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Resilient Oakland
Description
Summary: This layer was created to depict industrial land areas present in 1968. The layer is intended to contribute to a larger mapping and modeling effort designed to spatially depict land areas that may be sources of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) or mercury in the San Francisco Bay Area. The land areas are termed “old industrial” due to their presence prior to roughly 1970, the timeframe when PCB production in the U.S. ceased. Old industrial land parcels in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Solano counties are depicted. Parcels in the datalayer are defined via the most currently available assessor’s parcel data for each county.
Category
Environmental
Tags
resilience, pca, priority conservation area, land use, industry
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The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
FID_Old_In
fid_old_in
notes
notes
Shape_Leng
shape_leng
Shape_Area
shape_area
FID_Landus
fid_landus
Landuse_1
landuse_1
Old_Ind
old_ind
Ports
ports
military
military
Elec_Prop
elec_prop
Urban1974
urban1974
Designaton
designaton
acres
acres
Designatn2
designatn2
Shape_Le_1
shape_le_1
Shape_Ar_1
shape_ar_1
Wtshd_ID
wtshd_id
WtShd_Name
wtshd_name
Agency
agency

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Socrata OData documentation

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