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    Announcements from the Land Information Office


    MCLIO Webinar: Introduction to the MCAMLIS Interactive Mapping Website

    The Land Information Office is pleased to announce the first in a series of educational webinars focused on the functions and workflows available in the Interactive Mapping veiwer. This webinar will be an introduction to the viewer, for those who are unfamiliar with it, and an opportunity to compare and contrast the new viewer with our legacy versions.


    NOAA’s Lake Level Viewer of the Great Lakes

    March 2, 2015: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) Office of Coastal Management has recently completed the development of a new online mapping tool for the Great Lakes that will give decision makers, resource managers, and community members information on future lake levels.


    Completion of the Planimetric Polygon Processing Project

    February 27, 2015: The project initiated in July 2014 to polygonalize Milwaukee County planimetric features has been completed. The project was a continuation of the December 2012 project of updating the currency of the dataset to 2010. The results of this process produced 6 polygon layers including 30 subtypes within those layers.


    HASUS - MH Webinar

    The National Geospatial Technology Center is hosting a Webinar on February 18, 2015, entitled: HAZUS – MH: Program Methodology, Real World Applications and How to Get Involved. Hazus-MH is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) based modeling tool. It was developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide a tool, useable by people with modest to comprehensive scientific knowledge and technical skills, to create a credible risk assessment for their community.


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