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Table 5 Indicators used in the analysis of exposure and vulnerability changes across time and space

From: Shifting landscapes of coastal flood risk: environmental (in)justice of urban change, sea level rise, and differential vulnerability in New York City

Risk component Indicator name Source dataset - field
Exposure Number of Buildings MapPluto - NumBldgs
Number of Residential Units MapPluto - UnitsRes
Residential area MapPluto - ResArea
Industrial area MapPluto - FactryArea
Commercial area MapPluto - ComArea
Office area MapPluto - OfficeArea
Total Land Value MapPLUTO - AssessTot
Total Population ACS - B01001
Proportion of the population being people of color ACS - B03002
Vulnerability Population above 25 years old who didn’t attend school ACS - B15003
Language isolated adults (speaks English “not well” and “not at all”) ACS - 16,004
Elderly population (+ 65 years old) living alone ACS - B09021
Households living below the poverty level ACS - B17017
Households without a car ACS - 25,044
Rental households ACS - B25003
Single parents ACS - B09002
Population within vulnerable ages (below 15 years old, above 65 years old) ACS - B01001
Median income ACS - B19013