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South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission - SOPAC, and United Nations Environmental Program - UNEP. 2004. Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections: 2004 Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI). Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). http://dx.doi.org/10.7927/H45H7D60. Accessed DAY MONTH YEAR.
Kaly, U.L., C.R. Pratt, and J. Mitchell. 2004. The Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI) 2004. SOPAC Technical Report 384, 323 pp.. http://www.sopac.org/sopac/evi/Files/EVI2004TechnicaReport.pdf.
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The complete compendium of indicators and ancillary variables is available for download in comma-separated values (CSV), SPSS and Stata formats bundled in a zip file. The individual collections are available in the same formats. Please note that these zip files contain no data dictionaries - metadata must be downloaded separately (below).
- 2004 Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI) (187 KB zip file)
Data Dictionary: A data dictionary for all indicators and ancillary variables is available for download in Word, PDF, and Microsoft Access formats. The metadata include indicator code, indicator name, collection name, sub-index name (if the indicator is part of a collection sub-index), date, units of measurement, source and methodology.