- The Relief Information System for Earthquake (Pakistan), or RISEPAK, "provides and gathers Demographic, Disaster, Access, and Assistance data and maps on all Earthquake Affected Villages to Help Coordinate Relief Efforts":
- HIGH RESOLUTION MAP AVAILABLE (34MB) Muzaffarabad after the quake, and before the quake
- Tourism video of Muzaffarabad here. Use this to make a documentary that can be shown around the world for fundraising efforts!
- MapAction volunteers have started work with the UN Emergecy Response Centre (UNERC) in Islamabad to create updated maps. Read news and diary. Several situation maps are here, showing "major settlements and roads and some information on impassable routes."
- SAHANA (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sahana/) Team Arrives in Pakistan http://www.bloglines.com/blog/sanjiva?id=75. There is extreme excitement associated with this effort as the SAHANA system has proved very useful in the recent Srilankan Tsunami disaster. SAHANA is a FOSS (Free, Open Source Software).
- US Geological Survey page on this quake: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/recenteqsww/Quakes/usdyae.htm
- Editable Pakistan Earthquake map where viewers can add information: http://www.communitywalk.com/map/293/
- Information from the Pakistan Metereological Department regarding the earthquake:
- EARTHQUAKE MAGNITUDE= 7.5
- AT LAT=34.4N LON=73.5E DEPTH= 10.0 KM
- Quake information from Amateur Seismic Centre in Pune, India. Also see 'recent earthquakes' for a list of aftershocks following the main 7.6 magnitiude event. At least two aftershocks over magnitude 6, with several over magnitude 5 were recorded.
- Map showing earthquake affected areas prepared by the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
- Map and technical information and Earthquake Reports on the World-Wide Earthquake Locator
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