Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is used quite often in everyday experiences. If you have ever used MapQuest, Google Maps, or Bing Maps, you have utilized a form of GIS. It can be helpful when creating custom maps, delineating boundaries, analyzing data, gathering geographical data, measuring areas and distances, showing change over time, and many other uses.
There are many datasets in our county GIS that may be useful to you. Here are just some of the layer sets available for use: roads, trails, parcels, land ownership, soils, hydrology, vegetation, boundaries, utilities, floodplains, etc.
Please enter the below information in your mapping program to connect to and view our high resolution aerial photography. You will also be able to view our historic aerial photographs. You will need to change the version number from 1.3.0 to 1.1.0.
AERIAL PROJECTION INFORMATION:
Carbon County's WMS aerial imagery is projected in GCS_WGS_1984, Latitude/Longitude.
DATA PROJECTION INFORMATION:
Carbon County maintains all data in NAD 83, State Plane, Utah Central Zone, Meters
BELOW ARE INSTRUCTIONS TO CONNECT TO CARBON COUNTY'S AERIAL IMAGERY IN ARCGIS:
- In the Catalog Tree, navigate to GIS SERVERS, double click 'ADD WMS SERVER'.
- Type in the following URL: 'http://imagery.carbon.utah.gov/latlonghistorical/wms.asp?version=1.1.1&' and Select the following version. Next, click GET LAYERS – select aerial imagery year to display aerial information; CLICK OK. No User name or password are required.
- Expand the following and select 2013_High Resolution Aerial by long clicking and dragging the layer to your map workspace.
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