NASA's damage map of Mexico quake to help in rescue and relief ops
from Geospatial World
NASA has created a map of areas heavily damaged by the 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico. The map is helping Mexican government and other private agencies in relief and rescue operations. The quake, whose epicenter was in Pueblo, caused enormous loss to life and property. Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Caltech, both located in Pasadena, California, used before-and-after interferometric synthetic aperture radar satellite imagery of Mexico.
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