A geographic information system, or GIS, is a computerized data management system used to capture, store, manage, retrieve, analyze, and display spatial information. GIS allows users to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in many ways. The Commission’s GIS program is intended to leverage technology to make data about the lands and resources under the Commission’s jurisdiction more accessible to the public.
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GIS Open Data
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Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability
Data and applications on the GIS Open Data Site do not purport to show the precise location of boundaries. While the data may be helpful for preliminary regional research and general planning purposes, boundaries may not be as depicted. This data is not to be used for title or boundary purposes or for obtaining permits or other entitlements from any federal, state, or local agency without additional review by the Commission. The Commission makes no warranty as to the accuracy of the data nor assumes any liability for its use – the user assumes all risk of use.