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Introduction

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This demonstration uses selected data from an analysis of sea level rise.

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Data sources

CPAD

CPAD data on protected areas - learn more at www.calands.org


Sea Level, 2000 Baseline

Areas inundated by unimpeded Pacific coastal flooding under baseline (year 2000) conditions. In the Bay Area, we are using inund000cm_100yr.tif from USGS CASCaDE Project.

http://pacinst.org/the-impacts-of-sea-level-rise-on-the-california-coast-gis-data-downloads/

http://cascade.wr.usgs.gov/data/Task2b-SFBay/data.shtm


Sea Level, Projected 2100

Areas inundated by unimpeded Pacific coastal flooding under a scenario of 1.4-meter (55-inch) sea-level rise. In the Bay Area, we are using inund140cm_100yr.tif from USGS CASCaDE Project.

http://pacinst.org/the-impacts-of-sea-level-rise-on-the-california-coast-gis-data-downloads/

http://cascade.wr.usgs.gov/data/Task2b-SFBay/data.shtm


People of Color, > 50%

US Census block groups (ACS 2008-2012) median household income and people of color. For people of color calculations, we added up all the population count and made sure they equaled total population (Total Population - B01001e1) then subtracted the population for white alone (B02001e2) in order to get white and people of color populations.

http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/searchresults.xhtml


Congressional Districts

California data file

http://wedrawthelines.ca.gov/maps-final-draft-congressional-districts.html


Schools

California schools vulnerable to sea level rise

http://pacinst.org/the-impacts-of-sea-level-rise-on-the-california-coast-gis-data-downloads/


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