USGS hydrologist Howard Reeves,
and cooperators* in Michigan, just released an interactive website resulting
from their newly completed project to inventory and map Michigan's ground-water
resources. The resulting database shows ground-water aquifers and features,
users of large quantities of groundwater, and other valuable ground-water
information for Michigan. The highly interactive digital format is available
on the internet at (http://gwmap.rsgis.msu.edu).
This unique internet product will make data easily available to users looking
for information to help develop and manage Michigan's ground-water resources.
A demonstration of the web-based site will be presented to the public on
August 25 in Lansing, Michigan.
* Prepared in Cooperation with State
of Michigan and the MSU Institute
of Water Research