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This GIS datasets contains polygonal boundaries for 170 union councils of Rawalpindi urban area as well as Rawalpindi District. This geo-dataset is more reliable for urban area and seems to be less accurate for rural towns.
This GIS map consists of polygonal boundaries for 118 union councils of Faisalabad urban area. It has been developed and generously shared by Nasar min Allah Bhalli (M.Phil) from Department of geography, GC University Faisalabad.
This GIS map contains polygonal boundaries for 31 administration town of Karachi. It has been developed by Dr. Jamil H. Kazmi at he Department of geography, University of Karachi and generously shared by Bilal Aslam (Research Fellow).
Seismo-Tectonic map of Pakistan having information for earth quack distribution, damages categories and major structural features with the background with interpolation on depth of the earthquakes.
This map has been developed and generously shared by Mohammad Ihsan Afridi, Geologist Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation, Peshawar Pakistan
Base data for this map have been collected from the meteorological department, some from the Engineering council as building design code of Pakistan and the rest have been digitized from the published map of the Geological Survey of Pakistan.
Bahawalnagar is a city and tehsil of Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan and lies just south of the Sutlej River, its population according to the 1998 census of Pakistan was 2,061,000. Read More>> This map has been been prepared by Hina Munir and Amir Safdar. They are Urban Planners from Department of City & Regional Planning, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore.
Street level mapping has been completed using high resolution images (0.6-1m) of Google Earth dating October 26, 2009. Detailed process is mentioned in the tutorial HERE.
Tertiary Roads/ Streets
Points of Interest (Hospitals, Educational Buildings, Public Buildings, Mosques, Hotels, Banks, Petrol Pumps etc)
Area features (Parks, open spaces, Built up areas, Graveyards, Housing Schemes, water bodies etc)
77.45 Square Kilometer
Data is available in KML and ESRI Shape file formats.
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