Webinar on the Montana Water Information System-April 28th!
Overview of the Montana Water Information System
Thursday, April 28th 12pm MST-Register Here
Presenter: Troy Blanford from Montana State Library
The Montana Water Information System (WIS) organizes water-related information from multiple state and federal agencies and makes it discoverable from one starting place. The WIS makes high quality data on surface water, groundwater, water rights, water supply, water quality, watersheds, and more available to the public through GIS, maps, applications, and webpages. This webinar will provide an overview of the resources available through the WIS, including the Water Right Query System, the statewide hydrography GIS dataset and stewardship program, water supply and drought maps, and the Montana Hydrography Working Group.
TroypicTroy Blandford is a GIS Analyst and the Water Information System Manager at the Montana State Library. He holds an M.S degree in Geography specializing in GIS and remote sensing and a B.S. in Environmental Science focusing on hydrology. He previously worked for the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation providing GIS datasets and technical support for the water rights and water management programs. He is currently the Montana Spatial Data Infrastructure Theme Lead for hydrography and has over 10 years of experience with applications of GIS in water resources.
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