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.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are partnering on a project to map the current land cover of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration has finalized an agreement with the State Cartographer’s Office to create the state’s first statewide digital parcel map to be made publically available.
Read how the framework of the LinkWISCONSIN EBM Parcel Mapping project is taking form.
Check out the new Web site to learn more about the joint WLIP-SCO project.
At the recent Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, we presented an update to our PLSS Layer Pilot Project. Launched in 2011, this pilot project was designed to develop and test data integration methods for a comprehensive statewide digital network of more accurate survey data provided by individual counties.
In 2011 the State Cartographer’s Office (SCO) announced a new pilot project to develop an updated and more accurate Public Land Survey System (PLSS) digital dataset for the state of Wisconsin. The intent of this project is to develop and test methods to aggregate accurate local data to update the statewide Landnet dataset produced by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in the 1990’s.
We had a lot of great discussions at our imagery user meetings held last week at several locations around the state. If you couldn’t make one of the meetings, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved in the Wisconsin Aerial Imagery Business Plan project.