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GeoData@Wisconsin: How to Use Downscaled WICCI Climate Data

In the ‘Climate’ collection, users can access a series of downscaled climate modeling datasets in GIS-friendly formats created by Dr. Eric Compas from the University of…

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June 2022 Virtual ECE Alumni Town Hall.mp4

UW-Madison Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department Chair Susan Hagness presents a Virtual Town Hall meeting via Zoom on June 21st, 2022. ECE student and faculty updates are shared as…

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Social Cinema: John E. Peck & Lynn Utesch discuss “Kiss the Ground: Regenerating the World’s Soils to Combat Climate Change"

Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. Using…

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IMG LM Mod7 Quiz Issue 3 Main

Liquid manure ponding in a low area of a field while manure is being spread. The image is provided by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

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IMG LM Mod7 Quiz Q5 Main

Liquid manure ponding in a low area of a field while manure is being spread. The image is provided by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

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AnneBonds: “Possessive Whiteness: Racism, Property, and Power and the Making of Milwaukee, Wisconsin”

The second in a series of two lectures from Professor Anne Bonds given for the Havens Wright Center Spring 2021 Visiting Scholar Program. Anne Bonds is associate professor of Geography and Urban…

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Module 6 Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-Karst Areas

Final Course Video: Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-Karst AreasPublished February, 2021Manure Applicator Training: Wet Solid and Dry Solid Manure coursesConservation…

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Module 6 Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-General Rules

Final Course Video: Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-General RulesPublished February, 2021Manure Applicator Training: Wet Solid and Dry Solid Manure coursesConservation…

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Module 6 Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-CAFO Rules

Final Course Video: Preparing to Spread --- State Setback Section Wisconsin-CAFO RulesPublished February, 2021Manure Applicator Training: Wet Solid and Dry Solid Manure coursesConservation…

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Getting to know GeoData@Wisconsin, and How You Can Participate!

GeoData@Wisconsin is a statewide geoportal containing nearly 21,000 free Wisconsin spatial datasets produced by local, regional, state and federal government organizations. First established in…

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching for U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Maps

Scanned topographic maps published by the USGS date back to 1889 in Wisconsin, and as such, provide excellent insight for historical research. With nearly 12,000 topos available through…

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching for Digital Aerial Imagery

Much of the aerial imagery available in Wisconsin is organized as county mosaics, U.S. Geological Survey Quarter-Quadrangle tiles, and in some cases, individual scanned photographs. Often, digital…

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching for the Original Wisconsin Public Land Survey System Maps

The field notes and plat maps of the public land survey of Wisconsin are a valuable resource for original land survey information, as well as for understanding Wisconsin's landscape history. The…

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching with Keywords

In GeoData@Wisconsin, the keyword search bar is located at the top of the page. Simply enter a search term here to see results. Keywords are often best way to begin your search for data.

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching for Wisconsin LiDAR Data

Wisconsin is fortunate to have complete nearly coverage of LiDAR-derived elevation data available from our partner, WisconsinView.Org. LiDAR data can be particularly difficult to find because…

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GeoData@Wisconsin: Searching with the Map

Using the map is a great way to see all the available data for a specific area of interest. Searching by using the map is what makes a geoportal special. When combined with collections, filters, and…

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