Socioeconomic impacts GIS and Coverage Data

This dataset includes mapping data to track the socio-economic metrics associated with a number of projects funded through the Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Program. Project locations are found in Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, and New York. Data was collected from 2017 to 2020. The map data shows agricultural and cropland data, the area of influence at each site, the flooded areas around project sites, area with reduced flood depth because of the project, buildings and their position above and below water, concentrated animal feeding operations, emergency facilities, schools, correction facilities, natural gas processing plants, waste treatment plants, transportation data including data came from a variety of sources, including railways and roads, and watersheds. Data sources include the Department of Homeland Society, U.S. Census Bureau, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, and U.S. Government open data.

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Last Updated November 12, 2020, 17:55 (UTC)
Created November 5, 2020, 19:25 (UTC)
Data Maintainer Sarah Chadwick
Email Address
Metric Category Ecological
Metric Class Hydrology, Beach Geomorphology, Shoreline, Elevation, Vegetation
Resilience Grant NFWF-44167, NFWF-44225, NFWF-44109, NFWF-43322, NPS-1A, NFWF-43429, NFWF-43281, USFWS-15, NFWF-43986
Reporting Years 2018, 2020, 2017, 2019
States and Territories MD, MA, NJ, DE, NY
Measurement Stage Monitoring
Restoration Activity Marsh, Beach, Living Shoreline, Mangrove, Floodplain Connectivity