Groundwater Info Center
The GIC Interactive Map

We are pleased to provide you with the Groundwater Information Center Interactive Map, a web-based application serving as a compliment to the data, reports, and other information provided on the GIC website. With this application you can view individual Geographic Information Systems (GIS) layers containing geospatially-referenced groundwater-related information, and download these layers as GIS shapefiles or GeoTIFF raster files.

The data provided through this interactive map is intended to be as accurate as is currently possible; however, this is an experimental application and the data are subject to changes and/or updates at any time.

The current version (updated July 2015) features a more simplified user interface and generally better performance than previous versions. We hope you are pleased with this current beta release of the Groundwater Information Center Interactive Map and find it useful. Updates and improvements to the application continue, with a final release expected by Winter 2015.

** Click here to open the NEW Groundwater Information Center Interactive Map **

User Experience tips
During this testing phase, your experience with the Groundwater Information Center Interactive Map may vary depending on your web browser and browser settings. Although support for all browsers is planned, currently, Google’s Chrome browser may provide you with the best user experience.

If you are having trouble with the application and would like to provide us with feedback, please include the name of the browser you are using (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, etc.) and the browser “mode” or “version”, as this helps the development process.

If you have questions about the presentation of data in the map, or have other comments, please provide them directly to:

Bill Brewster
Department of Water Resources
North Central Region Office

Or please contact staff at your local region office.