Authored by Camila Moreno AmeriCorps VISTA 2021-2022
This material is based upon work supported by AmeriCorps VISTA. Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of, or a position that is endorsed by, AmeriCorps.
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Geocoding in ArcGIS Pro
Geocoding is the process of transforming descriptive location data into georeferenced points on a map.
This tutorial shows you how to geocode addresses using ArcGIS Pro’s integrated geocoding service.
nonprofits stand to not only gain a deeper understanding of existing gaps, but are subsequently better equipped to improve strategies and communicate impacts.
Data Consumer Pathway
In the wake of the Digital Revolution leaders across all sectors increasingly recognize the need for ‘data literacy’.
The goal of this toolkit is to highlight data literacy gaps within the organization to increase capacity.
Data literacy, in the simplest of terms, refers to a broad set of knowledge and skills around the use of data for solving-real world problems.
Social Vulnerability Index
As the occurrence of climatic extremes are expected to increase, assessing social vulnerability is crucial to disaster preparedness.
Social vulnerability analyses include an array of population characteristics to calculate a vulnerability score.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) describes social vulnerability as “the potential negative effects on communities caused by external stresses on human health.”
In the wake of the digital revolution, greater emphasis has been placed on the use of data to gain insight and solve problems.
Data Literacy Full Presentation Camila Moreno, Research Assistant – Fahe
Climate change is imminent. The actions taken now by governments, businesses, and individuals will determine how well communities are able to mitigate the impacts of future natural hazards.
Appalachia At Risk: Impact of Climate Change on Housing Camila Moreno, Research Assistant – Fahe