On Wednesday October 15th, we will have our second GeoENVD lecture series. In this meeting we will talk about different resources of open data providing useful data for environmental design analysis.
In this session we will explore available data in historical archives, climate and weather data, GIS files of cities and counties (buildings, parcels, topographic lines, planning data), census data, satellite images and products such as DEMs, lidar data, aerial photos, national datasets provided by USGS, social media, and many others.
Also, our first session about data capturing and interoperability could fit with this topic. our next sessions would be focused on data analysis tools and methods. We will provide the lecture materials in another post.