The interactive map with photo viewer application allows users to navigate to, select, and explore attributes, photos, and documents associated with Campsite and Sandbar features in the Colorado River ecosystem between Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Mead. The application includes layers of GCMRC river campsites, sandbar study locations, base information such as GCMRC’s river mile system, tributaries, rapids and other geographic place names, and multiple datasets of high-resolution digital imagery in both True-Color and Color-Infrared composites. This custom application integrates the ability to interactively view thousands of site photographs spanning decades for both monitored campsites and sandbar study sites along the Colorado River. This application includes an extensive Help website.
Below are a list of thematic, interactive maps related to specific projects at GCMRC. These maps offer access to GCMRC’s spatial data sets through a standardized, easy-to-use interface. Some maps offer specialized tools for exploring particular data sets. Help with using an application is provided through pop-up tips. To find out what a certain button does, simply hover the mouse pointer over the button. To launch a map, click on any of the links below.
The photo viewer application provides tools to interactively view thousands of site photographs spanning decades, for both monitored campsites, and sandbar study sites along the Colorado River. Photo collections of River Map books are also available. This viewer integrates the Microsoft Pivot Viewer, an intuitive and flexible Silverlight control capable of deep zooming, sorting, and filtering large photo collections.
The dual photo viewer application provides similar tools as the photo viewer above, but allows side-by-side photo collections to be loaded and compared. Applications of this viewer might be comparisons of pre and post High Flow Event photos, or repeat photograph comparisons over different years. It is recommended that the user experiment with the photo viewer above before attempting to use this advanced application.