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In recent years, the proliferation of multi-temporal census data products and the increased capabilities of geospatial analysis and visualization techniques have encouraged longitudinal analyses of socioeconomic census data. Traditional cartographic methods for illustrating socioeconomic change tend to rely either on comparison of multiple temporal(More)
The primary objectives of this phase of the Gulf Coast Study were to assemble the data needed for an analysis of the potential impacts on transportation; determine whether climate and ecological data could be usefully employed in such an assessment; identify and implement an assessment approach; and provide an overview of the potential impacts. The results(More)
The Phase I Study area includes 48 contiguous coastal counties in 4 States, running from the Galveston Bay region in Texas to the Mobile Bay region in Alabama. This region is home to almost 10 million people living in a range of urban and rural settings, contains some of the Nation's most critical transportation infrastructure, and is highly vulnerable to(More)
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