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Data for Decisions: Using EPA’s EnviroAtlas Tool - Shared screen with speaker view
Achang@naccho.org
17:58
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Achang@naccho.org
18:06
If you have any questions, please enter them through the chat box.
Achang@naccho.org
18:27
They will be answered during the Q&A session.
Achang@naccho.org
21:42
Laura Jackson - I just promoted you as a panelist.
Laura Jackson
40:03
Our goal is to update EnviroAtlas national data every five years, when updates to the National Land Cover Database are released.
JessicaDaniel
40:40
Are there ways of drawing on health data if our city is not one that the data is available for? I am from Buffalo, NY
Laura Jackson
41:15
EnviroAtlas community data are relatively current (within 4-10 yrs.); we are looking to spread coverage more broadly geographically. Updates will be possible when one-meter landcover data are more widely available.
Laura Jackson
42:13
Many national data layers apply to human health as well.
Laura Jackson
42:53
Where are you from, Kevin?
Laura Jackson
43:33
If you have one-meter landcover data, we can help you with creating many of our community metrics.
Laura Jackson
43:58
All of our code is publicly available.
Achang@naccho.org
44:39
The recording will be available later on NACCHO's website. The link will be sent out to all registrants after the webinar.
Laura Jackson
45:26
Kevin, let's talk offline: Jackson.laura@epa.gov. We can certainly share our code.
Laura Jackson
01:01:47
No, but you can get to the guts of the data and code onscreen in the mapping application by raising a tab at the bottom that shows the code, I believe.
Laura Jackson
01:02:31
Also, you can download the data with field names, etc.
Laura Jackson
01:04:08
Mapping CAFOs is underway; they're challenging because records often list the parent company, not the field site.
Laura Jackson
01:16:16
No. We do have a climate viewer that you can control in that way.