Title
Dar es Salaam Historical Flood Extents
License
CC-BY 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0)
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Abstract

The dataset comprises of flood history (years of flood occurence), flood depth, reasons for flooding, types of buildings, uses, whether residents were evacuated or not. All data points were collected by using ODK Collect.

Creation Date
April 9, 2018, noon
Type
Vector Data
Keywords
flood , flood depth , flood experience , Flood extent , Flood mitigation , survey
Category
Society
characteristics of society and cultures. Examples: settlements, anthropology, archaeology, education, traditional beliefs, manners and customs, demographic data, recreational areas and activities, social impact assessments, crime and justice, census information
Regions
United Republic of Tanzania
Owner
The World Bank
More info
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Maintenance Frequency
There Are No Plans To Update The Data
Restrictions
formal permission to do something
Edition
Not relevant
Purpose

Historical flood extent covered areas that are mostly affected by floods during rainy seasons. Households surveys were conducted to capture details in subwa…

Language
English
Temporal Extent
Aug. 24, 2017, noon - April 12, 2018, noon
Data Quality
This is community generated data, therefore individuals were asked to reflect on historical flood extents; this comes with inherent subjectivity based on their memories
Supplemental Information

EPSG:4326 - WGS 84 - Geographic; 11 wards in Dar es Salaam (Hananasif, Ilala, Buguruni, Magomeni, Kigogo, Mchikichini, Jangwani, Ndugumbi, Mzimuni, Tabata, and…

Spatial Representation Type
vector data is used to represent geographic data

Layer WMS GetCapabilities document

Attribute Name Label Description
fid
version_an
start
end
today
consent
location
_location_
_locatio_1
_locatio_2
_locatio_3
dwelling_t
building_u
years_in_h
ward
sub_ward
street
landmark
mjumbe
mjumbe_abs
shina
house_numb
experience
moved_hous
moved_ho_1
_submissio
location_l
location_1
location_a
location_p
address_wa
address_su
address_st
address_la
flood_hist
flood_hi_1
flood_hi_2
flood_hi_3
flood_hi_4
flood_hi_5
flood_hi_6
flood_hi_7
flood_hi_8
flood_hi_9
flood_hi10
flood_hi11
flood_hi12
flood_hi13
flood_hi14
flood_hi15
flood_hi16
flood_hi17
flood_hi18
flood_hi19
evacuation
flood_hi20
flood_hi21
flood_hi22
flood_hi23
flood_hi24
flood_hi25
flood_hi26
flood_hi27
flood_hi28
flood_hi29
moved_ho_2

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