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Environmental data go hyperlocalGovernment employs sophisticated geospatial analytics to improve land management, using analytical tools and techniques to examine the relationships between a number of factors, including highly localized data on rainfall, surface elevation, soils, geology, drainage and historical flood patterns. Such data equip agencies to identify at-risk areas and improve their defenses against natural disasters. The data also better inform infrastructural requirements and help government target investment.

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