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Imperviousness

Percent impervious land cover

Description

This layer is a pixel-wise imperviousness derived from the Nature Conservancy’s high-resolution land cover data set. It is a binary classification of imperviousness (1 = impervious, 0 = not impervious)

Layer Access in Earth Engine

The javascript commands below can be used to access this layer within the Google Earth Engine Code Editor. A Google Earth Engine account is required.

// Import the layer data dictionary
var data = require('users/stormwaterheatmap/apps:data/public')

// To view data dictionary, print to the console:
print('Data:', data)

//Get this layer from the layer data dictionary:
var layer_name = data.rasters["Imperviousness"]

Viewing

Individual objects contain all the info used in the stormwater heatmap. To add it to the map, add the layer object.

var display_image = layer_name.layer
Map.addLayer(display_image)

Analysis

To get the raw image data for analysis, access the eeObject key.

var raw_image = layer_name.layer.eeObject
Map.addLayer(raw_image,{},'Imperviousness')

Visualization

Palette

Colors
#002564#002564
#fce644#fce644

Minimum: 0 Percent

Maximum: 1 Percent

Source

The Nature Conservancy