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(module 1- lecture 3) Maps of model outputs can be used to predict what may happen in a disaster.What should a map of this type contain and what should we remember about the potential audience? Known places Maps are an important part of an EOC Because… (give three reasons) Why were street maps important for search and rescue units After Katrina? What benefit did these maps have over shop-bought Street maps? Maps can play several roles in response and recovery ….animal rescue provides one such example. Why was a map important to them? (module 1- lecture 4) What is the main difference in the data you input in a GIS compared to a normal database or Excel spreadsheet? Give an example of where a spatial analysis might help understand the pattern of a disease related event, for example finding Anthrax in the “real world” or identifying patterns associated with a bio terror attack Why are zip code boundaries often an inappropriate way to carve out social space? (module 1- lecture 5)
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2008 for the course GEOG 107 taught by Professor Wagner during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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