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PART I Recreation Area Mapping Exercise These presentation slides taken from the Mapping Exercise Slides. 05Oct09

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VERS Modernization Recreation Area and Traffic Meter Evaluation Exercise Mapping Exercise Slides Mapping Quick Reference Slides

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Purpose of Mapping Exercise Produce a commented on guide of every diversion territory that plainly and unambiguously demonstrates amusement range format, guest access focuses, and the appearance checking set up. Maps will be utilized as a part of mix with information from the worksheets to: Assess activity appearance observing set up and sufficiency of movement meter areas at every entertainment territory. Recognize alternatives for acquiring appearance connected with changed suppliers ( i.e., Corps-oversaw versus marina-if appearance) Identify circumstances on the diversion that that may influence load-variables. Help in arranging appearance studies.

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Procedure Download and open the Mapping Exercise Slides . Download and open-or-print Mapping Quick Reference Slides. Use instructional exercise and case slides for reference. After last slide, make extra PowerPoint slides containing commented on maps of your diversion ranges. Whenever completed, erase the instructional exercise and illustration slides from document, and spare diversion territory maps of your undertaking. Send finished PowerPoint maps to ERDC.

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Project Name : Table Rock Lake Area Name : Eagle Rock ANRMS Code No : 006 Access Configuration: D Street Map View Eagle Rock Marina Satellite Photo View Example Of A Finished Map Standard Parts: Annotated road guide of diversion region (Required) Supplemental airborne or satellite photograph of amusement region indicating highlights not obvious on road guide, for example, marinas (As required). Title box with four standard bits of data (Required).

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you will probably deliver a commented on guide of each assigned amusement region that unmistakably and unambiguously demonstrates the diversion region design, guest access focuses, and movement checking set up. Every Map Must Show: Recreation region limit. "Amusement destinations" including the diversion zone, where they happen. Access streets into or out of the amusement range. Area of gatehouse (expense corner). Areas and names of all movement meters. Areas of managerial offices, guest focus, marinas, resorts, and different sorts of offices affecting sorts of guests and activity through the region. As required, content notes depicting circumstances or conditions that may influence appearance checking (i.e., wellsprings of non-guest activity routinely disregarding movement meter, and so on). Title box containing: Name of Project Name of Recreation Area Recreation Area ANRMS No. (from WebVERS) Access setup of entertainment zone Exactly like this (illustration): Project Name : Table Rock Lake Area Name : Eagle Rock ANRMS Code No : 006 Access Configuration: D

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External Information You Will Need For Identifying Recreation Areas and Constructing Title Box From WebVERS Monthly Meter Reading Report List of assigned diversion regions Name of every activity meter Recreation range ANRMS code number0

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Sample Monthly Meter Reading Report Traffic Meter Name Recreation Area Name (ANRMS codes 0-799 just) Area ANRMS Code No. (Note that ANRMS segment heading is misidentified in this report)

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What is a diversion zone? Known by various terms-not as a matter of course indistinguishable "Created amusement territory"- in VERS manual " Park", "Day-use range", "Campground", "Marina", "Shoreline", "Access Point" and so on in entertainment leaflets, on Corps sites, in Rec.gov, and in casual utilization. "Assigned zone " - zones in WebVERS with an ANRMS code of 0-799 "Amusement PSA"- in OMBIL. Some entertainment ranges might be recognized in OMBIL as one of a few other Area Types For this work out, a diversion territory is a Project-Site-Area (PSA) as it is characterized in OMBIL!!! Splitters: tend to separate a diversion range into different PSA\'s. Lumpers: tend to consolidate separate diversion ranges into a solitary PSA.

