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Hurricane Irene Damage Assessment Reports - Abaco and Eleuthera‏
By Sharon Turner
Aug 30, 2011 - 1:46:14 PM

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Executive Summary
2011 Hurricane Irene
Abaco Island, Bahamas
 Rapid Damage Assessment


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Pathfinders Task Force completed a Rapid Damage Assessment of Abaco Island, Bahamas on D+1 following Hurricane Irene.  Rapid Damage Assessments contain information about individual structures and classify structural damage based on Type and Damage Condition.  Geo-tagged photos are also attached to each Assessment, providing a picture of where critical areas are and what resources to allocate towards them....


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Full Rapid Damage Assessment attached at end of page

Executive Summary
2011 Hurricane Irene
Abaco Island, Bahamas
Sweat - MS Assessment

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Pathfinders Task Force, supported by The Eagles’ Wings Foundation, began a critical infrastructure survey based on the SWEAT-MS Assessment (Sewer, Water, Electricity, Academics, Transportation, Medical, and Security) as part of the initial damage assessment following Hurricane Irene.  Data describes the current state of functionality for the type of SWEAT-MS, categorized as GREEN, YELLOW, or RED, and contains a geo-tagged photo for each assessment....

Full Sweat - MS Assessment attached at end of page


Executive Summary
2011 Hurricane Irene
Eleuthera Island, Bahamas
Rapid Damage Assessment

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Pathfinders Task Force, supported by The Eagles’ Wings Foundation completed a Rapid Damage Assessment of Eleuthera Island, Bahamas on D+1 following Hurricane Irene.  Rapid Damage Assessments contain information about individual structures and classify structural damage based on Type and Damage Condition.  Geo-tagged photos are also attached to each Assessment, providing a picture of where critical areas are and what resources to allocate towards them....

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Full Rapid Damage Assessment attached at end of page


 




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