EISPC Energy Zoned Mapping Tool Webinar
The next webcast demonstration for the EISPC Energy Zoned Mapping Tool is scheduled for Thursday, July 25, at 11am ET/10am CT/9am MT.
Use this link to register: http://www.regonline.com/EZMappingToolDemo-July25
Recent updates to the tool include:
- Corridor tool and report: The analysis areas dialog was extended to allow corridors to be drawn on the map as a line, then given a width. Once a corridor has been added, the Corridor Report can be run for it. The report provides a wide variety of information in mileposted order along the corridor length, including jurisdictional boundaries, elevation profiles, infrastructure crossings, proximity to military operations and airports, and summary environmental information.
- Copying and revising analysis areas and corridors: The edit action in the Analysis Areas and Corridors dialog now allows entries to be copied, and the copies can be revised on the map. One way this is useful is to analyze alternate corridor routes and widths based on potential issues identified with the corridor report.
- Habitat report: This new report is based on the tool’s extensive library of over 70 regional and state habitat layers, and corresponds to the composite habitat layer used in the suitability models. Table headers in the report correspond to layer names in the mapping catalog, and the data source text below each table links to metadata. After running a model and choosing an analysis area, this report allows the specific habitat data occurring in the analysis area to be determined quickly. The layers listed in the report can then be added to the map for and queried with the identify tool for more details.
- Default models added to Results: Default suitability model results are now listed in the Results window as “System” runs. They can be added to the map without having to run them first.
For more information please visit Argonne National Laboratory's webpage for the EISPC Energy Zones Mapping Tool here