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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

GIS Applications

Ecology uses geographic information system (GIS) tools and procedures as aids in accomplishing its mission of protecting the land, air, and waters of the state. The agency has built and maintains the GIS applications described here in order to help our staff and others understand the diverse natural and cultural environment we live and work in. As a public service, we are making our GIS applications available here.


Web Browser Applications

 
  • Facility Site Atlas
    • The Facility/Site Atlas provides interactive mapping of Washington State Department of Ecology’s regulated facilities and Department of Health's regulated public water systems.
  • Washington Digital Coastal Atlas
    • Access and analyze geospatial data for Washington’s coastal region. Also includes oblique shoreline photos for areas of the state.
  • Washington State Well Log Viewer
    • Well Logs describe the location, ownership, construction details and lithology of a completed well.
  • Environmental Information Management Viewer
    • View environmental data from the Department of Ecology and affiliates such as local government and grantees.
  • Water Quality Assessment for Washington
    • View the water bodies listed under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act by the Washington State Department of Ecology as violating clean water standards.

Arc Macro Language (AML) Applications

 

Questions/Comments about GIS applications at Ecology? Contact:

Dan Saul
GIS Manager
Washington State Department of Ecology
P.O. Box 47600
Olympia, Washington  98504-7600

Phone: (360) 407-6419
Fax: (360) 407-6493
E-Mail: dan.saul@ecy.wa.gov


Page maintained and last updated on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 15:32 by Rich Kim