Water Navigation Information [Minnesota] Full Details
- Water Navigation Information [Minnesota]
- The physical location of Locks and Dams maintained by the US Army Corp of Engineers along Navigable Waterways (Mississippi River) in the State of Minnesota. Navigable water, Minnesota represents Navigable waterway centerlines for all navigable waterways within the state of Minnesota. It originated as an arc coverage with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. Then MnDOT extracted the arcs that lay within the state boundary. A description of the Navigable water layer is included in Section 5 of this document - Entity and Attribute Overview. Check other metadata records in this package for more information on Locks, Dams, and navigable water. Links to ESRI Feature Services:<br /> <b>Locks And Dams in Minnesota</b>: <a href="https://webgis.dot.state.mn.us/65agsf1/rest/services/sdw_infra/LOCKS_AND_DAMS/FeatureServer">Locks And Dams</a><br /> <b>Navigable Waterways in Minnesota</b>: <a href="https://webgis.dot.state.mn.us/65agsf1/rest/services/sdw_trans/NAVIGABLE_WATERS/FeatureServer">Navigable Waterways</a><br /> To create a spatial representation for mapping the location for Locks and Dams in the State of Minnesota. NAVIGABLE WATER, MINNESOTA was developed to fill a need at Minnesota Department of Transportation for a GIS layer of navigable waterways within the state for planning purposes. Data is published weekly to the GeoCommons, but maybe maintained on a different cycle. Open package to review specific layer for more detail.
- Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Minnesota Geospatial Commons
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