SVCC Map Gallery
These are collections of static maps that may be of interest in the Upper Swan, collected from other collections developed inthe past or currently maintained by Missoula County and others. Typically these are smaller screen shot versions of the original maps. Unlike the dynamic web maps, you can only view these maps, not interact with them.
There are several image galleries for you to view to review map content and get ideas on the type of GIS data available and how it can be combined in maps. Most image galleries start with a thumbnail view with map descriptions to the right of the image. When you click on an image in the thumbnail view, the maps are displayed larger, one per page, with the descriptions below. Click the numbered icon boxes above each image to cycle between them in full screen view.
The PLACE maps are a bit different and view in full screen view when you click a thumbnail image.
Missoula County Practical Landscape Assessment for Conservation and Enhancement (PLACE) maps. For a program description of the PLACE maps, and larger 9mb downloads of the maps, go to the PLACE link on the SVCC links page.These maps cut the Swan Valley off at the county line. Our goal is to include the entire Swan Valley in maps that are made for the Community Council. Please review and comment on these maps assuming we will be able to acquire data to show the entire valley.This map gallery will look different than the others. The image descriptions are part of the map image itself. When you click on an image in the thumbnail view, the map and text will fill up your entire screen, so you can read the text. If the text is still too small you may be able to enlarge your browser window by holding the Control and Shift keys and hitting the + or - key. You can cycle through the maps by clicking the right or left arrows in this view. Click anywhere on the black background to return to the thumbnail view if you wish to make a comment or swwitch to a different gallery.
These are the maps in the current revision of the Swan Valley Community Profile report. Please provide comments on which maps to retain, what needs to be modified and replaced, different layers that might be added or dropped. We are also interested in your thoughts on how the map layers are combined, and any other aspect.