Here you will find data that underlie most of our research. We typically do not publish a dataset at the same time as the research reports, articles, and other publications. The lag time varies by study. That’s because it takes some time for us to complete all reporting for a given study and to prepare the data for public release and secondary investigations. For more information on how to use our datasets, contact us at hrrc@arch.tamu.edu with any questions.

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Please, find a dataset by projects:

1. The Adoption and Utilization of Hazard Mitigation Practices by Jurisdictions along Gulf and Atlantic Coasts

These datasets are part of the results of the NSF project “The Adoption and Utilization of Hazard Mitigation Practices by Jurisdictions along Gulf and Atlantic Coasts”. The geo-processing occurred between 12/2017 and 01/2018, however the source of the data can be older than that, as 2005. Eventually, when the data receives updates on their source, efforts will be taken to these be reflected here. The work was developed utilizing open source software (such as R, Geometry Engine Open Source (RGEOS), Bindings for the Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (RGDAL), QGIS, LibreOffice, FileZilla, among others). The script developed will be available soon (expected date: Fall 2018).

Surge 

 

 

Flood

 

 

Integrated example

Aransas county, TX (FIPS 48007)

 

2. Coastal Bend Area Hurricane Evacuation Study

Census Demographics

 

 

Flood

 

 

Evacuation Maps