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Bob Means


Email: robert_means@blm.gov
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This data set represents public land grazing areas (allotments) broken down to the pasture level as administered by the Bureau of Land Management, Worland Field Office, Wyoming.
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The mine permit boundary coverage was created for locational purposes and to aid counties in tax district assessment.
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This dataset represents all of the Historical Trails in Wyoming, including those designated as National Historic Trails. These data have been collected using methods ranging from screen digitizing at a large scale to collecting trails with aGlobal Positioning System (GPS). In general, the main trail system(Oregon/California/Mormon Pioneer/Pony Express) is the most accurate, falling somewhere between the 24K and 100K mapping standards. Still, these trails represent only an approximation of the centerline of the trails system and should be used only as a preliminary planning tool. Consultation with the appropriate Field Office will still be necessary for any specific project.
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GeoCommunicator is a website (www.geocommunicator.gov) for cadastral survey and land management information and data from the National Integrated Land System. The website provides for the distribution of the Public Land Survey System (PLSS), other survey-based data, and the federal surface management agency boundaries. Land and mineral use record information, mining claims, and conveyances from the BLM's LR2000 system can be accessed and mapped through geocommunicator.
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