Any natural debris as a result of storms, flooding, or other reasons where vegetation is uprooted or damaged.
◾️ Uprooted trees
◾️ Broken/downed branches
◾️ Piles of green waste (for example, during the gardening process)
◾️ Piles of leaf litter and dropped branches on roofs
◾️ Burnt leftovers of trees that are no longer standing
◾️ Unmaintained gardens - if plants are still growing, they aren't debris, unless they are damaged
◾️ Vegetation no longer attached to a growing plant rooted in soil
◾️ Burnt trees that are still standing
◾️ Scattered leaves are excluded unless the leaves either form a continuous carpet on the ground or a pile. Foe example, the ground is visible half the time through the leaves.
|Suitable Use Cases|
To identify debris that creates a fire risk (that could burn), or creates problems after a storm (blocking roads or gutters, etc.).
|Product-specific Terms and Conditions|
Layer specifications (Offline Vector)
|Attribute Name||Data Type||Attribute Data Type (Example)||Comments|
|Description||varchar||Building||Name of the layer|
|SurveyDate||varchar||2020-12-03||ISO8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD)|
|Confidence||double||0.994140625||0-1 Probability Distribution|