NDRRMC Field Reports in GIS Format as of 29 November 2013 (Yolanda PH)

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Map 1. GIS map showing number of deaths per municipality due to Typhoon Yolanda.

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Map 2. GIS map showing the percentage of deaths per city or municipality relative to its population based on the 2010 NSO census.

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Map 3. GIS map showing the number of  reported injuries per city or municipality: Palo (5,877), Ormoc City (3,984), Guiuan (3,626), Giporlos (2,004), Marabut (2,058), Dagami (1,407), and Dulag (1,240).

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Map 4. GIS map showing the number of partially damaged houses per city or municipality: Tacloban City (46,553), Ormoc City (26,549), Cadiz City (18,574), Baybay City (15,666), Bogo City (10,496), Sagay City (9,758), Abuyog (9,006), Passi City (8,285), Roxas City (8,056), and Kalibo (7,242).

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Map 5. GIS map showing the number of totally damaged houses per city or municipality: Bogo City (15,824), Daanbantayan (15,660), Palo (15,481), Ormoc City (14,132), Roxas City (13,590), Bantayan (12,333), Tacloban City (12,270), Kananga (11,695), Burauen (10,800) and Guiuan (10,008).

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Map 6. GIS map showing the total number of damaged houses (partially and totally): Tacloban City (58,823), Ormoc City (40,681), Bogo City (26,230), Cadiz City (24,210), Baybay (21,881), Roxas City (21,464), Bantayan (18,706), Daanbantayan (16,282), Palo (15,481), and Passi City (15,471).

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Sources:

Google Earth

National Statistics Office 2010 Census of Population and Housing

NDRRMC SitRep No.47 Effects of Typhoon “Yolanda” (HAIYAN)

How to cite:

All images are copyright products of DOST Project NOAH. You may use the product only for relief and rehabilitation activities related to the impacts of Typhoon Yolanda (International codename: (HAIYAN). All products should not be used for consultancy work or for any commercial purpose.

Citation format:

DOST Project NOAH 2013 – GIS related vectors and images for rebuilding and rehabilitation of Typhoon Yolanda impact areas. Department of Science and Technology, Project NOAH.

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