December 2012 - ANR GIS would like to thank you for using the Environmental Interest Locator, Well Locator, and the Stream Geomorphic Assessment Tool for the last five years. We have heard feedback from many of our customers over the years. Much of this feedback has gone into what has amounted to a two-year long effort to upgrade our web mapping applications to the latest in web mapping technology. We hope you find it as helpful and as useful as the previous applications. The Natural Resources Atlas now includes all of the data and functionality previously found in three separate applications. The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Office of GIS will continue to develop enhancements to the Natural Resources Atlas to provide the best possible experience to users of the application. Thank you for your patience during this transition.
PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE OR LINK BELOW TO ENTER THE NATURAL RESOURCES ATLAS
The purpose of the Natural Resources Atlas is to provide geographic information about environmental features and sites that the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources manages, monitors, permits, or regulates.
In addition to standard map navigation tools, this site allows you to link from sites to documents where available, generate reports, export search results, import data, search, measure, mark-up, query map features, and print PDF maps.
For questions and comments, please contact Erik Engstrom, ANR GIS Projects Supervisor.
PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE OR LINK BELOW TO ENTER BIOFINDER
BioFinder is a map and database identifying Vermont's lands and waters supporting high priority ecosystems, natural communities, habitats, and species. The most comprehensive assessment of its kind in Vermont, BioFinder was developed by the Agency of Natural Resources and partners to further our collective stewardship and conservation efforts.
At its core, BioFinder is 21 overlapping data sets representing terrestrial and aquatic biological, ecological, and natural heritage data at various scales and aspects. A co-occurrence analysis then identified the locations of greatest overlap for priority ranking at the statewide scale.You can use the BioFinder Mapping Tool to explore the distribution and richness of Vermont's biodiversity and help secure Vermont's natural heritage for future generations.