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This page contains Urban Heat Island maps, as well as the underlying datasets used to produce them, from the NIHHIS-CAPA Urban Heat Island mapping campaigns from 2018 to present. Products from the most recent campaigns will be made available here when ready (in late 2020). Data sets include the mobile transect points (observed every second) as well as the ultimate map product as a raster. Details on the data sets and the methods used are available in the readme file.

 

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San Jose and Santa Clara
Year: 2020

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  • Campaign Lead Organization:

    Santa Clara University

    Get Involved, Contact:

    C.J. Gabbe | cgabbe@scu.edu


    About the San Jose and Santa Clara heat campaign

    Photo credit: Will Buckner


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    Burlington, VT
    Year: 2020

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  • Campaign Lead Organization:

    Vermont Department of Health

    Get Involved, Contact:

    healthvermont.gov/environment/climate


    About the Burlington heat campaign


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    Detroit, Michigan
    Year: 2020

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  • Campaign Lead Organization:EcoWorks Detroit , Detroit Office of Sustainability, and Urban Energy Justice Lab

    Get Involved, Contact:

    Jordan Larson: jordan@youthenergysquad.org
    Website: www.ecoworksdetroit.org


    About the Detroit heat campaign


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    El Paso, TX
    Year: 2020

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  • Campaign Lead Organization:

    City of El Paso

    Get Involved, Contact:

    Fernando Liano Berjano, Sustainability Coordinator, berjanofl@elpasotexas.gov


    About the El Paso heat campaign


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    King County & the City of Seattle (Washington)
    Year: 2020

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  • Campaign Lead Organization:

    King County Climate Action Team City of Seattle Office of Sustainability and the Environment

    Get Involved, Contact:

    lwbinder@kingcounty.gov


    About the King County & Seattle heat campaign

    Photo by Rattlhed


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    The NIHHIS is an integrated system that builds understanding of the problem of extreme heat, defines demand for climate services that enhance societal resilience, develops science-based products and services from a sustained climate science research program, and improves capacity, communication, and societal understanding of the problem in order to reduce morbidity and mortality due to extreme heat. The NIHHIS is a jointly developed system by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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