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Steps in setting up an entertainment territory (PSA) map 1. Get an appropriate base map(s) of diversion zone. 2. Recognize limits of amusement range and "entertainment locales" containing the zone. 3. Complete out the guide by adding highlights expected to show amusement region design, guest access focuses, and appearance checking setup. ___________________________ Step 1. Acquiring Base Maps Of Recreation Areas

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Base Map Sources: Maps created from your venture GIS database. JPG them for use here. Printed versions of existing amusement range maps. Output and JPG for use here. Screen catches of satellite symbolism and/or map pictures that are publically accessible on the web or internet. For most ventures, this might be simplest to do and will give the best result to the motivation behind reporting entertainment region limits and street access designs. Proposed web sources : Depending on the task one of these may demonstrate entertainment region limits, streets, and so on superior to anything another. Google Maps: Go to Google web crawler at www.google.com and snap on maps alternative. Bing Maps (was Microsoft Maps Live): Access intelligently online at http://www.bing.com/maps/Google Earth: Licensed variant of Google Earth Pro for Corps of Engineers work force is accessible for download at https://corpsglobe.usace.army.mil . Critical Notes: For some anticipates, each of the three guide sources will have comparable or indistinguishable data. At different tasks, one of the sources may better show park limits, have higher determination satellite photographs, or more road point of interest, including streets inside diversion zones. We prescribe that you assess each of the three guide sources before selecting the best one(s) for use at your task. It will regularly be helpful to show two maps of the same territory. A satellite perspective will regularly demonstrate areas of unmapped streets and different components of interest, for example, marina offices. A guide view, missing the photographic subtle element , may demonstrate park limits and mapped streets all the more plainly. You can mouse click between ethereal symbolism and guide sees with Google Maps and Microsoft Maps Live Search.

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Screen Capturing a Base Map XP Operating System: With guide showed on PC screen, discourage "Alt" and "PrtScn" keys at same time to place whole screen picture into the clipboard. Go to PowerPoint and on a clear slide, and glue picture from clipboard. To lessen stockpiling size of guide picture, right tap on picture, select "Recovery As Picture" and duplicate some place to hard drive as jpg document. At that point embed back onto a PowerPoint slide, supplanting the picture you embedded from the clipboard. Crop jpg picture to demonstrate sought range of guide. Full Screen Image catch Use Format choices for Final edited picture trimming and measuring map. demonstrated developed For procurement: Corel Paint Shop Pro at http://www.paintshoppro.com/is a decent, simple to utilize picture and picture administration device that has numerous employments. Vital Notes: 1. Embeddings maps that have been changed over to jpg documents will guarantee that the whole PowerPoint record remains reasonably little. Utilizing maps that are replicated to the clipboard then glued into in PowerPoint is more helpful, yet may deliver a PowerPoint document that is superfluously and unmanageable vast. 2. It will some of the time be helpful to show two pictures of the same region on the same slide. An airborne photograph picture may indicate areas of unmapped streets and different components of interest, for example, marina offices. A guide without the photographic point of interest may indicate park limits and streets all the more obviously.

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JPEG Your Base Maps Either Before or After Copying Them onto a PowerPoint Slide ! Why Imported and screen-caught base maps can be 2-5 MB each. Excessively numerous maps of this size make the general PowerPoint record unmanageably vast. Compacting base maps to JPEG or comparable configuration can lessen general size of PowerPoint document by 90%. How ( after a screen catch has been glued to PowerPoint) Replace screen duplicated base guide with JPEG picture of base guide. At that point complete "Recovery As Picture" screen. Right tap on base guide picture. Make sure to choose "JPEG record exchange group" picture sort. Select "Recovery as picture" from menu that shows up on screen.

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Traffic meter name Sizing Base Maps: Show a percentage of the territory encompassing the amusement range. Along these lines: Not This Way: Access examples and activity meter setup must be assessed if the whole amusement zone and a portion of the encompassing territory is appeared on the base guide. A much bigger encompassing territory may should be appeared if the movement meter is situated on an open roadway well outside the amusement region.

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Map Scale Vs Road Detail Choose a scale that shows streets plainly!!! This little scale guide of a substantial diversion region is advantageous to make, yet does not demonstrate street detail obviously. At this scale, the guide recommends an extra get to point from the interstate, that does not, actually, exist. This bigger scale map demonstrates street detail all the more plainly. At this scale, plainly the circled stretch of park street has no entrance to the thruway.

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Map Scale Vs Road Detail If required, you can overlay screen catches of various parts of the entertainment zone that are each caught at a sufficiently huge scale to demonstrate a satisfactory level of street point of interest. Here, two separate screen catches of the upper and lower parts of a

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