on a better scale for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Contour Lines 50 m (courbes de niveaux 50 m), CNIGS [09.2008] - line (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_contours50m_line_092008)

This vector line data layer shows the shapes of contour levels for Haiti, each 50 meters, taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps, 1956. [Geologic movements in January 2010 mean that this information needs updating, or needs a new map on a better scale for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Earthquake Epicenter (épicentre du Tremblement de Terre),12 January 2010 [01.2010] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_earthquakeepicentre_point_012010)

This map layer shows the Haiti epicenter earthquake of 12 January 2010. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information in January, 2010.

Haiti Data Elevation Model (Modèle Numérique de Terrain), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_elevation_raster_052010ii)

This raster layer is a Data Elevation Model (DEM) showing the elevation of Haiti in each cell of the grid. It was created by the NATHAT mission in June 2010. Information regarding the data source and the method used for building the DEM are needed.

Haiti Topographic Elevation Points (Points d'élévation), CNIGS [1956-09.2008] - points (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_elevationnames_point_092008)

This point vector layer shows the topographic elevation points of Haiti with their names. The map is drawn at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps, 1956. [This information needs updating, or needs a new cartography on a better scale, for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Hillslope in percentage (pente des versants en pourcentages), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_hillpercentageslope_raster_052011)

This raster layer shows the slopes in percentage, with pixels at 30 meters, for Haiti . It was created by the NATHAT project in May, 2010. It needs information about the data source and the method used to create it.

Haiti Hillshade (Estompage du relief), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_hillshade_raster_052010)

This layer is a topographical raster map showing hillshade for Haiti. It is based on a Digital Elevation Model (DEM). This kind of map is commonly used as a background to other layers to improve the realism of the visualization. Created in June 2010 by the NATHAT mission. It needs information regarding the DEM features.

Haiti Lakes (lacs), CNIGS [1956-09.2008] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_lakes_polygon_092008)

This polygon vector layer shows the ground coverage of Haiti's lakes. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps, 1956. [Geologic movements in January 2010 did not significantly effect the size or location of wetlands, however the climatic variations and soil use have modified this layer since 1956. For these reasons it requires an update if possible on a better scale, for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Relative Relief (Relief Relatif), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_relativerelief_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the relative relief [m/Km2] of Haiti, with pixels of 30 meters. It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010, using a digital elevation model (DEM). The relative relieve shows the range (maximum elevation minus minimum elevation) in an analysis area, generally 1 Km2. [It needs improvement by improving the scale, and improving the DEM]

Haiti Relative Relief Factor (Facteur de Relief relatif), NATHAT [05.2010] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_relativerelieffactor_raster_052010)

This raster layer shows the relative relief factor for Haiti, with pixels at 30 meters. Relative relief factor is the slope angle difference between the hill top and hill bottom, expressed as a factor (percentage, in this case, apparently classified in categories with a range from 1 to 5). It was created by NATHAT project in May, 2010. This factor was created from Digital Elevation Model. [It can be improved through by improving the data elevation model. The current layer needs information about the classification]

Haiti Collection of Scanned Topography Maps for the commune of Petit-Goave (assemblage des cartes topographiques numérisées de la commune de Petit-Goâve), CNIGS [1956-12.2009] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_scannedblock1_raster_122009)

This raster layer shows a scanned detailed collection of topographic maps covering the commune of Petit-Goave, Haiti (Block A/1), taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in December, 2009, from cartographic maps, 1956.

Haiti Collection of Scanned Topography Maps for the communes of Leogane, Carrefour and Jacmel (assemblage des cartes topographiques numérisées des communes de Léogâne, Carrefour et Jacmel), CNIGS [1956-12.2009] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_scannedblock2_raster_122009)

This raster layer shows a scanned detailed collection of topographic maps covering the communes of Leogane, Carrefour and Jacmel, Haiti (Block B/2), taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in December, 2009, from cartographic maps, 1956.

Haiti Collection of Scanned Topography Maps for the commune of Croix-des Bouquets (assemblage des cartes topographiques numérisées de la commune de Croix-des Bouquets), CNIGS [1956-12.2009] - raster (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_scannedblock3_raster_122009)

This raster layer shows a scanned detailed collection of topographic maps covering the commune of Croix-des-Bouquets (Block C/3), taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in December, 2009, from cartographic maps, 1956.

Haiti Ocean Shape (Forme de l'Océan) [09.2008] (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_sea_polygon_092008)

This map layer shows the shape of the Ocean around Haiti. It is meant for background purposes only. The shape was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information in September, 2008.

Haiti Wetlands (zones humides), CNIGS [09.2008] - polygon (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_topo_wetlands_polygon_092008)

This polygon vector layer shows the shapes and locations of Haiti's wetlands. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2008, from cartographic maps, 1956. [Geologic movements in January 2010 did not significantly effect the size or location of wetlands, however climatic variations and soil use may have modified this layer since its creation in 1956. For these reasons an update or a new map is required, on a better scale for example: 1:25,000]

Haiti Roads Network (réseau routier), CNIGS [06.2006] - lines (cnigs.spatialdata:hti_transport_roads_line_062006)

This line vector layer shows Haiti's roads network, taken at a 1:50,000 scale. It was created by the Haitian National Centre for Geospatial Information (CNIGS) in September, 2006, from cartographic maps, 1956, with partial update in 2006. [It needs updating because of damage caused by the January 2010 earthquakre, and should have cartography on a better scale, for example: 1:25,000]

Rainfall during the hurricane Matthew (geonode:pluie3_5_octobre2016)

Quantity of rain that has fallen during the 3rd and the 5th of October 2016 over Haiti

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