This is the community's public platform for exploring and downloading Alabama's open data, discovering and building apps, and engaging to solve important local issues. You can analyze and combine Open Datasets using maps, as well as develop new web and mobile applications.
Geological dataset for Alabama. The web page includes GIS data in many categories. Data are available for direct download (GIS shapefile format) on the page if the data source is Geological Survey of Alabama. If the data are from another source or agency, the weblink to the data is given.
AlabamaView is a consortium formed to promote research, education, and outreach of remote sensing and geographic information systems to Alabama citizenry. A major focus of AlabamaView is to provide centralized access to downloadable remotely sensed imagery and GIS layers.
The SDMS website provides access to on-line BLM-Alaska land record documents, reports and GIS data. To download, click on "Layers" to select the data, and after the data is shown on the map, click on "download data".
GIS Shapefile Data Relating to the Arizona Strip Resource Management Plan Revision, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Management Plan, and Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Management Plan Approved RMP.
All data are in shapefile format, NAD83, UTM Zone 12, and meters projection and includes FGDC compliant metadata including administrative, reservations, climate, transportation, envrironmental, water and vegetation.
All data are available as shapefiles in Connecticut NAD83 feet, NAD83 meters, and WGS84, KML (for Google Earth). Data categories are Boundaries, Census, Education, Election, GeoScience/ Environmental, Hydrography, Indexes, Places, Transportation.
GIS Data from DEEP are downloadable in Shapefile and File Geodatabase format. Data includes Bioscience, Elevation, Environmental, Geographic Names, Geoscience, Hydrography, Land Conservation and Outdoor Recreation, Orthophotography, Political Boundaries, etc.
Data includes Air Quality, Beaches and Ocean, Geology, Recreation and Parks, State Lands and Conservation, Water Quality and Watersheds, Wastewater and Stormwater, Mining and Minerals, Waste and Petroleum Management.
Data provided through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Prairie Research Institute. Includes climate, elevation, geology, hydrology, imagery, infrastructure, landcover, and reference datasets for Illinois.
Data provided through the University of Illinois’ Illinois Natural History Survey. Includes links to ecological and biological monitor dating, plant and animal specimen collection datasets, ecology software server, and other GIS resources.
Data include Administrative and political boundaries, Biologic and ecologic Ã¢Ââ Environment and conservation, Cadastral and land planning, Cultural, society, and demographic, Elevation, Facilities and structures, Geological and geophysical etc.
DataFindersm is a one-stop-shop for discovering geospatial data focused on and around the seven county Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area. Its primary function is to facilitate sharing of GIS (Geographic Information System) data among organizations serving the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area of Minnesota.
Data include Administrative Boundaries, Cadastral, Elevation, Geodetic Control, Geographic Names, Geology, Hydrography, Hydrologic Units, Land Use / Land Cover, Orthoimagery, Soils, Structures / Addresses and Transportation. Wetlands
he Rhode Island Geographic Information System (RIGIS) distributes open geographically-referenced datasets that represent a wide range of topics, including transportation, infrastructure, and the environment.