Interactive Maps

Explore Our Research Findings

Effective dissemination of project outcomes is a crucial, but often overlooked, piece of research. Until a few years ago, research findings were typically distributed to sponsors and the public in static formats such as journal articles, reports, charts, maps and graphs. Today, in addition to traditional formats, delivery of results to sponsors almost always takes the form of an online, interactive map application or data visualization tool. The examples below are just a few of the types of software applications produced at our Center over the last several years.

Georgia Wetlands Restoration Access Portal (G-WRAP) (2016)

Georgia Coastal and Marine Planner (GCAMP) (2015)

GoogleTreesAtlanta (2015)

Assessing Urban Tree Canopy (2014)

TreeMap Atlanta Story Map (2014)

Tracking Atlanta's Streetcar (2014)

Georgia Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax

Customized Data Collection Utilizing GIS (2014)

Atlanta Neighborhood Quality of Life and Health Project (2014)

Mapping Gorilla Movements in Rwanda (2013)