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2021 By the Numbers -- EGLE develops new interactive web maps, story maps and open data items
January 26, 2022
In 2021, EGLE developed 11 new interactive web maps and apps, 10 new story maps, and 43 new open data items, for a grand total of 64 new features shared on the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE)'s Maps and Data Portal, the central location for maps and data.
Here are the top three in each category:
New Maps and Apps
Published in March 2021, this dashboard shows where grants, loans, and other funding was disbursed from EGLE to local municipalities and other entities in the Fiscal Years of 2019 and 2020.
Published in July 2021, this web map provides historic and current information related to the investigation and remediation of the 1,4-Dioxane groundwater contamination in Scio Township and the west part of the City of Ann Arbor in Washtenaw County.
Published in September 2021, this web app displays all of EGLE's offices locations and district boundaries.
New Story Maps
Published in April 2021, this story map details the collaborative efforts by labs, local health departments, universities, and wastewater utilities to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to support the public health response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Published in March 2021, this story map describes how the Tobacco River's flow has been restored following the lowering of the Edenville Dam spillway.
Published in February 2021, this story map highlights where hazardous areas and dangerous ice conditions will occur due to the lowering of water levels on the Tobacco River behind the Edenville Dam spillway.
New Open Data
Published in April 2021, this outlines the statewide nonattainment areas (areas considered to have air quality worse than the national standards) for the 2015 Ozone NAAQS as designated by the USEPA. This data is used in the Air Monitoring Sites web map.
Published in April 2021, this data outlines the statewide nonattainment areas (areas considered to have air quality worse than the national standards) for the 2010 Primary Sulfur Dioxide NAAQS as designated by the USEPA. This data is used in the Air Monitoring Sites web map.
Published in September 2021, this data outlines the layer boundaries of EGLE's districts. This data is used in the EGLE District Boundaries and Office Locations web app.