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Alaska FGDC The mission of the Alaska Science Center is to provide objective and timely data, information, and research findings about the earth and its flora and fauna to Federal, State, and local resource managers and the public to support sound decisions regarding natural resources, natural hazards, and ecosystems in Alaska and circumpolar regions. Combine and enhance the Center's diverse science programs, capabilities, and talents and increase customer involvement to strengthen the Center's scientific leadership and contribution to the resolution of complex natural resource issues and natural hazards assessments. 4
Alaska FGDC USGS - Alaska Geospatial Data Clearinghouse 6
Arizona Geographic Information Council The Arizona Geographic Information Council (AGIC) was established by Executive Order 89-24 as Arizona's primary forum and oversight group for geographic information and geographic information technology issues and coordination efforts. AGIC identifies standards, development and implementation strategies to provide a framework in order to optimize the State's investment in geographic data and technology. Through cooperation and partnerships AGIC facilitates the acquisition, exchange and management of geographic information and technology for the State of Arizona to benefit state agencies and the Arizona GIS community. AGIC meets on a regular basis and conducts an Annual GIS Conference to address and coordinate statewide geographic information and technology issues, requirements and solutions. 6
Atlas, the Louisiana Statewide GIS This section of the Atlas website is dedicated to information about Atlas itself and its data. To the left is a menu divided into three main sections: Atlas, News, and Data.*Contents You are reading it! Access Displays the access policy for Atlas At A Glance Tells a little of the history of Atlas. Awards Lets Atlas brag a bit. 6
California - (SF Area) Earthquake Hazard Maps ABAG is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area by leading the region in advocacy, collaboration, and excellence in planning, research, and member services. 5
California - Bay Area Digital Geo-Resource (BADGER) A complete internet guide to GIS. This portal is useful even for the first timers who are interested in knowing what GIS is all about. IT offers educational information for the users.GIS Data Depot provides free downloads for GIS data. It also provides custom GIS data on CD-ROMs for GIS data based applications. 8
California - Lake Tahoe Data Clearinghouse This Lake Tahoe Data Clearinghouse website, created and maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in partnership with Federal, State, tribal, and local agencies and groups, is a gateway to information and data on Lake Tahoe and its basin. 8
California - San Diego The City of San Diego is seeking three Public Members for its Audit Committee following voter approval of Proposition C in June 2008. 4
California - San Francisco Bay Area Maps ABAG is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area by leading the region in advocacy, collaboration, and excellence in planning, research, and member services. 4
California - San Francisco Bay Area Regional Database (BARD) BARD's goal is to make it convenient for you to acquire USGS Digital Data for the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn about the four different data types we have available through the "NSDI description" link. 4
California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) The California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) includes the statewide Historical Resources Inventory (HRI) database maintained by OHP and the records maintained and managed, under contract, by twelve independent regional Information Centers (ICs). 17
California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) The California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) includes the statewide Historical Resources Inventory (HRI) database maintained by OHP and the records maintained and managed, under contract, by twelve independent regional Information Centers (ICs). 1
Cambridge Water System Water is a finite resource, and in many areas, future water supplies are uncertain. Individuals are usually aware when there is a drought, however, because water is inexpensive, there are often few incentives to reduce water loss. Water has no viable substitutes, and its depletion bodes profound economic and social impacts. Citizens and utilities need to consider water conservation programs. 7
Cambridge, Massachusetts Community Preservation Act Public Meetings Sept. 3 & 9, Swiss Beach Day at the Charles Sunday, Sept. 7, 2-5pm Weeks Footbridge, Sept. 16 State Primary Information, Danehy Park Family Day Saturday, Sept. 20, Nominate Cambridge Prevention Leaders of 2008. 1
Connecticut - DEP - Environmental and Geograhic Information Center Founded in 1971, the mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to conserve, improve and protect the natural resources and environment of the State of Connecticut in such a manner as to encourage the social and economic development of Connecticut while preserving the natural environment and the life forms it supports in a delicate, interrelated and complex balance, to the end that the state may fulfill its responsibility as trustee of the environment for present and future generations. 5
