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Gis Project Proposal

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Gis Project Proposal

  1. 1. Project Proposal<br />
  2. 2. 2055 Otter Lake DriveLino Lakes, Minnesota<br />Project questions<br />The client requires a map drawn showing the legal boundaries for his property.<br /> <br />The client would like to determine if a private bridge is located on any portion of his land.<br /> <br />
  3. 3. 2055 Otter Lake DriveLino Lakes, Minnesota<br />The client would also like to discover if any portion of his land is a designated wetland.<br /> <br />The client is also concerned about a water channel running through a portion of his land where a private bridge and roadway are. He would like to determine if it is on his property.<br /> <br />Determine where a “missing” portion of property is located as described in the legal description<br />
  4. 4. Target AudienceAt this time the client as only requested this information for his personal use.<br />
  5. 5. Data Requirements<br />Data Already Acquired<br />4 plat maps in PDF format<br />The plat maps are split digitally into 4 separate pieces, so they will need to be snapped together.<br />I will also have to determine the map units for the plat map (coordinates).<br />Adding symbology will be necessary (points)<br /> <br />Legal description of the property<br />I need to carefully read the legal description and import any lat/long data.<br />There are also points on the legal description that will need to be imported.<br /> <br />
  6. 6. Data Required<br />Property map- Possibly obtained from the ESRI server<br />Ownership layer (polygons)<br />Hydrology layer (lines)<br />Streets layer (lines)<br /> <br />DNR maps for the property that show wetlands- Minnesota DNR (client has access)<br /> <br />Aerial photography<br />Any photos will need to be geo-rectified.<br /> <br />
  7. 7. Field Work<br />It will be necessary to conduct field work at the client’s property to “walk” his property line and obtain GPS coordinates to plot certain land and physical attributes. <br /> <br />The data obtained will need to be recorded and imported into the GIS.<br /> <br />

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