Open spaces and risk perception in post-earthquake Kathmandu city

  • Reshma Shrestha (Creator)



The research investigates the relationship between built environment, in particular open spaces, and perception of seismic risk of people. The research uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to analyse this relationship. The comparative case study of two earthquake hit communities in Kathmandu after the 2015 earthquake was done and is the basis for this data.

Open spaces, Risk perception, Earthquakes

Urban and rural planning
Date made available21 Sept 2018
Temporal coverage2015 - 2017
Date of data production7 Apr 2017
Geographical coveragePanga, Nayabazar, Kathmandu
Geospatial point27.7172,85.3240Show on map

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