EERI relies on observations from EERI members to provide informed observations about actual impacts in areas affected by the earthquake. All data submitted to EERI as described on this page will be visible on the Chile Earthquake Data Map and in the Chile Earthquake photo gallery.

Materials on this site and on the data maps may be used with proper attribution (Name of Individual or Organizational Contributor) for non-commercial uses. Questions, contact EERI at eeri@eeri.org.

How to Contribute Your Photos and Notes to the virtual clearinghouse:

EERI currently promotes the use of the following tools to submit data to the virtual clearinghouse. Click on the name of each tool for detailed instructions on how to use that tool.

If you have questions about these tools, or the recommended tools do not provide an appropriate mechanism to share your data, please contact EERI Clearinghouse staff.

EERI Photo Upload Map

The EERI Photo upload map is a web-based interactive map that is ideal for uploading non-geotagged photos. You can upload your photos on this page by using the map shown below.

EERI Batch Photo Upload Tool

The EERI Photo Upload Tool is a java-based tool that allows you to upload geotagged photos to the virtual clearinghouse in a single batch from your computer. To use this tool, photos must be geotagged, or latitude/longitude locations must be known. Additionally, uploading large numbers of photos requires a strong internet connection to ensure a successful upload.

Clearinghouse Fieldnotes

Clearinghouse Fieldnotes is a web-based mobile data collection tool. This tool can be used to submit point data that contains a photo and some form data using your mobile device in the field. At this time, using Clearinghouse Fieldnotes requires an internet cellular data connection.