activity : nca4-historical-and-projected-population-trends-panel-1-process

nca4-historical-and-projected-population-trends-panel-1-process

Methodology:

American FactFinder (https://factfinder.census.gov) to download the population values of the Census table holding all county population values for 2010: https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=DEC_10_SF1_P1&prodType=table

All of the values in the FactFinder tables originate in Summary File 1 (SF1): https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/2010/dec/summary-file-1.html

The dataset was joined (using GIS) to a shapefile in order to create the maps.

Methodology Citation: U.S. EPA, 2017: Updates to the Demographic and Spatial Allocation Models to Produce Integrated Climate and Land Use Scenarios (ICLUS) Version 2. EPA/600/R-16/366F. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Washington, D.C., various pp. https://cfpub.epa.gov/ncea/risk/recordisplay.cfm?deid=322479

Methodology Contact: Philip Morefield, EPA

Processes

The duration of this activity was 3 hours.

Interim artifacts generated by this activity :
ftp://newftp.epa.gov/epadatacommons/ORD/NCEA/ICLUS_v2.1.1/population/ICLUS_v2_1_1_population.zip,https://redmine.cicsnc.org/attachments/download/3431/population_2010.eps,https://redmine.cicsnc.org/attachments/download/3433/population_legend_2010.eps
Output artifacts generated by this activity :
https://resources-metadata.cicsnc.org/project/nca4/chapter/built-environment-urban-systems-and-cities/graphics#iclus-2100-population-projections---ssp2-and-ssp5
Tools

Computing environment : NA

Software used : N/A

Visualization software used : GIS

Data Bounding

The input object was time bounded starting from April 01, 2010 (04:00 AM)

The input object was time bounded ending at April 01, 2010 (04:00 AM)

The input object was bounded spatially:

This activity resulted in the following :

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