(Public) A digital repository of maps, data, and products pertaining to environmental issues in North America. Datasets can be previewed from the map viewer or browsed and downloaded individually as listings.
The Malaria Atlas Project (MAP) brings together a global network of researchers with expertise in a wide range of disciplines, from public health to mathematics, geography, and epidemiology. We work together to assemble global databases on malaria risk and intervention coverage and develop innovative analysis methods that use those data to address critical questions. These include better understanding the global landscape of malaria risk, how this is changing, and the impact of malaria interventions. By evaluating burden, trends, and impact at fine geographical scale we support informed decision making for malaria control at international, regional and national scales.
(UA Access Only) Easily access vector data published by the Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografia e Informatíca (INEGI) for for the Mexican border states of Baja Norte, Chihuahua, and Sonora. Data includes contour lines at 10m intervals, transportation data, built up areas, land cover, administrative boundaries and hydrological features. Available for download in shapefile format.
Global Dam Watch is an international collaboration between an expanding group of researchers who are passionate about understanding the costs and benefits of dams to our world. We bring together information about where to find the world’s most comprehensive dam datasets, currently comprising more than 200,000 georeferenced records, and we offer our own curated global compilations.
(Public) Datasets privately processed by Diego Valle-Jones for census data produced by INEGI, INF, and other institutions. Datasets include census geographies, electoral shapefiles, municipalities, crimes, and homicides.