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…
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…
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
In ancient times, the region now known as Central New York played a key political role in serving as the home of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, where five Native American tribes lived.
Authors Adam X. Andresen, Paul M. Chakalian, Liza C. Kurtz, David M. Hondula Purpose To fulfill the requirements of being awarded the 2019 UREx Graduate Student Research Grant. These files comprise the analysis portion of the research. The initial results, separated by cities are provided and the final combined results files are included. …
The Mission of the EDWG is to provide an environment and programs in which diverse people (in terms of career stage, sector, ethnicity, culture) may collaboratively learn about the impacts of extreme events on urban areas and how to promote the resilience of urban SETS infrastructure.
Extreme heat is becoming an increasingly dangerous threat to urban residents. However, unlike hazards such as storm surges, communities lack basic knowledge of where extreme heat threats are likely to have the most impacts, and who is most likely to be most affected.
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.
The central objective of the CHExWG is to produce future scenarios of extreme climate and hydrologic events grounded on past conditions that have impacts on urban infrastructure. This will promote better urban planning through provision of realistic and city-tailored future scenarios of climate and hydrologic extremes
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.