Historical fire information. ODF keeps statistics on wildfires that occur in its protection jurisdiction, 16 million acres of private and public forestland. These range from annual tallies of the number of fires and the acres burned, to the various causes of fires, fuel types, and other information.
Jun 05, 2018 · Other sources for Wisconsin County Plat Maps include several key private firms with a long history of plat map production. In some cases, historical plat maps may be obtained as well. Farm & Home Publishers – Browse Wisconsin Products; Mapping Solutions; Milwaukee Map Service; Rockford Map Publishers; In addition to these commercial outlets ...
Aug 26, 2018 · Google Maps can show you a different view of your traditional maps. You can switch to Earth or Satellite view to get an aerial view of the whole map. On this view, you can see the actual structures on the map, like buildings, houses, trees, roads, bridges, waters, and others. It can be interesting to see the actual places from a bird’s-eye view.
Aug 04, 2020 · Flood Risk Maps summarize the notable flood risks within the project area and present this data within one large map. Flood Risk Report In conjunction with the FIS report, it explains in detail the methodology and results of a Flood Insurance Rate Map.
The fire maps show the locations of actively burning fires around the world on a monthly basis, based on observations from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on NASA's Terra satellite. The colors are based on a count of the number (not size) of fires observed within a 1,000-square-kilometer area.
The electricity historical data availability dates differ by hub. Mid–C, PJM West, SP15-1, Palo Verde, and Mass Hub have data from 2001. Indiana Hub has data from 2006. SP15-2 (SP15 Gen DA LMP) and NP15 have data from 2009. ERCOT North has data from 2014. Electricity. Current year (2020) Electricity and Natural gas. Historical (2014-2019)
National Register of Historic Places Public, non-restricted data depicting National Register spatial data processed by the Cultural Resources GIS facility. Data last updated in April, 2014.
Yellow fever is caused by yellow fever virus, an enveloped RNA virus 40–50 nm in width, the type species and namesake of the family Flaviviridae. It was the first illness shown to be transmissible by filtered human serum and transmitted by mosquitoes, by Walter Reed around 1900.
The most current map of each area is available from The National Map. TopoView shows the many and varied older maps of each area, and so is especially useful for historical purposes—for example, the names of some natural and cultural features have changed over time, and the historical names can be found on many of these topographic maps.
The popular USGS topographic quadrangle maps (often called 'topos' or 'quads') are available for the entire state. These maps are at a scale of 1:24,000, or 1-inch on the map equals about 2,000-feet on the ground. Also, each map covers 7.5-minutes of Latitude and Longitude.