October 9, 2015

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Maps (Reference Roundup #2)

Twelve National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGIA) maps were made available online today by the team at Public Intelligence.

Most of the maps were published last month and are viewable online and/or downloaded.

The  Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Maps maps available via Public Intelligence are:

  • Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Reference Graphic
  • “RusSki Gorki” Jumping Center (SJV)
  • Sliding Center “Sanki” (SLV)
  • “Rosa Khutor” Extreme Park (SFV)
  • Media Village and Gorki Media Center (MSC)
  • Sochi Olympic Park Venue Cluster
  • “Rosa Khutor” Alpine Center (ACV)
  • Mountain Village (MVL)
  • “Laura” Cross-country Ski and Biathlon Center (CBV) and Endurance Village (EVL)
  • Sochi Olympic Park (OLP)
  • Mountain Venue Area
  • Adler

Direct to Map Downloads (via Public Intelligence)

See Also: Reference Roundup #1: Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics (Fact Sheets and Guidebooks)

See Also: Background Report: Terrorism and the Olympics: Sochi 2014 (via National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, U. of Maryland)

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