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NPS_Public_POIs_Geographic (MapServer)

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Service Description: The purpose of creating and utilizing a spatial data standard is to consolidate spatial data and integrate the existing feature attribute information into a national database for reporting, planning, analysis and sharing purposes. The primary benefit of using a spatial data standard remains the organization and documentation of data to allow users to share spatial data between parks, regions, programs, other federal agencies, and the public, at the national level. Ultimately, the point of interest container will go through a formal data standard development process. This will lead to wider use and more comprehensive access to all of our available point of interest data and provide a more integrated approach to point of interest data management across the NPS and at all levels: park, region, program, and national. Until then, the point of interest spatial data container will serve as a pseudo-standard and enable data stewards to begin standardizing point of interest data.

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Copyright Text: National Park Service

Spatial Reference: 4269  (4269)


Single Fused Map Cache: false

Initial Extent:
    XMin: -176.02342842391914
    YMin: -8.438466398842415
    XMax: 1.9602548121858803
    YMax: 107.20333848450923
    Spatial Reference: 4269  (4269)

Full Extent:
    XMin: -170.69692920633986
    YMin: -14.28551188813259
    XMax: 145.7204234003807
    YMax: 68.14305600020543
    Spatial Reference: 4269  (4269)

Units: esriDecimalDegrees

Supported Image Format Types: PNG32,PNG24,PNG,JPG,DIB,TIFF,EMF,PS,PDF,GIF,SVG,SVGZ,BMP

Document Info:
    Title: National Park Service Public Points of Interest
    Author: National Park Service
    Comments: The purpose of creating and utilizing a spatial data standard is to consolidate spatial data and integrate the existing feature attribute information into a national database for reporting, planning, analysis and sharing purposes. The primary benefit of using a spatial data standard remains the organization and documentation of data to allow users to share spatial data between parks, regions, programs, other federal agencies, and the public, at the national level. Ultimately, the point of interest container will go through a formal data standard development process. This will lead to wider use and more comprehensive access to all of our available point of interest data and provide a more integrated approach to point of interest data management across the NPS and at all levels: park, region, program, and national. Until then, the point of interest spatial data container will serve as a pseudo-standard and enable data stewards to begin standardizing point of interest data.
    Subject: National Park Service Public Points of Interest
    Category:
    Keywords: National Park Service,NPS,Points of Interest,POIs,Spatial Data Containers
    AntialiasingMode: None
    TextAntialiasingMode: Force
Supports Dynamic Layers: true

MaxRecordCount: 5000

MaxImageHeight: 4096

MaxImageWidth: 4096

Supported Query Formats: JSON, AMF

Min Scale: 0

Max Scale: 0



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