We would love to include the pollutant data and health data from the Superfund Research Program (SRP) university grantees on to the SF Footprint Mapper. The data could then be more accessible (and hopefully useful) to other researchers as well as the impacted communities. Perhaps at the next SRP Annual Meeting we can work with the other SRP Research Translation Cores and Community Engagement Cores to coordinate these collaborations. Thanks for your interest-
Meredith Golden, the Superfund Research Program and CIESIN at Columbia University1 vote
Take pollutant data and health data from the SRPs and map it onto your map (linked to the dates collected). Then the communities can have better access to the data.
Keep improving the visual interface and usability as you can.1 vote
The units, period and geographical extent of the layers need to be added (e.g. infant mortality rate by county, for year 2011, and per 10000 births)2 votes
You might want to attach a note when it goes out to people explaining potential uses for it.1 vote
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