2006 Fulton County Georgia Lidar

Authors Ayres Associates and 3001, Inc.   Citation OCM Partners, 2021: 2006 Fulton County Georgia Lidar, https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/inport/item/49724.   eRAMS Link https://erams.com/groups/photos/?current_location=photos://:g242/_path_=Atlanta/Atlanta%20elevation%20data   Year Created 2006   Purpose The Fulton County LiDAR Survey data will support the creation of Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FEMA FIRM) and an integrated ground and surface water…

Atlanta LST Data 2013 – 2019

Authors Nkosi Muse   Citation Muse, Nkosi Mark MS, “An Analysis of Climate Resilience Planning in Atlanta, Georgia.” Thesis, Georgia State University, 2020. https://scholarworks.gsu.edu/geosciences_theses/141   eRAMS Link https://erams.com/groups/documents?current_location=docs://:g242/_path_=Convergence/Atlanta/LST%20Data   Year Created 2020   Purpose Data was accessed and aggregated to show peak land surface temperatures in Atlanta for the summers 2013-2019 and used to show…

Atlanta City Boundaries

Data Source gis.atlantaga.gov   eRAMS Location https://erams.com/groups/documents?current_location=docs://:g242/_path_=Convergence/Atlanta/Atlanta%20City%20Limits%202021   Year Created 2021   Purpose This shapefile was created to outline the city limits of Atlanta, GA for GIS applications.   Description Municipal boundaries in Atlanta, GA   Attributes Type: GIS (shapefile) Layer: Atlanta city boundary Data Source: City of Atlanta – Planning GIS Open Data

Miami

Miami is dealing with many complex challenges when the UREx SRN began in 2016, Southeast Florida is considered one of the most vulnerable regions in the US to the impacts of climate extremes, a where place multiple hazards intersect, like many densely populated areas along the coast.

Governance Analysis Task Force

Understanding the governance of urban climate resilience is a crucial aspect of the UREx SETS approach. While cities are increasingly leading the way in developing actions to address climate change, many of the expected risks from climate change, such as a greater frequency of extreme events (e.g., floods, heat, and drought), are too large and complex for city governments to address on their own.