South African Risk and Vulnerability Atlas (SARVA - SAEON)

Data provided by: South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON)
Data accessibility:export data, export map
Link to the data:
File type:GeoTIFF, jpeg, jpeg, png, png, SRTM
Data type:hazard specific data
Hazard:Epidemic, Forest Fire, Drought, Flood, Extreme Temperature, Pollution
Disaster cycle phase:Disaster Risk Management, Response, Recovery
Spatial coverage:South Africa
Temporal coverage:Archive
Technical Specifications:
Contact:South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON) -
Restrictions/ Citation of the dataset:

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