Tsunami and disaster relief resources from ESRI and Geodata.gov

ESRI is actively assisting government agencies and official disaster relief organizations that need help in responding to the recent devastating earthquake and following tsunamis in South Asia. Additionally, a new resource at esri.com offers a collection of links to map and data resources relevant to the recent earthquake, tsunami, and disaster recovery efforts in the Indian Ocean region.

Temporary keycodes, technical support, and other assistance is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This assistance is available to any organization with GIS needs regardless of its GIS platform.

http://www.geodata.gov/gos?command=openchannel&channel=122

Scene from a tsunami visualization model developed by NOAA

See http://www.esri.com/news/pressroom/indian_ocean_disaster.html

http://www.geodata.gov/gos

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