County Auditors Association of Ohio The Association was formed in 1867 for the express purpose of promoting and protecting the interests of taxpayers in the State of Ohio and improving the administration of county government. In addition to providing educational opportunities to County Auditors, the CAAO works closely with the Ohio General Assembly to offer legislation to assist County Auditors in carrying out their duties. 1
Fitchburg, Massachusetts The City of Fitchburg is a community of about 40,000 people located in north-central Worcester County. Despite being one of the largest cities in the county, Fitchburg retains its small town flavor. Fitchburg is noted for its old mills that line the Nashua River, its hilly topography and regional parks and its tightly knit neighborhood enclaves that, in many cases, still retain their ethnic identity. Among the city's cultural assets are the Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg State College and the world famous annual Longsjo Classic bicycle race. 5
Florida Dept. of Environment Protection The Land Boundary Information System (LABINS) began in 1984 as a means for distributing survey-related data that is maintained and managed by federal and state agencies to the general surveying community. The original system was on main-frame computers that used dial-in modems for communications. 4
Illinois - City of Chicago GIS The City of chicago leverages Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to better manage and analyze operations related to citizen services and physical infrastructure in the City. 32
Illinois - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 5
Illinois Geospatial Data Clearinghouse Access Illinois GIS data sets and documentation (metadata) for ArcIMS Interactive Map Services, USGS digital topographic maps, aerial photography, orthoimagery, orthophotography, geology, land use, natural resources, and infrastructure. Illinois data sets and map data layers are available for download free of charge. 13
Illinois Natural History Survey GIS Since 1858, the Illinois Natural History Survey has been the guardian and recorder of the biological resources of Illinois---the state's biological memory. With a staff of over 200 scientists and technicians, it is recognized as the premier natural history survey in the nation. Over the years, its mission has remained fairly constant: to investigate the diversity, life histories, and ecology of the plants and animals of the state; to publish research results so that those resources can be managed wisely; and to provide information to the public in order to foster an understanding and appreciation of our natural heritage. 3
Indiana - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 2
Iowa - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 1
Iowa Department of Human Rights The Iowa Department of Human Rights embraces the concept that every person should be treated with dignity and respect, and that we should uphold the most fundamental human courtesies toward one another. It is with this premise that we will continue our efforts to ensure that every Iowan is equally protected and respected. 1
Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is the government agency that leads Iowans in caring for their natural resources. It is responsible for maintaining state parks and forests, protecting the environment, and managing energy, fish, wildlife, and land and water resources in Iowa. 2
Minnesota - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 1
Minnesota Dept. Of Natural Resources Welcome to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources GIS Data Deli, an internet-based spatial data acquisition site that allows users to download raw computer-readable data for use in their Geographic Information System (GIS), image processing system, or traditional database environment. The site includes links to extensive and summary level data descriptions (metadata) to support our users. 2
Mississippi Automated Resource Information System (MARIS) WELCOME to the Mississippi Automated Resource Information System (MARIS) Technical Center website, providing access to Mississippi's statewide geographic information system (GIS). Through this site we offer you access to a range of resources, including:
  • search and retrieval of data descriptions (metadata)
  • retrieval of Mississippi data sets
  • posting of news related to GIS developmens
  • announcements of upcoming meetings and event
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Missouri - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 0
Missouri - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 4
Nevada Bureau of Mines There are three files for each of the 68 30x60' quadrangles in Nevada: an Image file (*.tif), a World file (*.tfw), and a Metadata file (*.fgd). The Image file can be opened in Adobe Illustrator 7.0 and the Image file with the World file can be opened in Arcview. You should download the World file to the same directory as the Image file. 4
New Jersey - Department of Environmental Protection At historic Batsto Village in Wharton State Forest, visitors can use their cell phones to hear a guided tour of various sites and buildings such as the blacksmith shop, gristmill and sawmill. Listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places, the village includes Batsto Mansion, which is currently closed for restoration. 2
