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Knowledge Map Service of Major Organization for Disaster Risk Reduction
Category: Mapping

Institution Location
Typhoon Network of Hong Kong China, HongKong
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology,IITM India, Pune
Bureau of Meteorology,BOM Australia, Melbourne
Met Office England, Exeter
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) USA, Ohio
The International Recovery Platform (IRP) Japan, Kobe
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) USA, New York
Baptist Global Response (BGR) USA, Tennessee
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Switzerland, Geneva
Inner Mongolia Monitoring Institute of Environment China, Hohhot City
Three Gorges Research Center for Geohazards,Ministry of Education China, Wuhan
Skate Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection China, Chengdu
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford UK, Oxford
National Disaster Management in India India, New Delhi
United States Geological Survey USA, Virginia
Ministry of Water Resources Engineering Research Center of mountain torrents geological disaster prevention and control engineering China, Guiyang
Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ) Japan, Ibarakiken
American Geophysical Union United States, Washington
Oklahoma Geological Survey US, Norman, Oklahoma
National Marine Hazard Mitgation Service China, Beijing
China forest fire prevention headquarters China, Beijing
Disaster Prevention Research Institute Kyoto University Japan, Kyoto
U.S.Army CorpsOf Engineer USA, Washington
International Centre for Geohazards Norway, Oslo
British Geological Survey UK, Nottingham
Department of Hydrology and Meteorology Nepal, Kathmandu
Indonesian Agency for Meteorology,Climatology and Geophysics Indonesia, Jakarta
Japan Meteorological Agency,JMA Japan, Tokyo
Korea Meteorological Administration Korea, Seoul
Earthquake Research Institute,University of Tokyo Japan, Tokyo
Geological Survey of Japan - Chishitsu Cyousa Jyo-Research Institute of Earthquake and Volcano Geology Japan, Tsukuba
New Zealand Institute of Geology and nuclear science New Zealand, Wairakei,
United States Geological Survey United States, Reston, Virginia
Society of Exploration Geophysicists United States, Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA)
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program Northern California US, California
Icelandic Meteorological Office,IMO Iceland, Reykjavik
National Climatic Data Center,NCDC United States, Asheville
Taiwan Typhoon and Flood Research Institude China, Central Taiwan
National Weather Service,NWS United States, Silver spring, Maryland
China Earthquake Networks Center China, Beijing
Earthquake Research Institute,University of Tokyo Japan, Tokyo
Seismological Society of America United States, Albany
Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation United States, Arlington
IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System(IKCEST DRR) China, Beijing
National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience(NEID) Japan, Ibaraki
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center(ADPC) Thailand, Bangkok
National Disaster Reduction Center of Chinese(NDRCC) China, Beijing
Earthquake Commission(EQC) New Zealand, Wellington
Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau China, Macau
Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,CAS China, Chengdu
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts,ECMWF the United Kingdom, Bracknell
China meteorological administration,CMA China, Beijing
Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology United States, Washington
US Army Corps of Engineers United States, Concord
GEOFON Data Center Germany, Potsdam
Western States Seismic Policy Council United States, Sacramento
China National Commission for Disaster Reduction (NCDR China) China, Beijing
Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) United States, Washington
The American Civil Defense Association(TACDA) United States, Utah
Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance(CFE-DMHA) United States, Hawaii
Geoscience Australia Australia, Canberra
Kuwait Meteorological Center Kuwait, Al Kuwayt
Climate change Australia, Canberra
National Earthquake Information Center United States, Golden
Harvard Seismology United States, Cambridge
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) Switzerland, Geneva
Asian Disaster Reduction Center(ADRC) Japan, Hyogo
The Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) Norway, Trondheim
Norwegian Meteorological Institute Norway, Oslo
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,NOAA United States, Washington
Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance,OFDA United States, Washington
State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters China, Beijing
Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University(DPRI) Japan, Kyoto
Public Safety Canada Canada, Ottawa
Arid Forest Research Institute(AFRI) India, Jodhpur,Rajasthan
Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources,CAS China, Lanzhou
National Weather Service(NWS) United States, Silver spring, Maryland
Office of State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters China, Beijing
International Institute for Environment and Development(IIED) the United Kingdom, London
Ministry of Environment,Forests and Climate Change(MoEFCC) India, New Delhi
Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management,BNPB Indonesia, Djakarta
Thai Meteorological Department Thailand, Bangkok
National Disaster Management Agency(NaDMA) Grenada, Fort Frederick, St.George’s
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Sweden, Stockholm
National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC) United States, Lincoln,Nebraska
CAMJ The Certified and Accredited Meteorologists of Japan Japan, Tokyo
Earthquake Reseach Institute ,The University of Tokyo Japan, Tokyo
The Hesdquarters for Earthquake Research Promotion Japan, Tokyo
The Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department Japan Coast Guard Japan, Tokyo
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Switzerland, Geneva
Meteorological Research Institute, JMA Japan, Tokyo
Japan Meteorological Business Support Center(JMBSC) Japan, Tokyo
Geospatial Information Authority Of Japan(GSI) Japan, Tokyo
Russian Federal Service For Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (ROSHYDROMET) Russia, Moscow
Russian emergency situations ministry,EMERCOM Russia, Moscow
National Crisis Management Centre of Russian Russia, Moscow
Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics,Russian Academy of Science Russia, Moscow
Institute of water problem,Russian Academy of Science Russia, Moscow
Institute of Environmental Geoscience of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IEG RAS) Russia, Moscow
India Meteorological Department India, NEW DELHI
Ministry of Environment,Forests and Climate Change India, NEW DELHI
Meteorological and hydrological institute of Croatia Croatia, Zagreb
National Agency of Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
Institute of Arid Zones,Southern Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences Russia, Rostov-on-Don.
Institute of Geosphere Dynamics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IDG RAS) Russia, Moscow
The Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IPE RAS) Russia, Moscow
Matsushiro Seismological Observatory Japan, Tokyo
National Emergency Management Agency Korea, Seoul
Indian disaster management agency India, NEW DELHI
UNHCR(Korea) Korea, Seoul
Hydrology and Meteorology Department of Nepal Nepal, Kathmandu
Germany's National Meteorological Service Germany, Offenbach
Japan Meteorological Agency Japan, Tokyo
The Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere Portugal, Lisbon
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute Sweden, Norcopping
Turkish State Meteorological Service Turkey, Turkey
Institute of Volcanology and Seismology,RAS Russia, Kamchatka Peter luo Pavlov
Korea Meteorological Administration Korea, Seoul
Institute of Meteorology and Water Management Poland, Warsaw
Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium Belgium, Brussels
The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute Netherlands, De Bilt

Brief introduction:

To meet the requirements of organization catalogue for disaster risk reduction, the management and visualization function modules are developed to support the organization directory navigation.


The majority organizations of disaster risk reduction have been collected and stored in the DRR platform, the visualization application of data and maps have been realized by WebGIS technology, including “Map View” mode and “Data View” mode.

  • Map View: the map data of organization have been transferred into GeoJson format and displayed on the map tiles. The location of individual organization is displayed by coordinate point, the title information is linked with the map, and the homepage of the organization will be showed when the title is clicked.
  • Data View: the organizations are displayed as list form. It contains the title and location information. The title information is also showed in Map View as a link.


Clicking any coordinate point in the Map View, the organization information would be shown. Users can find the organization and get more navigation information (will be done later) through both Map View or Data View page.

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