A possible redefinition of the Low Water Datum for the Great Lakes will have impacts that go beyond just updating maps and charts.
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Wisconsin to achieve statewide publicly available LiDAR coverage in 2023
By this fall, all 72 Wisconsin counties will have QL1 or QL2 LiDAR obtained through the US Geological Survey’s 3DEP LiDAR program.
Esri’s Joseph Kerski to Address Students, Staff and Faculty at UW-Madison
Dr. Joseph Kerski, Education Manager and Geographer at Esri, will visit UW-Madison on Feb. 21, 2023, to do a presentation and meet with students.
A Final Farewell to the US Survey Foot?
Ring out the old, ring in the new! As midnight approaches this New Year’s Eve, don’t forget to say farewell to the US survey foot. Or maybe hold off for a year or two.
An Update on the GPS on Bench Marks Initiative
Details on the status of the GPS on BM Initiative in Wisconsin.
2020 US Mean Center of Population Designated at 37.415725 North Latitude, 92.346525 West Longitude
The US mean center of population continues its westward trek.
State Cartographer’s Office Annual Report for 2021-22 Now Available
Find out what the SCO has been working on over the last year.
Participate in the Dane County Heritage Oaks Project
How many of Dane County’s 200-year-old oaks — first inventoried in 1976 — are still in existence?
Department of the Interior Completes Removal of Derogatory Toponyms
The federal government has replaced nearly 650 derogatory place names across the country, 28 of which are in Wisconsin.
Application Period Opens for NextGen9-1-1 GIS Grants
The Department of Military Affairs has announced the release of the first funding opportunity under a new GIS program supporting NextGen9-1-1.