Geographic base file systems, Mass appraisal techniques, Disasters
An Emergency mapping and Data Center, a grass-roots, self-directed group of GIS experts in Greater New York, along with key employees of city agencies, used GIS and CAMA to organize emergency response to the World Trade Center disaster. They supplied damaged estimates and mapped data to emergency management agencies and provided updated maps for utility services and transportation access for the public.
This paper is based on the keynote addressed for the Sixth Annual Integrating CAMA and GIS Conference.
"CAMA, GIS, and the recovery of New York City,"
Assessment Journal: Vol. 9:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://researchexchange.iaao.org/assessment_journal/vol9/iss3/1