Haiti Earthquake Desktop Reconnaissance
from PICTOMETRY Images
Through the generosity of the Pictometry International
Corporation of Rochester, NY to URISA GIS Corps and the International
Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), the WMF Haiti Mission had access to
this remarkable data, which was used for the survey maps available below.
The work to make the maps was accomplished in Adobe Photoshop by Randolph
Click on images to download
File size for the first show is 12MB,
and the second is 3MB
Two PowerPoint shows
illustrating the utilization of Pictometry Oblique aerial images for heritage
building identification and preliminary damage surveys.
a dramatic mosaic image of the
entire City Center of
to download an 11MB ZIP file.
This was the most complex
and difficult to produce mosaic done by Randolph
Langenbach from the Pictometry oblique aerial views
for this project
The Remarkable Patterns of Human
Settlement: The "Bidonvilles" of Port-au-Prince.
To download a collection of
views of the informal unregulated housing settlements on the
edges of the city center and Gingerbread District of
to download a 40GB ZIP file containing 6 high resolution
views (including one 3D view*(see
"Gingerbread" page for instructions for viewing 3D images.)
To Download a ZIP file
containing Pictometry aerial images of Jacmel with a
preliminary identification of heritage structures:
CAUTION: ZIP file is 100MB in size
so it may take a while to download.
Save it to your hard drive to unzip and open the individual
files within it.
To Download files and
images from the "table top survey" of heritage structures in
the Gingerbread District, please click below to migrate to
the download page.