WikiProject Ecuador/2016 Earthquake Tags

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This page [1] lists the tags to be used during post-event data cleanup work for the 2016 Ecuador earthquake

The Secretaría Nacional de Riesgos (agency in charge of the relief effort) are very interested in our work, and identify the following priorities:

  1. Damage assessment in rural areas based on post-event imagery
  2. Integration of valuable on-the-ground field data into the existing data
  3. Identifying other sets of official data to import into OSM

General damage tag

Tag Value Descripción Foto
damage:event 2016EcuadorEarthquake Add this tag to any kind of object where we see damage specifically caused by the 2016 Ecuador earthquake Hug.jpg

Evaluation of road damage

Please use these tags only if you are sure and observe clear evidence damage on the road or bridge in the aerial imagery [2].

Tag Value Descripción Foto
status impassable For an impassible road, due to rubble/debris. Cut the way of the road/track into a short way covering the distance of the blockage. On this section, remove the highway tag, and add this status=impassible tag. Status-impassable.png

Evaluation of building damage

This documentation is subject to change. See also google doc for brainstorming.

Tag Value Descripción Foto
building yes Use the tag for a building unless it appears to be completely destroyed (no longer a building) EcuadorEQdestroyedbuilding.png

EQ Damaged Building aerial.png

damage:event 2016EcuadorEarthquake Tag for the event which caused the damage
Tags for describing the aerial imagery sources used
source:damage:imagery [UAV - Universidad de Cuenca; Satellite - Pleiades; Ortho - IGM;...] Type of imagery used for evaluation
damage:evaluation_date:imagery 2016-04-21 Date of the source. For imagery this is the date when the imagery was taken. For field surveys it's the date when this survey was carried out.
damage:evaluation_step:imagery [damaged;destroyed] Indicate the level of damage sustained.
Tags for damage assessment from field sources Damaged building ecuador.jpg
damage:evaluation_step:field [damaged;destroyed] Indicate the level of damage sustained.
damage:evaluation_date:field 2016-04-27 Date when this survey was carried out.
source:damage:field [Miduvi, yoveoveo, EPN...] Agency that did the field work

Temporary shelters

Tag Value Descripción Foto
tourism camp_site Add this tag on a node at the centre of the camp grounds/shelter. (Obviously tourism is a strange key, but this is a campsite of sorts)
damage:event 2016EcuadorEarthquake Tag for the event which caused the damage
idp:camp_site organized_camp[3] Camps built by a formal organization with an organized spatial layout which may include food distribution points, water points and toilets.
idp:camp_site spontaneous_camp Camp sites or individual shelters built by groups, families or independent individuals, without planning or uniformity in construction.
  1. Referencias: Humanitarian OSM Tags/Humanitarian Data Background
  2. Relacionar estudios sobre la limitada capacidad de las imágenes aéreas para realizar una precisa teledetección, observado dentro de las comunidades de información goegráfica voluntaria
  3. Daniel Orellana: @Humberto_Yances organized_camp vs organized_campsite: El primero parece ser el recomendado en varios documentos