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National Estuary Program Mapper (NEPmap)

EPA | Spatial data visualization tool

The National Estuary Program (NEP) is a network of voluntary community-based programs that safeguards the health of important coastal ecosystems across the country.  The National Estuary Program Mapper (NEPmap) is an interactive map that allows users to obtain detailed information about Natural Estuary Program Study Areas, including watershed boundaries and land ownership information, as well as soil types, development status, impervious cover, population, and water quality data. The “take snapshot” feature allows users to make and save maps reflecting the selected geographic information from the NEPmap contents.

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