Maps

September 25 2012


NPL Superfund Footprint Mapper

This interactive mapping tool created by the CU SRP Research Translation Core permits users to visualize critical data about inhabitants and areas near Superfund sites. The Mapper is unique compared to other environmental mapping services. It focuses specifically on NPL Superfund sites and provides key demographic information on communities living within one and four miles of the actual site footprint. It is easy to use and does not require familiarity with geographic information systems. Novices may easily view the maps, generate data and new maps, and save or print their results. Access Mapper..

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July 24 2012


U.S. Population within Four-Mile Buffers of Superfund Sites

This map displays the 2000 US Census Grid Population data for residents within 4-mile buffers of NPL sites based on locations provided by EPA and ATSDR. For access to the data and the report generated for NIEHS, "Assessment of Populations in Proximity to Superfund National Priorities List Sites" please click here. To download the full-sized map, click here.


Spatial variability of Arsenic concentrations in 6000 tube wells in Araihazar, Bangladesh

Data collected and mapped by Columbia SRP scientists, led by Dr. Alexander van Geen.

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NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) Centers

Map with locations of the NIEHS SRP Headquarters and the SRP University Centers; each point can be clicked for information about the research programs and direct links to their web sites.url

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