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RebuildPR Web Map Applications

RebuildPR Web Map Application is an interactive data and mapping tool developed by Center for Puerto Rican Studies to support post disaster reconstruction in Puerto Rico. Its goal is to provide data for policy makers, researchers, on the ground non-profits, and community leaders to the rebuilding efforts of Puerto Rico’s post-2017 disasters. With this web map application, users can access over 150 geospatial layers on Puerto Rico’s agriculture, demographics, economy, natural disaster events, critical infrastructure, housing, energy, and education. Users can create map and track trends overtime. Centro’s RebuildPR Web Map Application is a user-friendly and publicly-available web map application tool.

Puerto Rico's Vulnerable Population & COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 in Puerto Rico

The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) provides a web map application related to the Covid-19 pandemic in Puerto Rico. This web map shows daily updates of covid-19 positives cases sourced by Puerto Rico’s Department of Health and Instituto de Estadísticas de Puerto Rico. The objective of this web map is to integrate local, state and federal sources of information such as CDC’s socially vulnerable communities (both county and census tract level) and U.S. Census Bureau’s demographic data as well as testing sites and location of hospitals in the Island.

Click here for our video tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/embed/fnGQjO8Aklk




Pre- and Post-Hurricane Maria

Interactive Post-Maria Puerto Rico Map

Our data center web map includes over fifty GIS layers available to academics, community planners, researchers, and students who are interested in the rebuilding efforts in Puerto Rico. Our GIS web map includes GIS layers related to demographic, environmental, infrastructure, health, and emergency and response. Through ESRI ArcGIS online platform, we integrated and published various data layers, from sources like Puerto Rico’s central government agencies (Departments of Education and Health), the U.S. Census Bureau, NOAA, and USGS.

Click here for our video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/embed/-42MeJubyO8



Puerto Rico’s Earthquake & Social Vulnerability/Preliminary Damage Assessment

Preliminary Damage Assessment


Centro released an interactive web map that shows CDC’s social vulnerability index at the community (census tract) and county level, FEMA’s preliminary damage assessment (subject to change), and USGS earthquake data (events, magnitude, and shake intensity). This web map allows users to identify, analyze their area of interest.

Click here for our video tutorial: Commin Soon

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