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Uninsured Rate for Working-Age Adults Decreases in Majority of Counties

Categories: Health Insurance,Maps/Geography,Statistics

Provides county level estimates for the health insurance status of the working age population (those under 65).  Provides links to map with U.S. county coverage.  From the Census Bureau


National Wetland Condition Assessment 2011: A Collaborative Survey of the Nation’s Wetlands

Categories: Environment,Headlines,Maps/Geography,Natural Resources,Statistics

Presents the results of the first national evaluation of the ecological condition of the nation’s wetlands.  Reveals that nearly half are in good health, while 20% are in fair health and about 32% are in poor health. From the Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


2016 One-Year Seismic Hazard Forecast for the Central and Eastern United States from Induced and Natural Earthquakes

Categories: Energy,Geology/Mining,Headlines,Maps/Geography,Weather/Disasters

Announces the availability of new maps which identify potential hazards from both human-induced and natural earthquakes.  In the past the federal government had mapped only natural earthquake hazards.  The report shows that 7 million people live and work in areas of the central and eastern U.S. with potential for damaging shaking from induced seismicity, primarily from wastewater disposal from oil and gas production operations.  From the U. S. Geological Survey


Water Resources Dashboard

Categories: Environment,Maps/Geography,Natural Resources,Weather/Disasters

A one-stop website for relevant water data and maps on drought, flooding, precipitation, climate, and other measures affecting water supplies in the U.S.  From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


Potential Zika Virus Risk Estimated for 50 U.S. Cities

Categories: Consumer Info/Protection,Environment,Health/Medical,Maps/Geography

Reports results of research into the spread of mosquitoes capable of carrying the Zika Virus into the U.S. Anticipates the mosquitoes will become abundant along the East Coast as far north as New York City and across the southern tier as far west as Phoenix and Los Angeles. From the National Science Foundation


Mapping Medicare Disparities

Categories: Health/Medical,Maps/Geography,Medicare/Medicaid,Statistics

A new mapping tool which identifies disparities in health outcomes, utilization, and spending by race, ethnicity, and geographic area for Medicare beneficiaries. From the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services


Hampton Roads Journey to Work Maps

Categories: Maps/Geography,Transportation,Virginia Issues

Contains commuting pattern maps by local jurisdictions to illustrate the interconnections of the localities. Also has link for downloading full packet of all 16 maps in PDF format. From the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization


European Data Portal

Categories: European Union,Maps/Geography,Statistics

Some 240,000 data sets made available by the countries of the European Union. From the European Commission


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