There are various sources for Wisconsin state boundary data, but quality levels can be quite variable. In addition, most state boundary representations are generalized and will not necessarily match other features, such as hydrography, at the very largest map scales.
Details of the SCO and Robinson Map Library Response to the 2016 WLIP survey.
SCO presents a concept for a state geospatial data portal that maximizes the return on the investment made over the last three decades through the Wisconsin Land Information Program.
A team at UW-Madison has been awarded a grant from the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program to develop a historic geospatial database and portal to help address coastal management issues in Wisconsin.
Check out the new “Find Data” tab if you are looking for commonly-requested Wisconsin geospatial datasets.
Three teams from the University of Wisconsin are collaborating on a project to explore user needs for a digital map database of Wisconsin derived from General Land Office (GLO) surveyors’ notes made between 1830 and 1865.
A bill has been introduced to promote data transparency in the management of federal geospatial data.
LiDAR-derived digital elevation models (DEMs) for Dane and Racine counties have been added to WisconsinView.
Coalition of Geospatial Organizations’ (COGO) Report Card on the U.S. National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) highlighted at news briefing.
Wisconsin NGS Datasheets are now available for download as a zipped file from the SCO due to the federal shut-down.