GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS APPROACHES FOR DRINKING WATER SOURCE PROTECTION AREAS. 25 th Annual ESRI International User Conference Drinking Water Supply Issues Thursday, July 28, 2005 San Diego, CA. Authors: Jamie Cajka, RTI International (presenter) William Cooter, RTI International
25th Annual ESRI International User Conference
Drinking Water Supply Issues
Thursday, July 28, 2005
San Diego, CA
Jamie Cajka, RTI International (presenter)
William Cooter, RTI International
Jay Rineer, RTI International
James Sinnott, RTI International
Roger Anzzolin, US EPA, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water
Overview of the Drinking Water Mapping Application (DWMA) PROTECTION AREAS
Description of data inputs
Spatial Analyst/Model Builder/Python
Creation of Impervious Surface Dataset
A secure, ArcIMS-based geospatial application for PROTECTION AREASinternal use at US EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water (OGWDW).
First released in 2003 (version 1.04).
“Staff and managers now have a geospatial tool for the first time within the OGWDW to run queries, obtain reports and maps vital to the efficient management of programs under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)”.
“enhances the OGWDW capabilities to identify major contaminant risks to public drinking water supplies”
For version 2, additional functionality added including the impervious surface dataset.What is the DWMA?