You Are Here: GIS Map of Cambridge, MA
The Social Computing Group at MIT created this map by analyzing Google Street View images of Cambridge, MA. It illustrates the amount of green infrastructure in the city and could offer some useful guidance to GIS specialists.
The Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) tool is a GIS-based multipurpose hydrologic analysis system for use by watershed, water resource, land use, and biological resource managers and scientists in performing watershed- and basin-scale studies. It uses readily available spatial data sets to parameterize and run two widely used watershed runoff and erosion models: the Soil […]
San Francisco created a modest plan which the city is implementing in three phases. The first phase focused on street trees because San Francisco has small tree canopy, fragmented and underfunded maintenance. The second and third phases involve developing a vision and recommending greening opportunities to businesses and private property owners.
This website has case studies, guidance on inventory, ordinances, monitoring, benefits, and links to other resources. It also includes a guided plan development template.
This plan, an early component of aggressive regional planning by the Mid-America Regional Council, focuses largely on connecting key conservation corridors.