New Mexico Search & Rescue Resources Information about DRG maps may be found at the USGS DRG Web page. Data on this site are in the public domain. The data were originally obtained from the USGS by a number of search and rescue volunteers. 3
New York State GIS Clearinghous "From December 2007 through March 2008, a free 3-hour workshop was offered in nine locations across New York State with more than 450 individuals from State and local government attending. Training materials can be viewed on-line, or you can download a copy of the Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation that was used during the workshop." 8
North Central Texas Council of Governments The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development. 1
Oregon - Regional Ecosystem Office The Regional Ecosystem Office (REO) provides staff work and support to the Regional Interagency Executive Committee (RIEC) (and previously the Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (IAC). The goal of this staff work and support is to facilitate decision making and prompt interagency issue resolution during the implementation of the Northwest Forest Plan. 2
South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources It's not overfishing or loss of habitat that has biologists concerned about native redeye bass status, but rather its interaction with a closely related species, Alabama spotted bass. The Alabama spotted bass has spread throughout the upper Savannah system of reservoirs and is now present in Lakes Jocassee, Keowee, Hartwell and Russell. 3
State of Kentucky The Commonwealth of Kentucky through the Commonwealth Office of Technology, the Division of Geographic Information (DGI) combined with organizations like the Kentucky Geospatial Board has made available a wealth of GIS-related information, data sets and maps. 3
The District of Columbia, Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) The mission of the DC Geographic Information System (DC GIS) is to improve the quality and lower the cost of services provided by the DC Government, through the District's collective investment and effective application of geospatial data and systems. Furthermore, DC GIS will reach beyond the DC Government by continuing to make DC GIS data freely and publicly available to the fullest extent possible in consideration of privacy and security. 1
Utah AGRC The Utah Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) provides a wide range of Geographic Information System (GIS) support to the State of Utah. AGRC strives to facilitate coordination among Utah GIS users and effective, efficient use of GIS resources. Other services include stewardship of the State Geographic Information Database (SGID), facilitation of programs and activities to implement GIS technology across the state, and coordination of GIS policy development and implementation activities. AGRC also provides consulting services to federal, state, and local government and other organizations, including GIS analysis and application development, GIS training courses, and Internet Map Service development and hosting. 6
Vermont Center for Geographic Information A clearinghouse of information for planning commissions, zoning boards, development review boards, and their staff and all others involved in land use planning and regulation in Vermont. 3
Virginia Geographic Information Network The Integrated Services Program (ISP) was established in the Information Technology Investment and Enterprise Services (ITI&ES) of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) on May 15, 2006 at the direction of the Chief Information Officer (CIO). The ISP is the consolidation of the Public Safety Communications (PSC) and the Virginia Geographic Information Network (VGIN) Divisions as well as the Radio Engineering function of the previous Telecommunications Directorate. The goal of this reorganization is to leverage existing services and expand services to localities and public safety, more generally, to further the mission and vision of VITA. 2
Washington - King County GIS Center The King County Geographic Information System (KCGIS) is a coordinated regional geographic information resource that meets the business needs of King County, local agencies, and the general public. KCGIS comprises centrally managed core GIS resources, as well as GIS activity that is distributed across twelve county departments and related to the business activities of the agencies within those departments. 8
Wisconsin - Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The majority of our ecological research is conducted in support of Department of the Interior issues and lands in the Upper Midwest. The Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) links its research closely with other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) science centers to broadly address ecological and population concerns throughout the Nation's heartland. 3
Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources The Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management, and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. It is responsible for implementing the laws of the state and, where applicable, the laws of the federal government that protect and enhance the natural resources of our state. It is the one agency charged with full responsibility for coordinating the many disciplines and programs necessary to provide a clean environment and a full range of outdoor recreational opportunities for Wisconsin citizens and visitors. 6
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