Wildland-Urban Interface Changes in Madison, NJ from 1990 to 2010

In my Advanced GIS course, the project that I completed during the first half of the semester involved mapping the WUI by census block in Madison, New Jersey and visualizing the changes in population density and vegetation density between 1990, 2000, and 2010. The two main conclusions of this research were that 1) the majority of Madison is classified as WUI and 2) interface, which is where housing and vegetation meet, is the most common WUI class in this area. More details on this project can be found in the poster I made below.

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