Mountain Bike Trails - Alabama - SoCalMtB.com alabama Trail Menu Jefferson County 1 trail Latest Updates Oak Mt. 01/26/03 Addyour favorite trail today, Friends of MtB Trail Central Topo! interactive maps http://www.socalmtb.com/trails/index.cgi?alabama,n,n
Extractions: The 2 CD set contains detailed topographical maps for all three parks as well as Lake Mead and the Las Vegas vicinity. TOPO! uses detailed USGS (United Status Geological Survey) topographical maps which are further enhanced by the addtional of millions of DEM (Digital Elevation Model) data points. Elevation profiling is quick and easy. Simply use Route Tool to draw a line (route or trail) anywhere on the map, then right click on the line to activate the pop-up menu and select Build Profile. TOPO! walks the route for you and instantly displays the elevation gains/losses in an elevation profile graph. You can trace existing trails on the maps, or add your own routes. You may also add your own text, symbols and GPS waypoints. Maps may be printed in full color or black and white. Set bookmarks on any map, at any resolution, for immediate recall.
GIS Data Sets Alabama State of alabama Geological Survey, DRG, HUC, County coverages, and Topographicmaps, statewide, 124,000 to 1250,000, Follow the link to View interactive maps. http://www.fws.gov/data/statdata/aldata.html
Extractions: Alabama Spatial Data Sets The data sets listed below are for larger scale data (1:24:000 up to 1:500,000) for the state of Alabama . Data created by or maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is shown in the first table with links to the metadata and data where possible. Data from other agencies is shown in the second table, also with direct links. Data of this sort tend to be dynamic. If you are aware of additional data not shown here please notify the contact person at the bottom of the page. Thank you ! OFFICE NAME THEME SPATIAL COVERAGE SCALE METADATA DATA LINK Key Cave NWR, Sauta Cave NWR (formally Blowing Wind Cave NWR). Geographic and UTM coordinates National Wildlife Refuge Legislative Boundaries Follow metadata link Region 4 Refuge Boundary files - Additional Refuge data will be added when it becomes available. National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) Wetland Information scattered: General NWI metadata Data Downloads in Arc/Info export or DLG formats. Data is arranged by 1:250,000 quads. Quads for Alabama are Blytheville, Columbia, Tupelo, Gadsden, Rome, West Point, Birmingham, Atlanta, Meridian, Montgomery, Phenix City, Hattiesburg, Andalusia, Dothan, Mobile, Pensacola and Tallahassee.
Extractions: This Alabama travel and tourism guide, featuring lodging activities visitor attractions and more, will help you plan a successful visit to the state of Alabama, U.S.A Alabama, home to 4.4 million people, is of great relevance in U.S. history - from antebellum homes of the Confederacy to places that are etched in memories of the 1960s. Alabama boasts various landscapes from wooded canyons to idyllic ocean beaches. In Huntsville visit the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. This plays an integral part in the national aerospace program. Birmingham , Alabama's largest city, offers the Civil Rights Institute and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Located in the center of Alabama Montgomery is the state capital. Montgomery was pivotal in the civil rights movement of the 1960s - to evoke this era visit the Civil Rights Memorial. The attractive port city of Mobile and the Gulf Coast are located in the southern part of Alabama on the glorious Gulf of Mexico. Visit the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile's Historic District and relax on the phenomenal beaches at Gulf Shores and Orange Beach . Further along the coast from these resorts is historical Fort Morgan Travel Destinations: SELECT A REGION SELECT A TOWN/CITY Abbeville, AL
Extractions: Reviews Off-Road's reviews Topo! is designed to allow you to view and manipulate USGS topographic maps. Included on the CD are the application and all the 7.5 minute maps for the selected region. The region I purchased, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Surrounding Recreational Areas , contains 109 maps. It covers Los Angeles County south of the California Aqueduct, all of Orange County, the southeastern-most corner of Ventura County, the southwest corner of San Bernardino County, the western-most portion of Riverside County and the extreme northwest corner of San Diego County. A Topo! saved selection with a route overlaid. Magnification - Selects scale Centering - Centers a point of interest in the window Traveling - Scrolls maps Selection - Defines a rectangular selection area Symbol - Places annotating symbols on the map Text - Places text labels on the map Ruler - Measures distances along straight or freehand routes Compass - Measures directions and distances along straight routes Bookmark - Stores and jumps to stored locations Gazetteer - as described above File Open - Open a different region or file Legend - Opens a reference to USGS symbols displayed on maps Help - Open the Topo! help file
Maps -- Tuscaloosa Web maps alabama maps Great map resource from the University of alabama CartographicResearch Lab. Lycos Tuscaloosa Map interactive map of Tuscaloosa and Northport http://www.tuscaloosaweb.com/directory/maps.htm
