The Google Crisis map is a collection of national and regional-scale layers related to weather, hazards, and emergency preparedness and response. The map is available to browse at google.org/crisismap.
Crisis Map displays geographic data in several formats, including the following:
These layers might contain information on satellite imagery, storm paths , shelter locations, and evacuation routes, among other data sources that are best visualized on a map. To include these on the Crisis Map for your country, please specify a title for the layer that we should display, and provide the URL of the file or feed containing your map layer data. This should be a stable URL that doesn't change between different events or disasters.
For tropical storm data, please see the special recommendations for tropical storms.