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GeospatialIntelligenceSupport-HurricaneMatthew.pdf

Geospatial  Intelligence  Support:  Hurricane  Matthew Hurricane  Matthew  passed  over  the  Haiti  on  October  4,  2016.  As  a  category  4  hurricane  it   caused  widespread  damage  and  loss  of  life.  The  following  examples  of  geospatial   intelligence  products  where  created  to  support  humanitarian  efforts.  They  provide  an   overview  of  how  geospatial  intelligence  provides  information  and  knowledge  to  decision   makers.  Each  of  the  following  products  aid  humanitarian  workers  to  provide  essential   food,  health,  and  security  services.

Source  of  geospatial  intelligence  products:  National  Geospatial-­‐Intelligence  Agency  (2016).  NGA  – Hurricane   Matthew  Support.  Accessed  July  5,  2017,   http://nga.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=8a22b48330094b23b2e7937a56e8c42f

OCT  16  2016   Haiti:  Coast  Guard  Pier

OCT  19  2016   Haiti  Route  Assessment   from  Caudere to  Camp-­‐Perrin

OCT  17  2016   Haiti  Port-­‐au-­‐Prince   International  Airfield   to  Pier  Overview

NGA  Analytics   Haiti,  Image  Graphic,   Post  Hurricane  Matthew

OCT  14  2016  Haiti  Les  Anglais Before  and  After  Hurricane   Matthew  Multi-­‐Spectral   Imagery  (MSI)  Overview

OCT  15  2016  Haiti:   Helicopter Landing  Zone   La  Chaune

OCT  12  2016  Haiti:   Port-­‐au-­‐Prince  Prison   and  Police  Stations

At  Least  500  Make-­‐Shift  Tents   Set  up  After  Hurricane   Matthew,  Riviere De  Tiburon

Damage  Assessment: Roche-­‐a-­‐Bateau   Between  70%  and  80%   of  City  Affected