2017 Mexico Earthquake

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General Information
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Magnitude 8.1 Earthquake Off the Southern Coast of Mexico

2017 Mexico Earthquake Response is an activation of the OSM community across Latin America and the Humanitarian OSM Team to provide map data to assist the response to this earthquake that devastated Mexico at 9.49 pm on the 8th September 2017. This is an ongoing disaster.

An 8.1 earthquake, the strongest in a century struck Mexico, 60 miles from Mapastepec, Chiapas. At least 58 people have died, 5,000 homes completely destroyed, and many more damaged and vulnerable.

Reports from the affected cities say residents spent the morning using basic tools and their bare hands to dig through the wreckage of collapsed buildings and pull the injured, and the dead, from the rubble.

Mapping

  • You can contribute to the response via the internet by tracing buildings, roads, waterways, etc. To react rapidly to support humanitarians deploying, we need a lot of contributors for remote editing. Visit the Missing Maps beginners section to get started.
  • Please choose from highest priority first. Pre-disaster situations should be simple to complete fast, just validating the essential missing infrastructures. Post-disaster mapping could require much more work and more complex planning of emergencies, but will require newer specific imagery source.
  • Generic instructions on how to use the Task Manager and map roads, buildings and waterways can be found here.
  • For experienced mappers, information on validating the tasks can be found here.

Areas being covered by projects in Tasking Manager can be seen the uMap.

Tasks

Job No. Priority Location What to map Imagery source Mapping status Validation status Exported datasets
Current tasks for Central Mexico (Puebla State and Mexico City)
Job ### PRIORITY LOCATION, STATE Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (0%) In progress (0%)
Job 3597 High Mexico City Buildings only Esri World Imagery In progress (0%) In progress (0%)
Current tasks for Southern Mexico (Chiapas and Oaxaca states)
Job ### PRIORITY LOCATION, STATE Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (0%) In progress (0%)
Job 3578 High Jaltenango, Chiapas (suitable for beginners) Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (93%) In progress (11%)
Job 3577 Medium Dolores Jaltenango, Chiapas (suitable for beginners) Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (7%)
Job 3576 TOP El Porvenir, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (0%)
Job 3575 Medium Siltepec, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (84%) In progress (0%)
Job 3572 Medium San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (2%) In progress (0%)
Job 3567 Medium Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas Roads and buildings Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (41%) In progress (1%)
Job 3566 Medium Acala, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (83%) In progress (28%)
Job 3564 Urgent Tonalá, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (44%)
Job 3561 Urgent El Parral, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (42%)
Job 3556 TOP San Mateo del Mar, south-western lagoon, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (44%)
Job 3555 TOP La Noria, and San Pedro, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (45%)
Job 3550 TOP Huazantlán del Río, Villahermosa, and Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (12%)
Job 3549 TOP Ciudad Ixtepec, Asunción Ixtepec, and El Espinal, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (27%)
Job 3533 TOP Juchitán de Zaragoza (north area), Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) In progress (56%)
Job 3532 Urgent Santo Domingo Tehuantepec, La Noria, and Colonia Lázaro Cárdenas, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (97%) In progress (85%)
Job 3530 Urgent Salina Cruz, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe In progress (94%) In progress (84%)
Archived tasks
Job 3565 Urgent Chiapilla, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) Complete (100%) Download OSM data (2017-09-14)
Job 3563 Duplicate Tonalá, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Duplicate (0%) Duplicate (0%) See Job 3564
Job 3562 Duplicate El Parral, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Duplicate (0%) Duplicate (0%) See Job 3561
Job 3560 Urgent Pijijiapan, Chiapas Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) Complete (100%) Download OSM data (2017-09-14)
Job 3557 Urgent San Dioniso Del Mar, and south-eastern lagoon, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) Complete (100%) Download OSM data (2017-09-13)
Job 3546 Urgent Matías Romero Avendaño, Oaxaca Buildings and roads Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) Complete (100%) Download OSM data (2017-09-16)
Job 3525 Urgent Juchitán de Zaragoza (South Area), Oaxaca Buildings only Bing/Mapbox/DigitalGlobe Complete (100%) Complete (100%) Download OSM data (2017-09-11)

Data Access

Anyone can use OSM data for free under the Open Database Licence (ODbL) as long as OSM contributors are credited. Exports of the OSM data for Mexico can be downloaded from the Export Tool. There are some select file formats available on the Humanitarian Data Exchange platform. Datasets are being published through the Export Tool as mapping projects are being completed on the Tasking Manager. Please check back frequently for new datasets listed in the table above.

Coordination

This activation in response to the Mexico Earthquake is being lead and supported by the following individuals:

HOT

When there is a humanitarian crisis, OSM volunteers from around the world rapidly digitise satellite imagery to provide maps and data to support humanitarian organisations deployed to the affected countries. HOT coordinates that effort, partnering with relief organisations to focus map editing on the places most in need, providing maps with the footprints of buildings and roads quickly, so humanitarians can locate people at risk and deliver goods and services to the areas that need them most. HOT helps to bridge the OSM community and the humanitarians.

Emergencies such as this put a tremendous strain on OSM resources, particularly our servers and software. Your donations help keep OSM's systems operating in top form.

Donate to the OpenStreetMap Foundation

HOT also need your donations, to help funding humanitarian mapping projects and development/maintenance of systems such as the Tasking Manager and Export Tool.

Donate to the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team