Extractions: Wheeler Reservoir Wheeler Reservoir is located in north central Alabama half way between Birmingham and Nashville. Alabama's second largest is one of TVA's lakes and stretches 60 miles from Guntersville Dam to Wheeler Dam near Rogersville. The upper end of the reservoir is a run-of-the-river reservoir as it goes past Huntsville and begins spreading out near Decatur. Stump flats, weed beds, and creek channels are popular locations in the middle section. The lower end has many steep banks and long points. Bass fishing is the most popular fishery in Wheeler Reservoir. Largemouth bass are the primary species, but smallmouth bass are common from Decatur to the west end, especially from Elk River down. The northern strain of spotted bass are common too, and are primarily near the main channel. This reservoir is home to quality fishing for a variety of fish. Catfish fishing is excellent, and William McKinley caught the world record blue catfish, 111 pounds, from Wheeler Reservoir on July 5, 1996. Bream (bluegill, redear sunfish, and longear sunfish) fishing is excellent, also. Crappie grow exceptionally fast here. Sauger run upstream during the winter and early spring and are caught below Guntersville Dam. Striped bass, hybrids and white bass make spring runs too and can be caught schooling during the summer. Link list: Fishing license information may be found at: www.dcnr.state.al.us/agfd/fishlic.html
Extractions: Link Page for Anglers Lake Guntersville is located in north Alabama between Bridgeport and Guntersville. Alabama's largest lake contains 69,100 acres and stretches 75 miles from Nickajack Dam to Guntersville Dam. Free boat ramps and private marinas are spread along its length. Fishing, boating, camping, hunting and eagle watching are popular sports in the area. Eagle watching is centered on Guntersville State Park and the dam during the winter, though some stay all year. Guntersville is noted for its milfoil and hydilla weed beds from which big bass explode on topwater baits. Lake Guntersville is home to quality angling for a variety of fish. Historically, about two-thirds of the anglers on Guntersville target largemouth bass, although bream (bluegill, redear sunfish, and longear sunfish) crappie, sauger and catfish attract their fair share of anglers. A 15-inch minimum length limit was placed on black bass on October 1, 1993 to increase the abundance of bass and increase the numbers of bass longer than 15-inches. There has not been any major shifts or adverse effects on the black bass fishery since the implementation of the limit; however, the vast majority of anglers remain supportive of the length limit. A summary of bass club tournament data last year on Guntersville is available.
HM USA Travel Guide - Alabama Tourism Travel Council Homepage alabama WorldWeb Travel Guide Tourism and travel guideto alabama with online hotel reservations, interactive maps and information http://www.hm-usa.com/states/al.html
World-Wide Web Resources - Maps Commission, interactive mapping. Aerials Only Gallery, aerial photography of theUS featuring New England, Florida, California, and National Parks. alabama maps http://www.uky.edu/Subject/maps.html
Extractions: Maps Jump to Kentucky Mapping Jump to U. S. Government Mapping Bluegrass Area Development District Kentucky Geological Survey Kentucky Office of GIS Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Division of Planning , state, county and city maps. Lexington Fayette Urban County Government, GIS , interactive mapping. Louisville/Jefferson County Information Consortium , interactive mapping. Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission , interactive mapping. Aerials Only Gallery , aerial photography of the U.S. featuring New England, Florida, California, and National Parks. Alabama Maps , from the Cartographic Research Laboratory at the University of Alabama. Historical and contemporary maps from around the world. ( note : Called "Alabama Maps" to reflect the producers, not the content.) American Cities Atlas Project , Prof. William Bowen's color maps of the following cities displaying census data related to population, income, etc. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping , features information about ACSM, sample articles from its publications, and a listing of related World Wide Web resources. America's Roof , guide to the highest places in the U.S. and the world.
Bike Shops - Alabama - MyBikeSite.com alabama LBS Menu Baldwin County 2 shops Butler County 1 shop Mobile County 3shops Click here to Adda-Shop, Friends of LBS Central Topo! interactive maps http://www.mybikesite.com/shops/index.cgi?loc=alabama
Online Maps - Academic Info Library, the Rucker Agee Collection of the Birmingham Public Library, the GeologicalSurvey of alabama, and the alabama Department of Archives interactive maps. http://www.academicinfo.net/geogmapslib.html
Extractions: "...is an ongoing project of the Cartographic Research Laboratory, which operates under the auspices of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Alabama...The Historical Map Archive is a digitized collection of selected map holdings from the University of Alabama Map Library, the W. S. Hoole Special Collections Library, the Rucker Agee Collection of the Birmingham Public Library, the Geological Survey of Alabama, and the Alabama Department of Archives and History." Alexandria Digital Library
Directory :: Look.com Color Landform Atlas alabama The Johns Hopkins University hosts this map collectionof alabama. Lake Martin maps interactive maps of Lake Martin, including http://www.look.com/searchroute/directorysearch.asp?p=300022