Interactive maps provide a unique way to explore a particular topic. The interactive maps in this gallery were developed using the MD iMAP infrastructure, services and application templates. The gallery contains interactive maps representing a wide range of public services and initiatives.
Maryland's Tier II WatersThis story map highlights the current status, vulnerabilities, solutions and monitoring of Maryland's Tier II Waters. The goals outlined for maintaining and protecting high quality streams in Maryland helps to ensure the preservation of some of the healthiest, and most beautiful steams in the State.
Provided by the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE)
Integrated Report (IR) Water Quality AssessmentsThis map displays surface water quality assessment information found in Maryland’s 2014 Integrated Report of Surface Water Quality (IR). Assessments include those made for a variety of water body types including: impoundments, rivers, and estuarine waters.
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) MapsThis set of maps displays every approved TMDL watershed, categorized by pollutant. Maps include nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment; developed from both the State and the 2010 Chesapeake Bay TMDLs. Links to both TMDL programs and downloads are featured.
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Watershed MapsThis map displays additional information resources related to the TMDL implementation process and Maryland's watershed delination. Additional data downloads and information regarding TMDL can be found at the TMDL Data Center.
Maryland Land Restoration ProgramThe Land Restoration Program (LRP) of the Maryland Department of the Environment provides financial incentive for the redevelopment of brownfields, which are sites that either qualify for the Voluntary Cleanup Program or are contaminated by oil. Redevelopment of these sites will help revitalize industrial and commercial areas. LRP also administers the 'Superfund' program for the State of Maryland that assesses suspected hazardous water sites, including federal facilities, to control and remove environmental and public health threats through site cleanups and remedial actions.
Maryland's FY17 Chesapeake Bay Capital Budget MapFind out where tax dollars are spent across Maryland for environment related projects. Users can interact with the map and view projects and funding by program or agency.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT), the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM), the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA), the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Maryland Environmental Service (MES)
Maryland 319(h) Program ProjectsThis interactive application highlights Maryland’s 319(h) Program under the Clean Water Act. It displays information on 319(h) funded projects that provide measurable improvements in water quality and habitat.
Maryland Clean MarinasThis tool provides information identifying certified clean marinas in Maryland. Clean Marina Partners may be public boat ramps, private community piers, charter boat liveries or even maritime museums.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Public Water AccessThis tool provides information on public water access in Maryland. Sites include boat ramps, soft launches, and transient docking facilities. Detailed information is organized by jurisdiction.
Maryland Coastal AtlasThe Coastal Atlas is an online mapping and planning tool that allows state and local decision-makers to visually analyze and explore data for coastal and ocean planning activities.
Recreation AtlasThis Atlas shows various recreation activities available throughout Maryland. It includes biking, hiking, fishing, water access, and many outdoor and indoor sport venues.
Provided by the the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT) and Maryland Sports
Chesapeake Bay Restoration ViewerMaryland’s highway system includes over 40,000 acres of impervious surfaces that produce run-off pollutants. The map shows completed and proposed projects to improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.
Provided by the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA)
Environmental AtlasThis atlas is a resource for "green" information and services, a gathering place to share sustainable ideas and a tool to track state progress. Become part of the solution to create a stronger, healthier and more sustainable Maryland.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE)
Maryland DNR (Natural Resources) Trail AtlasTrails provide many economic benefits, help tell the stories of Maryland's rich history and offer physical challenges for the whole family. Use the atlas to explore trails across Maryland before or while you're on your journey.
Maryland GreenPrintGreenPrint shows where Targeted Ecological Areas (TEAs) occur and how the many programs within our State government work together to protect our most ecologically valuable areas.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA), the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)
Maryland Stormwater PrintStormwaterPrint is an application highlighting the efforts being undertaken by the State, county and municipal stormwater management programs to control urban water pollution.
Maryland StreamHealthMaryland has over 10,000 miles of rivers and streams. StreamHealth provides resources on the health of streams, factors that impact that health and direct ways to actively protect and restore streams.
Maryland Critical Area MapUse this interactive mapping application to input property information and view timely and current updates to Critical Area boundaries and designations throughout the state of Maryland.
MERLIN OnlineMaryland's Environmental Resources and Land Information Network (MERLIN) allow users to produce a custom map of any location in Maryland, including their choice of base maps and data layers.
Septic Law Implementation MapSB 236 guides the use of septic systems for new residential development to limit the last unchecked major source of nitrogen pollution entering the Chesapeake Bay and other waterways.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)
Septics Law Implementation Guidance MapUnder the Septics Law, counties and municipalities have the option to adopt a tier map to identify where major and minor residential subdivisions may be located. This resource provides information on how to create a tier map.
Maryland Bay Trust Fund Mapper/Restoration PrintThe Trust Fund Mapper was designed to allow the public to track implementation of locally driven non-point source pollution reduction projects and strategies.
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