To any experts who can provide remote sensing data that can help assess impact and damage of nepal earthquake we really need your help to ensure aid is well targeted.

Existing data so far is here

If you can supplement with for example sentinel-1 SAR data, building damage, population densities etc. This could be very useful

Please add relevant dataset in well labelled formats that are accessible and understandable to non gis experts to the humanitarian data exchange and or other networks you known.

Please explain any uncertainties and document clearly.

closed as off-topic by underdark Apr 26 '15 at 7:13

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    I really fail to see why this answer is generating so many downvotes. The question asks for RS sources and analysis and the answer mentions a site/service that is both, and has been used extensively in the past just for this purpose. – Chris W Apr 26 '15 at 20:36

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