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Learning from Sandy’s Maps

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Tuesday, November 27th 2012


Maps, before and after Hurricane Sandy predicted flood damage well. What can mappers do better next time to support high density urban areas that are likely to be impacted by catastrophic storms?

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Flooding and Flood Zones | WNYC
Hurricane SANDY Response Imagery
New York City Hurricane Evacuation Zones - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
A Map of Readers’ Photos of Hurricane Sandy - Multimedia Feature - NYTimes.com
Assessing Damage From Hurricane Sandy - Graphic - NYTimes.com
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A Survey of the Flooding in N.Y.C. After the Hurricane - NYTimes.com


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