Google Creates Embeddable Typhoon Pablo Crisis Response Map

    December 4, 2012
    Chris Crum

Google has been pretty good about getting out crisis response maps for major storms and other natural disasters, and Typhoon Pablo is no different. Google announced the map on its Google Maps blog, and encouraged people to share it or embed it on their own sites.

The map includes storm warnings, shelter locations, weather info, etc. It’s in English and Filipino.

To share or embed, just hit the “share” button at the top of the embedded map above.

The map can also be found on the Filipino Government’s Pablo site.


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