November 26, 2015

Reference: A Compilation of Selected Post-Hurricane Sandy Maps (Damage, Power Outages, and More)

UPDATED: Esri Impact Map for Superstorm Sandy

“A collection of dynamic maps showing impacted counties provided by FEMA with ESRI demographic data”

Here are a few of the MANY maps (most interactive) powered by ESRI and/or made available via their web site.

1. ESRI Public Information Map (via Microsoft)

2. A Selection of Maps via the ESRI User Map Gallery:

  • Red Cross
  • Power Outage Information

3. NYC Hurricane Evacuation Map (Utilizes Social Media)

4. FEMA MOTF-Hurricane Sandy Impact Analysis

5. Con Edison Power Outage Map
Non-ESRI map.

6. NYSEG Outage Map

7. Dominion (Virginia) Power Outage Map

8. Maryland Power Outage Map

9. Hurricane Sandy Flooding (via FEMA Geo Portal)

10. National Water Information Sytems (Maps and Data)
Non-ESRI maps.

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