SLAMM-View is a web-mapping application that portrays pairs of simulation results from the Sea Level Affects Marshes Model (SLAMM) with other contextual layers such as state and county boundaries, roads, and National Wetland Inventory data via web mapping services. SLAMM-View utilizes a combination of server and client software (Java and Java-script) based on Image Matters' userSmarts.
UNIBEST (UNIform Beach Sediment Transport)-CL+ is a tool for modeling sediment transport along the coast.
The Western Lake Erie Nutrient Source Inventory (NSI) is an interactive map showing sources of nutrients in the Western Lake Erie watershed. The NSI looks at urban and rural sources of runoff throughout the Western Lake Erie Basin that are contributing to harmful algal blooms.
These master plans establish the level and type of public uses permitted, detail the authorized resource management and the facility development, and act as a property blueprint for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource lands. Master plans are available for most WDNR properties. Plans are designed to support state-owned property management, but are available for reference to interested stakeholders.
When waterfowl populations in North America languished at historic lows, the waterfowl management community in the United States and Canada developed a strategy, the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, to restore waterfowl through habitat protection, restoration and enhancement. Signed in 1986 by the United States and Canada and in 1994 by Mexico, the plan is the foundational bird conservation partnership, an unprecedented recognition of the need for international cooperation to help recover shared resources.
The Wisconsin Coastal Management Program's (WCMP) Grants Map provides an interactive way to explore a selection of WCMP grant projects that have been funded since 2014.Potential grantees, WCMP partners and others can use the map to better understand the types of projects that WCMP has funded, find projects similar to thier own, or learn how the WCMP and its grant program benefit coastal communities in Wisconsin.
The US Army Corps of Engineers acquired oblique aerial photos of the coast lines of the Great Lakes and connecting channels from 2011-2012.
The Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MNFI) are the stewards of the database that records locations and numbers of endangered and threatened species, and some species of concern and documents threatened rare communities in the state of Michigan. The database is used by state and federal agencies, researchers, private companies and consultants to evaluate threats to Michigan's endangered and threatened species.