patient. It will take some time to load the files.
facilities regulated by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
These are facilites which generate, store or transport regulated hazardous
- NPL: facilities
on the federal National Priorities List of the Comprehensive Environmental
Response, Compensation and Liabiltiy Act (Superfund)
dams on the St. Joseph River and her tributaries.
permanant dischargers regulated by the National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System. These first four files were downloaded from the
USEPA BASINS program.
- St. Joe
Boundaries: the subwatershed boundaries delineated by 30-meter digital
elevation data, downloaded from mich.gov.
combined sewer overflow outlets, the size and color of the point and
the title in the legend indicate the number of outlets for each mapped
You can view
maps of these layers individually by viewing the Task
2 and 3 pages
of the Watershed Management Plan
on and off by clicking the square under the layer name in the legend.
An "X" will be visible in the square when the layer is turned
on. To read layer labels, such as names of mapped cities, click the identify
button above the map. The text in the button will become bold when it
is activated. Then click the desired layer from the legend. The background
of that portion of the legend will turn white. Then click on that feature
on the map you wish to identify. The label will appear below the map.