The Disaster Response Program provided direct support for several agencies, including a regional database, damage assessment, search and rescue, and map production. Read about the GIS volunteers 2001
Use this collection of map layers, live data feeds, maps, organizations, blog posts, and how-to guides to help plan and manage your wildfire response. Wildfire and Weather Information Map Satellite (VIIRS) Thermal Hotspots and Fire Activity map layer
Ensuring people have a safe place to stay during a disaster is a critical part of the Red Cross mission, but how we support sheltering efforts may be different in each community depending on local emergency plans and the scale of the disaster. In most cases, every shelter we open will appear on the map above.
The hazard index is displayed visually as a choropleth map, with the color blue representing areas with less hazard and red representing areas with higher hazard. Users can click on each county to view its hazard index value, and the level of hazard for each individual disaster.
2019-20 Bushfire History Project. The 2019-20 Bushfire History Project was an initiative of the Royal Commission into the National Natural Disaster Arrangements. It provided an opportunity for people to record their personal experience and share photos and videos taken during the 2019-20 bushfires or the ongoing recovery.
The Live Incidents Map is a free tool we’ve made available to provide a visual overview of active incidents ESA services are responding to.. Incident Updates provide you with updates on incidents impacting the community, and ESA News shares the general happenings within the ESA.