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KGS Geologic Map Information Service

作者:ihpa.net 发布时间:2017-09-08

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Updates to the Geologic Map Service (2/9/2017)
Added coal and non-coal economic points to the layer list. These locations were digitized from the original 1:24,000 Geologic Quadrangles as a part of the KGS DVGQ program.

Coal mineral points are displayed by mining type. Non coal ore and bulk mineral points are displayed both by commodity and mine type (can be toggled on and off)

Coal DVGQ Locations: layer is located under the "coal" header. Locations where coal was mined, quarried, or prospected as identified on the Geologic Quadrangle maps.

Non-Coal Ore Mineral Points: layer is located under the "economic" header. Locations where ore minerals were mined, quarried, or prospected as identified on the Geologic Quadrangle maps (barite, flourite, flourspar, calcite, etc...).

Bulk Mineral Points: layer is located under the "economic" header. Locations where bulk minerals and geologic materials were mined, quarried, or prospected as identified on the Geologic Quadrangle maps (limestone, sand and gravel, clay, etc...) Also added a new "Quick Map Layout" bookmark named "Economic Non-Coal Map" for a quick display of non-coal economic points and areas (quarries). Faults are also turned on with this bookmark.

As always, we welcome your feedback at:


Updates to the Geologic Map Service (12/5/2016)
Added several new methods for visualizing oil and gas wells:
When the oil and gas layer is turned on (check the box under the "Data Layers" in the "Layers" tab), there are now selections for:

Total Depth Formation: symbolizes and labels the wells by total depth formation. Wells are symbolized green to yellow to red = youngest to oldest.

Deepest Pay Formation: symbolizes and labels the wells by deepest pay formation. Wells are symbolized green to yellow to red = youngest to oldest.

Total Depth: symbolizes and labels the wells by total depth. Wells are symbolized green to yellow to red = shallow to deep. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (4/7/2016)
You can now dismiss this dialog until the next update! Check the box above and hit close button below. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (4/16/2015)
Just added - download functionality for the "Photo & Images" layer. Activate the tool to draw a polygon on the map around desired points, and download into a shapefile or geodatabase. Layer includes a field containing the photo URL. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (10/18/13)

Major Update! Map service now uses the ESRI basemap layers and has all the ESRI basemaps available for use. This has several implications:

A new layer selection has been added called "Change World Base Layer (ESRI)" to the basemap layer list. Select the basemap you would like to use from the list of thumbnails. The default is the Topographic base. These are worldwide base layers projected in WGS 84.

The map service projection is now WGS 84 (WKID = 102100).

The map service should be faster and more stable.

The KY Topography and KY Imagery layers can still be turned on. These base layers provide detail that the ESRI basemaps do not provide. These are available in the layer list and overlay on top of the ESRI base layers.

Due to the caching scheme for the ESRI basemaps, the scale levels for the map are different than before. If you need a "standard" map scale of, say, 1:24,000 or 1:100,000 you can use the archived and deprecated (no longer maintained) version of this map service here: .

New layer added: LiDAR-derived sinkholes. Find this in the layer list under "Water". This layer also turns on when the "Karst Potential Map" layout is toggled. The features in this layer are available for the Floyd's Fork basin near Louisville.

Data downloads are now being added for some layers. Currently downloads are available for the geologic map data, oil and gas well data, and the LiDAR-derived sinkholes. For those layers that have data downloads (in shapefile or ESRI geodatabase format) you will see a download icon next to the layer name. Click to either download a zip file of the layer or be directed to a page with instructions for download (mouse-over the icon for instructions).

Search for a place widget (geocoding) has been added to the map interface. This was previously in the tools menu - but is very popular and has been elevated to the map for quick use.

A scale bar has been added. Displays both metric and english units. Located at the bottom left of the map.

The fractional scale has been moved to the bottom of the map interface. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (9/17/13)

"Well Number" has been added as a label option to both Oil and Gas well ("Oil and Gas Wells" / "Terminated Oil and Gas Permits") layers. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (8/9/13)

Terminated oil and gas permits have been added as a separate layer to the service (under the Oil and Gas layers). This was done to help users distinguish between actual wells that have been drilled and permitted locations that may not have been drilled. Updates to the Geologic Map Service (2/22/13)

Added a quick search and zoom to an address or placename of interest. Simply enter information into the search box under the "Tools" tab (under the navigation tools).

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