NIDIS, in partnership with NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, has launched a new map customization feature for Tribal Nations on the Drought.gov. This feature allows users to display reservation boundaries on any map on Drought.gov.
Users can display boundaries for the more than 300 reservations across the U.S. from the U.S. Census Bureau on any of the maps available on Drought.gov. By clicking the download icon in the top left corner of any interactive map on the website, any national map can become a local map, showing key drought and climate indicators—such as precipitation, evaporative demand, and soil moisture—for tribal lands across the United States. This provides a valuable tool for both drought monitoring and communications.
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