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Custom Tools for Refining the NHD in Idaho Presented by Wilma Robertson Date March 2, 2010. Water Features maintained in National Hydrography Dataset (NHD). http://nhd.usgs.gov/. NHD can and should be continuously updated IDWR undertakes projects to actively collect data

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Custom Tools for Refining the NHD

in Idaho

Presented by Wilma Robertson

Date March 2, 2010

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NHD can and should be continuously updated

    • IDWR undertakes projects to actively collect data
    • People and organizations contact IDWR to provide updates

http://www.idwr.idaho.gov/hydrography/

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People or organizations provide local knowledge to update the NHD

They are ..

Expert

GIS Users

IDWR wants to make it as easy as possible for the public to communicate hydro edits to IDWR

The “easiest” way depends on the type of user

Occasional GIS User

Non-GIS Public

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Expert

GIS Users

Occasional GIS User

Non-GIS Public

Internet application

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Large organization:

Sub-stewards using USGS Editing tools. 14 new people trained last January!

Smaller organizations:Digital spatial data (i.e. shapefiles, geodatabases, etc.)

Expert

GIS Users

Occasional GIS User

Non-GIS Public

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Customized Editing Tools are designed for those users!

Expert

GIS Users

Have ArcGIS ArcView

Limited GIS skills

Occasional GIS User

Non-GIS Public

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People to test our internet application or our customized editing tools

Due to budget cuts we are not able to award a ..

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First version of tools was tested by Burley Irrigation District

  • Those following slides show canals in Minidoka Irrigation District
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A different personal geodatabase is edited to capture changes that need to be made to the “background” layer

We provided Canal Company with best available data (combination of existing NHD, NAIP Imagery and Historical maps)

This “background” layer remains unchanged.

Metadata is collected separately

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Example: need to add a missing flowline

Step 1: Start editing session

Edit “Minidoka_Canals”

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Step 2: Use sketch tool to draw new flowline

Step 3: When you finish a sketch, bring up the following dialog box:

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Step 4: Complete entries in edit tool dialog box:

FTYPE restricts user to values used in the NHD

We are adding a new feature

Names are set up as a domain. Users can type in new names that are then automatically added to drop-down box for the next edit.

No FCODES (yet).

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Correction has been added to “Minidoka_Canals” personal geodatabase

Example 2: Turns out that newly added line only flows to X. Need to delete flowline left of the X

X

1. Use edit tool draw on top of portions that should be deleted

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2. Complete form entries:

3. Result:

IDWR will use FID to determine which are the most recent updates and use those

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We will be working on the next version of this tool that will better address connectivity and flow directions.

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Questions?

[email protected]

[email protected]

http://www.idwr.idaho.gov/hydrography/

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