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Beirut port explosion operational zones

These zones were developed to help coordinate and collaborate on relief efforts at the operational level. Level 3 Administrative boundaries in Lebanon ‘Cadasters’ were divided into Zones. Those zones will be used as a reference to facilitate the data collection for all different aspects of the response. A Zone can be defined as a cluster of built-up plots separated by the road network within the Administrative Level 3 – Cadasters of Lebanon.

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Version 1
Last Updated August 12, 2020, 16:34 (UTC)
Created August 12, 2020, 16:33 (UTC)
countries Lebanon
createdate 2020-08-12 05:31:12
createtime 17:31
datasource Data Sources: OpenStreetMap, Lebanese Red Cross, OCHA, HDX, UN Habitat
datum WGS 1984
glideno OT-2020-000177-LBN
jpgfilename ma026-Operational-Zones-300dpi.jpeg
jpgfilesize 2525207
jpgresolutiondpi 300
kmlresolutiondpi 50
kmzfilename ma026-Operational-Zones.kmz
language Undetermined
mapNumber MA026
mxdfilename ma026-Operational-Zones.mxd
papersize A3
pdffilename ma026-Operational-Zones-300dpi.pdf
pdffilesize 656961
pdfresolutiondpi 300
product-type mapsheet
proj WGS 1984 UTM Zone 36N
ref ma026-Operational-Zones
scale 1: 15,000
sourceorg MapAction
summary These zones were developed to help coordinate and collaborate on relief efforts at the operational level. Level 3 Administrative boundaries in Lebanon ‘Cadasters’ were divided into Zones. Those zones will be used as a reference to facilitate the data collection for all different aspects of the response. A Zone can be defined as a cluster of built-up plots separated by the road network within the Administrative Level 3 – Cadasters of Lebanon.
xmax 35.56
xmin 35.49
ymax 33.91
ymin 33.88