GIS for Environmental Management
 

Mitigation

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EPA's NEPAssist application uses Esri technology to help simplify the process of filing and reviewing environmental impact statements and environmental assessments.

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How Is GIS Being Used?

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Mitigating the effects of natural hazards and providing potential risk analysis for communities are common application areas for GIS. Information from a central database can be visualized and analyzed to mitigate areas that are environmentally at risk. You can use GIS to assess contamination of soil, water, or the atmosphere.

With GIS, you can
  • Monitor pollution to environment relationships.
  • Identify potential risks.
  • Prioritize potential pollution scenarios.
  • Model the rise of pollution levels over time and predict environmental impact.

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