New York Natural Resources MapMap of Natural Resources in New York
Resources and environmental maps
Guarded as "forever wild" by Article XIV of the New York State Constitution, New York's forest reserves have an extraordinary landscape, recreation and environmental value. Blue Lines, as they are generally known, are the limits of the Adirondack Forest Preserve and the Catskill Forest Preserve. This map shows the borders of DEC's nine county areas and the location of DEC offices throughout the country.
The map shows the limits of the Hudson River estuary's Hudson River Grant Program. In order to find out whether your projects are within these limits, please enter the site of the projects on this map. To protect tributary rivers and highland habitats, the area for which subsidies may be granted is defined in Environmental Conservation Law Section 11-0306 and covers the New York state of the Hudson River from Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Troy Damm and tributary rivers such as the East River to Hell Gate, Harlem River and Kill Van Kull.
Fountain sites and features in New York State. Landscapes and properties for New York State facility. Since 1990, groundwater abstraction information has been gathered. of the Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program (CSLAP). An inventory of embankments contains the location of the embankments in New York State and provides information on the state and properties of the individual embankments.
This is a map of the drug storage facilities in New York State.
Map, New York (State), General Maps, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Service for the conservation of natural resources
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