The Narrow Area Disaster Prevention Information Service Council has posted a "Disaster Situation Map" that allows you to compare changes in topography and buildings in the affected areas before and after the 28 Kumamoto Earthquake, especially in Kumamoto Prefecture, which is particularly damaged. Published above.For the purpose of supporting rescue activities by visualizing the disaster situation in the disaster area, it is provided free of charge for a certain period after the disaster occurs.

 In the "damage situation map" released this time, there are four images of the 28 Kumamoto earthquake: (4) estimated seismic intensity distribution and number of exposed buildings by seismic intensity, (2) estimated seismic intensity distribution and exposed population, (XNUMX) seismic intensity distribution map, and (XNUMX) images before and after the disaster. Release.In particular, in (XNUMX), the building is displayed in a red frame in combination with the satellite image taken about two years ago and the aerial photograph taken after the earthquake, and the scale and impact of the disaster can be quickly grasped by comparing the images before and after the disaster. I am aiming.For example, around the collapsed Aso Ohashi in Minamiaso Village, Kumamoto Prefecture, it can be confirmed that there are several buildings in the place where the landslide occurred.The Kyoto University Disaster Prevention Research Institute Giant Disaster Research Center is cooperating in research.

 Use this map to identify the leaked houses, estimate the number of victims in light of census data, etc., to instantly check the damage situation, and to prioritize rescue activities by taking a bird's eye view of the scale of damage. It is expected to support quick and efficient rescue operations.

The purpose of providing the "Disaster Situation Map" is to support activities to save as many lives as possible.It will be updated as soon as additional information is available so that it will be useful for future relief activities.

reference:[Narrow Area Disaster Prevention Information Service Council] Damage Situation Map

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