Monday, March 1, 2010

Maps Of The Chilean Earthquake

Some maps of the Chilean earthquake:

1)  Henry Fountain of the NY Times writes about the geologic setting of the earthquake accompanied by tectonic and fault maps of the region.

2) The United States Geological Survey has a collection of maps and reports on their earthquake site.

3)  GeoCommons, which is a public mapping site run by FortiusOne, a data visualization company, has a series of interactive GIS layers on Chile. In case you haven't come across GeoCommons, I highly recommend their data Finder and map Maker applications.

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