Product ID: 3346 - English
Published: 18 Aug, 2021
GLIDE: EQ20210814HTI


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This map illustrates potentially damaged structures/buildings in Nippes department of Haiti as detected by using a satellite image acquired after the earthquake.
UNOSAT analysis used a Worldview-2 image acquired on 14 & 16 August 2021, a Worldview-1 image acquired on 15 August 2021, a Worldview-3 image acquired on 16 August 2021, and Pleiades images acquired on 15 & 16 August 2021, as a post-event images. Within the analyzed area, UNOSAT identified 73 damaged structures and 125 potentially damaged structures.
This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to United Nations Satellite Centre (UNOSAT).
Satellite Data (Post) : Worldview-2
Imagery Dates : 14 & 16August 2021
Copyright: 2021 Digital Globe
Source: Source: USGS / HDDS
Satellite Data (Post) : Worldview-1
Imagery Dates : 15 August 2021
Copyright: 2021 Digital Globe
Source: Source: USGS / HDDS
Satellite Data (Post) : Worldview-3
Imagery Dates : 16 August 2021
Resolution: 50 cm
Copyright: 2021 Digital Globe
Source: Source: USGS / HDDS
Satellite Data (Post) : Pleiades
Imagery Dates : 15 &16 August 2021
Resolution: 50 cm
Copyright: CNES (2021), distribution Airbus D&S
Source : Airbus DS
Satellite Data (Pre) : Worldview-2
Imagery Dates : 29 December 2019
Resolution: 50 cm
Copyright: 2019 Digital Globe
Source: Source: USGS / HDDS
Satellite Data (Pre) : GeoEye-1
Imagery Dates : 12 October 2018
Resolution: 50 cm
Source: Source: Maxar,Esri Basemap
Mainshock epicentre: USGS
Administrative boundaries: Centre National de l'Information
Géo-Spatiale (CNIGS), HDX
Populated places: OpenStreetMap
Road data: OpenStreetMap
River data: OpenStreetMap
Background: ESRI World Imagery
Inset 1 & Inset 3: Worldview-2/29 December 2019
Inset 2 & Inset 4: Pleiades/15 August 2021
Analysis: United Nations Satellite Centre (UNOSAT)
Production: United Nations Satellite Centre (UNOSAT)