gis-l: Mine Data
Wilson, Matthew S.
Matthew.S.Wilson at dep.state.fl.us
Thu Apr 30 09:03:41 EDT 2009
I believe the mine boundaries are available in Dataminer.
There are at least five layers I know of, all of which are under the "WRM"
1. Mandatory phosphate mine boundaries
2. Mandatory non-phosphate sites
3. Mandatory non-phosphate sites 2007
4. Non-mandatory phosphate mine ZW parcels
5. Non-mandatory phosphate reclamation programs
Note these datasets may not pick up areas that were mined prior to 1975.
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I'm looking for GIS data for all mines in Marion county and what type of mine
Where can I find this data?
Fla. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Central District GIS Coordinator/Springs Coordinator
3319 Maguire Blvd. Suite 232
Orlando, Fl. 32803
Email: Louis.Ley at dep.state.fl.us
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