|Water Rights GIS and Mapping|
The Water Resources
Branch is currently converting the water rights map data to a Geographic
Information System (GIS). In cooperation with the Region 1 Division of
Refuge Planning GIS/Cartography Branch this 18 month project will develop
an ESRI Geodatabase containing the
place of use and point of diversion geometry appurtenant to U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service land. This data will be served via an Internet Map
Service (IMS) by the Regional GIS
Coordinators Office with the capability to query water rights information
from our Water Rights Evaluation Network
as well as produce user defined maps.
The following draft map depicts the water rights for the Dennis and Steinborn tracts
at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. This project is still in the pilot phase and
revisions to map layout, content and data standards are being implemented. Please contact Dan Craver with comments/questions in regard to this project.