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Crisis snapshots: how maps can help in humanitarian disasters

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Welcome to all who are interested, please contact the organiser (Vicky via if you are external to the British Antarctic Survey. Hamish’s seminar will be followed by a happy hour where alcohol and mince pies will be available, you are

Disasters are chaotic, lives are at stake and good decisions have to be made fast by those trying to help. At these times information is critical, but where does it come from, how can we make sense of it and how can we communicate it to those who need it most? I use examples from short emergency missions as a mapper in earthquakes, floods and conflicts to show how the international community responds to a disaster and how managing and mapping information can help.

This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey Happy Hour Seminar Series series.

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