EPA Webinar: Using Fine-Scale Data for St. Louis Area via EnviroAtlas - April 8, 2020
– EPA Region 7 Feature –
- Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 2 to 3 p.m. Central
- Webinar details and free registration
EPA’s EnviroAtlas is a data-rich, web-based decision support tool that combines maps, analysis tools, downloadable data, and informational resources. It is used by states, tribes, communities and individuals to help inform policy and planning decisions that impact the places where we live, learn, work and play.
In December 2019, as part of its EnviroAtlas tool (www.epa.gov/enviroatlas), EPA released fine-scale mapping data for St. Louis and surrounding areas at a 1-meter resolution, adding it to a number of other communities for which this specialized ecological and built-environment information is available.
This includes over 100 fine-scale datasets for the St. Louis area that may be of interest to those involved with urban planning, redevelopment, parks and recreation, geographic information systems (GIS), public health, education, and a range of other topics.
This webinar will provide a demonstration of available St. Louis area data and the EnviroAtlas online interactive mapping tool, including examples of how EnviroAtlas has been used by communities to advance local initiatives. (More information in flyer at right.)
For those who wish to stay for a longer question-and-answer session, there will be additional discussion time available from 3 to 3:30 p.m.
Jessica Daniel, EPA Office of Research and Development (email@example.com)
- Andrew Wynne, EPA Region 7 (firstname.lastname@example.org)