Crowdsourcing Resources: Tropical Storm Barry

The FEMA Crowdsourcing Unit is coordinating crowdsourcing efforts with various Digital Volunteer Networks and leveraging existing crowdsourcing platforms to provide situational awareness for response partners.


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Barry Imagery Services and Helpful Links

July 25, 2019 Imagery Services and Helpful Links Any public-facing Data sources listed here will also be included in the Updated Data Source documents sent to Remote Sensing and GIS Data for Disaster Community subscribers.


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Compiled Flood Extents & Satellite Imagery – Barry

Webmap showing satellite-derived flood extents from Sentinel and VIIRS


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PNNL RIFT Flood Depth Grids

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has  developed a Rapid Infrastructure Flood Tool (RIFT) to produce predictive hydrodynamic flood modeling and simulations for a diversity of flood  events


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FEMA HQ Flood Incident Journal

FEMA’s Flood Incident Journal provides relevant spatial decision-making support for FEMA leadership and a view into federal information available to the general public.


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Hurricane Incident Journal

FEMA’s Hurricane Incident Journal provides relevant spatial decision-making support for FEMA leadership and a view into federal information available to the general public.


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VIIRS Floodwater Fraction Map

The VIIRS Floodwater Fraction Map Products Web App is a tool that displays daily flood extents covering the entire CONUS derived from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) aboard the joint NASA/NOAA Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (Suomi-NPP) satellite.


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Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Browser

Civil Air Patrol supports American communities with emergency response, diverse aviation, and ground serves. CAP has the technological ability to perform even when the impact from severe weather affects power, internet, phones, and flight takeoffs, making it a crucial and inexpensive method for FEMA to the get the imagery they need quickly and effectively.


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