Polygon feature class (Existing Land Use) is produced by the Research Section of Planning Division, Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources Department (RER).
Storm-water pipes, outfalls, catch basins, manholes in Miami
Extent of wetlands and open water
Data on storm events and historical climate data
The Portland Heat Vulnerability Index Map indicates the normalized (between low (0) and high (1)) spatial concentration of the population most vulnerable to thermal extremes based on their expected Sensitivity as well as their residence in relation to Exposure.
Yearly Flickr Data in New York from 2005 to 2014
Yearly Crime Data in New York from 2007 to 2010
The San Juan Temperature Index Map indicates the normalized (between low (0) and high (1)) surface temperature scale.
The San Juan Temperature Index Map indicates the land surface temperature in degrees Celsius.
The San Juan Heat Sensitivity Index Map indicates the normalized (between low (0) and high (1)) spatial concentration of the population most sensitive to thermal extremes. In San Juan those sensitive populations include: Black or African American, American Indian and Alaskan Native, Asian, those below 10 years old, those 65 and older, households below the median income, households living in poverty, those who are unemployed, adults living alone, those without a high school diploma, and adults with disabilities.