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Community Resilience Estimates

Data provided by  United States Census Bureau

The Community Resilience Estimates track how socially vulnerable every neighborhood in the United States is to the impacts of a disaster. The Community Resilience Estimates use American Community Survey microdata and Population Estimates Program data to measure the ability of individuals and households to absorb the external stresses of the impacts of a disaster.

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Updated: 2024-03-27
Metadata Last Updated: 2023-12-12 13:02:13.0
Date Created: N/A
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Dataset Owner: U.S. Department Of Commerce

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Title Community Resilience Estimates
Description The Community Resilience Estimates track how socially vulnerable every neighborhood in the United States is to the impacts of a disaster. The Community Resilience Estimates use American Community Survey microdata and Population Estimates Program data to measure the ability of individuals and households to absorb the external stresses of the impacts of a disaster.
Modified 2023-12-12 13:02:13.0
Publisher Name U.S. Census Bureau
Contact mailto:SEHSD.CRE@census.gov
Keywords census
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