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Parker Hinson Rebekah JonesHurricane Michael The Florida Department of Health's Response to the Great October StormThe Florida Department of Health (FDOH) played a critical role in Hurricane Michael disaster preparedness, response, and recovery, using web maps and applications to support field operations in the days leading up to and following the storm’s October 10 landfall. Activation began a day before the storm hit, and continued partially through November. More than 750 requests were submitted to FDOH during the activation period. FDOH GIS staff also assisted with GIS and data requests from other state agencies, collaborating with Emergency Management staff within the state’s Emergency Operations Center. Florida's public health and healthcare response system integrates with local, state and federal emergency management efforts to assure coordinated response actions. This map summarizes portions of those efforts throughout the Hurricane Michael response efforts.
Shawna MartinNed CakeLeon County Farming ActivitiesAn invigorated local food movement is fostering development of new forms of agriculture across the nation, state, and in our community. Leon County has a long agricultural history that includes supporting urban agricultural activities. From home gardens to urban farms, there's an opportunity for both growers and consumers to get active in the local food movement. Find out more about farming activities in Leon County in this story map.
Marcus CurtisJacob CobleMyers Park Historic District TourThis story map is an adaptation of a previously published brochure that was prepared originally by the Historic Tallahassee Preservation Board with assistance from the Tallahassee Area Convention and Visitor Bureau. This Historic District was one of the earliest planned subdivisions in Tallahassee / Leon County area and was home to many of the civic leaders of early twentieth century. Many historical facts have been unearthed in this area. This story map identifies many historical facts that has help define this neighborhood and area.
Kathe RoperJered SigmonCity of Smyrna: FY 2020 Budget-in-BrfiefThis Budget-In-Brief is designed to be a snapshot of the FY 2020 Adopted Budget. The Story Map format allows citizens to visualize where their tax dollars are going and highlights dedicated city employees along the way.
Marcus Curtis Smoky Hollow Historic DistrictThe Smoky Hollow Historic District is a small remnant of a larger African American Neighborhood. This story map help highlights the historic significance of this once thriving community by providing historic as well as current photographs, a map and the historical record form the National Register of Historic Places. Designed as a tour, this story map will guide historian and novice throughout this district.
Aaron Koelker Lights, Capes, and Hurricanes: Tracking Change on the Forgotten CoastA look at more than 75 years of coastal erosion at Cape San Blas, Florida, using aerial imagery, hurricane data, and lighthouse reports.
Crystal HebetsGarrett Evans & Rick GreenStatemap Program Story MapStatemap program creates geological map products. The surficial geology is displayed and described within the Story Map to show users the products we create, but also to inform on the types of formations found in Florida.
Steve HodgesMarcus CurtisDisturbed LandsThe Disturbed Lands Story map is styled in a presentation format. This story map is an example how the ESRI story map platform can be utilized to help train staff and present information in various forms with the flexibility to adjust on the fly. In this scenario, the presentation discusses a small fraction of the review process for development. While utilizing the Disturbed Lands layer during rezoning applications, these lands are identified where previous land uses have significantly modified or changed the topography, soil composition, and/or the water quality of surface waters on or draining from the site because of land use activities. This story map is structured to place emphasis on how information can be drawn from variety of areas of interests and presented collectively to enhance the user experience.
Leah AtwellJustine Gunderson, Lauren Porter, Keshia Reid, Tera AndersonFlorida's Tobacco StateWhile there has been an overall reduction in the prevalence of cigarette smoking in Florida, substantial variation in current cigarette smoking exists in regions across the state. This story map chronicles a group of 33 counties across the state where the current smoking prevalence exceeds Florida’s average, which we collectively term Florida’s “Tobacco State.” Data surrounding adult tobacco use, other health behaviors, socioeconomic status, youth tobacco use, and youth attitudes towards tobacco use are presented for comparisons between the “Tobacco State” and “Non-Tobacco State.”
Ned Cake Monitoring Leon County's Water ResourcesLeon County's Water Quality Monitoring Program demonstrates the County’s ongoing efforts as responsible stewards of our natural resources and environmental beauty. This Interactive Water Quality Map shows you some of the many water quality monitoring sample sites in the County and the associated health of each water resource. Data collected at these locations help experts assess overall water quality and guides Leon County staff in making long-term plans to maintain healthy water bodies. The Interactive Water Quality Map helps you visualize the County's waterbodies and serves as a resource to monitor ongoing impacts as our community continues to grow and develop. This long-term data is critical to identify trends in waterbody health, and we are glad you're interested in our County's water quality, too!
Aaron KoelkerNicole Haugdahl, Cherie Graves, Callie DehavenOur Lands. Our Legacy.Florida Forever is Florida’s premier conservation and recreation lands acquisition program, a blueprint for conserving natural resources and renewing Florida’s commitment to conserve the state’s natural and cultural heritage. This story map highlights some of the program's projects around the state.


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