The fieldwork season has begun to complete the samples database for the Wiscland-2 land cover mapping project! To round out the training/validation dataset of over 500,000 samples, ten Field Technicians have been brought on for the summer and are traveling the state to identify and collect GPS locations and ecological information with the aid of a DNR field mentor stationed in their collection region.
The Version 1 statewide parcel database — containing over 3 million parcels with their attributes — has been completed. The database is accompanied by an interim report that summarizes the “V1” project and makes recommendations for strategic funding of improvements to the parcel layer.
An online survey is now available for the Wisconsin Historic Landscape project.
Project sponsored by the Wisconsin DNR continues to make progress towards an updated statewide land cover map based on interpreted satellite imagery.
Update on recent activities on the V1 Statewide Parcel Map Project.
Status update on the Version 1 Statewide Parcel Map Project.
The final report of the LinkWISCONSIN Address Point and Parcel Mapping Project is now available on the SCO website.
Story aired on October 5th describes the statewide land cover project, and how it will be used to improve DNR’s deer habitat monitoring efforts.
Preliminary pilot site data delivered to DNR for review, report now available.
The LinkWISCONSIN EBM Parcel Mapping Project team recently delivered its final database to the Public Service Commission.