GCMP Online Mapping Tools
The Georgia Coastal and Marine Planner (GCAMP) is a suite of interactive mapping tools and resources designed to aid state regulators and planners in their decision-making processes of how to allocate property off the coast of Georgia to potential developers. By clicking here, GCAMP users can utilize in-depth maps and tools that allows them to visualize how different parts of Georgia's coast are used, regulated, and protected by state and federal agencies. GCAMP was created by Georgia Tech's Center for GIS and the Strategic Energy Institute for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Management Program with funding provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The Georgia Wetlands Restoration Access Portal (G-WRAP) is a revolutionary geospatial gateway to interactive wetlands maps, data, and resources for coastal Georgia, and can be utilized by clicking here. Through funding made available by the Environmental Protection Agency, G-WRAP was created by the Georgia Tech Center for Geographic Information Systems for Georgia's Department of Natural Resources. A majority of the data layers found on G-WRAP were created by the University of Georgia's Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.
Other Related Online Tools
There are many other online viewers, maps, and tools for environmental and coastal users. Some of those tools are listed below as clickable links.