gis-l: New/Updated layers in DataCatalog/DataMiner

Bokey, Aparna Aparna.Bokey at
Thu Nov 4 08:57:40 EDT 2010

GIS Users,
The following 2 layers have been newly inserted in the GIS library:

DataCatalog/DataMiner Name: Public Beach Access Sites – Panhandle
This layer is developed by the Coastal Management Program and depicts the public beach access site locations and the amenities provided for the beaches along the panhandle of Florida from Escambia to Citrus county. This layer is available under the ‘Recreation, Tourism and Cultural’ category in DataCatalog and is under the ‘Water’ tab in DataMiner.

DataCatalog/DataMiner Name: SWFWMD Seagrass Imagery (2007)
The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) is responsible for the protection and management of natural systems and water quality within its geographic boundaries. One component of evaluating the ecological health of coastal ecosystems is to map and monitor submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) communities. This project is a continuation of previous efforts to determine the status and trends (if any) of SAV resources in the coastal waters of the District. This imagery from the SWFWMD was used as a part of the 2007 Springs Coast Seagrass Mapping Project. This project will complete a detailed map of the selected benthic habitats along the Springs Coast region. This imagery layer should be used in conjunction with the Hard Bottom Habitats - Springs Coast layer available in DataCatalog/DataMiner. This imagery layer is available under the ‘Imagery & Photographs’ category in DataCatalog and is under the ‘Imagery’ tab in DataMiner.

The following layer has been updated in the GIS library:

DataCatalog/DataMiner Name: Ground Water Contamination Areas
This layer is available under the ‘Environmental Monitoring and Modeling’ category in DataCatalog and is under the ‘Boundaries’, ‘Water’ and ‘WRM’ tabs in DataMiner.

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