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Introducing the LWCF Atlas. Larry Orman Executive Director, GreenInfo Network USGS Gap Analysis Program Consultant NASORLO Conference September 3, 2013. 2015. 2065??. 6(f)(3). We Want. LWCF Project HERE. There’s good news!. Fully functional web map application

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Introducing the LWCF Atlas

Larry Orman

Executive Director, GreenInfo Network

USGS Gap Analysis Program Consultant

NASORLO Conference

September 3, 2013


2015

2065??


6(f)(3)


We Want . . .

LWCF Project

HERE


There’s good news!

  • Fully functional web map application

  • Demonstration data – 10 states

  • Two months, about $7,000*

*From USGS GAP


www.mapcollaborator.org/lwcf


Building the Data

  • Location of project

    • latitude-longitude

    • (street address…)

    • GIS format file (shape, KML, gdb)

  • Attributes – a table of information

    • core attributes


Stepping Back


California System

  • www.CALands.org

  • www.ParkInfo.org

  • www.ParkInfo.org/recreation

  • www.mapsportal.org/mapcollab_facilities/

  • www.parkinfo.org/factfinder2011/grantee.html


California Take-Away

  • Building integrated protected areas and related data creates big opportunities

  • Others doing this (KS, MA . . .)

  • Opportunity for others?


Moving forward

  • Use the LWCF MapCollaborator

  • Get more states in

  • Improve states’ data (coord. w/NPS)

  • Build tools to better use the Atlas

  • Develop public site for broad use?


Larry Orman

larry@greeninfo.org

www.greeninfo.org

http://www.gapanalysis.usgs.gov


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