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07/31/2018 11:34 AM
The correct spatial reference settings and transformation allow geographic data that has different coordinate systems to line up in a GIS. Several coordinate systems are at play within the CT ECO website.
08/20/2018 10:16 PM
Spatial Reference List for the State of Connecticut
A work-in-progress, to some degree, listing spatial reference information for the State of Connecticut. Prepared with numerous searches for geographic information systems spatial references. Hopefully, the GIS links on this webpage will also help others searching for GIS information online.
11/07/2011 06:57 PM
DEEP: Geographic Information Systems - Connecticut
Geographic Information Systems Abstract: Geographic Information SystemsGeographic Information Systems at DEEP plays an important role in the DEEP's mission of protecting and preserving the environment for present and future generations. DEEP develops and maintains a statewide automated geographic storage and retrieval system that can rapidly integrate and analyze large amounts of spatial map ...
08/04/2018 05:53 AM
DEEP/DEEP_Environmental (MapServer) - Connecticut
DEEP/DEEP_Environmental (MapServer) View In: ArcGIS JavaScript ArcGIS.com Map Google Earth ArcMap ArcGIS Explorer View Footprint In: ArcGIS.com Map Service Description: This map service is intended for use with the DEEP EZ-File online permitting application.
07/26/2018 03:29 PM
NAIP/Connecticut_2016_60cm (ImageServer) - gis.apfo.usda.gov
View In: ArcGIS JavaScript ArcGIS Online map viewer Google Earth ArcMap View Footprint In: ArcGIS Online map viewer Service Description: NAIP/Connecticut_2016_60cm Name: NAIP/Connecticut_2016_60cm Description: NAIP/Connecticut_2016_60cm Single Fused Map Cache: false Extent:
08/07/2018 12:20 AM
SpatialReference—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
Each part of the spatial reference has a number of properties (especially the coordinate system) that defines what map projection options are used to define horizontal coordinates. Discussion A SpatialReference object can also be accessed from existing datasets using the Describe spatialReference property.
08/09/2018 07:23 PM
Spatial Reference Framework - Geographic Information ...
GIS has five layers, which are spatial reference framework, spatial data model, spatial data acquisition systems, spatial data analysis, and geo-visualization. This module is composed of six lecture. The first lecture "Five Layers of GIS" is an introduction to the third module.
08/14/2018 10:09 PM
ArcGIS Help 10.1 - Spatial references
When pasting or importing data to a DB2 or Informix database, ArcGIS also checks the spatial reference table for a match; if one is not found, a new record with the new information is added to the spatial references table.
08/16/2018 07:36 PM
* Spatial Reference (GIS) - Definition,meaning - Online ...
A spatial reference is required to display your data in the correct geographic location.Without a spatial reference, your data may be displayed in an incorrect location or not at all.. In other GIS usage the spatial reference identifier is usually called SRS ID (Spatial Reference System Identifier) and it is usually composed of Author Name and the unique Integer ID defined by that authority of ...
08/01/2018 02:36 AM
Spatial reference system - Wikipedia
A Spatial Reference System Identifier (SRID) is a unique value used to unambiguously identify projected, unprojected, and local spatial coordinate system definitions. These coordinate systems form the heart of all GIS applications.

Learn to Identify an Unknown Spatial Reference - by ESRI