Brown County, Land Information OfficeA free GIS map viewer displaying aerial photos, parcels, contours, roads, FEMA flood mapping, DNR wetlands, various administrative districts, and more. Includes the ability to search for and zoom to parcels, streets, businesses, plats, and CSMs.
United States Geological SurveyThis web-based mapping tool was designed to help Great Lakes coastal managers develop effective phragmites control and invasion prevention programs by allowing users to create maps which shows existing phragmites stands (0.2 hectares or larger), suitable habitat areas that are not yet invaded, and likely invasion pathways based on current conditions or reduced water level conditions.
Martin Elmer, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin – MadisonGreen Bay LakeViz, created by Martin Elmer, is an interactive map detailing flooding incidence and other coastal hazards along Green Bay (Lake Michigan) in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin. This work is a proof-of-concept for a broader scope interactive mapping project designed to assist public officials and private individuals in understanding the coastal hazards and flood management systems within Brown County.
Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments
Map of green infrastructure in the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments' Stormwater Coalition (TMACOG SWC). The map can be accessed by selecting the "map of GIS in NW Ohio" button on the webpage.
View areas at risk of floods in the United States and territories. Search by address, state or zip code or use advanced search options such as coordinates and map scales. View data regarding earthquakes, hurricanes and other hazards.
National Parks ServiceThe GLEDN is a mapping tool designed to allow users to monitor the presence and spread of invasive plants and animals and alert others to their detection from an online account or from a smart phone application. With the GLEDN, managers and citizen scientist can easily plot the area, density, and variety of invasive species they encounter in the field, and update this data in real time.
Natural Resource Conservation ServiceProduced by the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), the Web Soil Survey is a web based mapping tool which allows users to identify an area of interest by address or county and then analyze the underlying soil type.
Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change (WICCI)The WICCI Viewer is and interactive map allows you to ask a simple question: what climates today most resemble the future climates projected for my location? Answers to this question can help us adapt and plan for the consequences of global warming. For example, farmers can use this website to identify possible crop types and hybrids that may do well in Wisconsin's future climates, while epidemiologists and land managers can use this information to identify diseases and pests that may be poised to enter Wisconsin.