The GRS team used Python to automate the creation of long-term drought maps for Arizona using advanced calculations from the State Climate Office. These maps inform decision-making and recommendations to address the ongoing drought in the region.
Under the direction of First Things First (FTF), the ASU's Morrison Institute conducted a regional analysis of key indicators in domains that contribute to a greater overall risk for poor child outcomes including: low socio-economic status, adverse perinatal outcomes, substance use, additional community stressors, and education challenges.
ASU's first-of-its-kind research summarizes findings from extensive research to identify and describe the amount, source, and ownership of water rights used by coal-fired power plants and coal mines throughout the Colorado River Basin.
Ten Across collaborates in the cultivation of understanding of the people, places and challenges throughout our unique and varied region, and creates opportunities to share the expertise necessary to drive transformative change. GRS worked with Ten Across on their Resilient American Futures course which focuses on the narratives of the area.
The Anthropocene is an authoritative desk-top reference work for students of geography, the environment, and sustainability. It provides a comprehensive survey of humankind's impact on the global environment from the Late Stone Age to the present day.
Working with non-profits and neighborhood groups to collect, analyze, and map data related to the Turning the Corner neighborhood displacement project.
GRS teams up with ASU’s Knowledge Exchange for Resilience to model post-pandemic eviction surge potential in Maricopa County.
The 2020 Cycling Deaths project was launched in partnership with the Outside Magazine and Bike Maps. GRS mapped every person on a bike killed by a driver in the U.S. over the course of the year.