DEC's Environmental Navigator
What Can I Do With The Environmental Navigator?
The Environmental Navigator displays a series of interactive maps showing features of New York State's environment in their geographic context. More interactive maps will be added to the Navigator in the future. Using the navigator tools, you can click on the map to view features of interest in your area.
Important Tips for Navigator Users:
- Above is an index of links to Help Pages for Using The Environmental Navigator - read these pages before you start using Navigator. Click Navigator's Help button to return to the Help Page index at any time.
- The Back button on your browser's toolbar will not work when you are using the Navigator Map Window. To leave the Navigator Map Window, click on Navigator Home on the upper right of the screen.
- Environmental Navigator works with Netscape versions 4.5, 4.6 and 4.7 or IE versions 4, 5 and 6. It does not work with Netscape 6.0 and higher.
- Environmental Navigator uses frames. If your browser does not support frames, the Navigator will not work.
The Environmental Facilities interactive map shows the locations of the following types of DEC Regulated Facilities: superfund sites, significant SPDES discharge facilities, air emission sources, active solid waste management facilities, facilities discharging certain types of wastes, and major electric generation facilities, both existing and proposed. The existence of a site does not necessarily mean a health threat to those living in its vicinity, nor does it necessarily represent any environmental threat whatsoever. You can get additional information about regulated facilities from the contacts listed on About the Data.
The Mineral Resources interactive map provides graphical information on more than 32,000 wells and 2,500 mines across the State of New York regulated by the DEC.
The regulated activities mapped through Mineral Resources are existing locations subject to DEC regulatory control. The existence of a site does not necessarily mean a health threat to those living in it's vicinity, nor does it necessarily represent any environmental threat whatsoever. You can get additional information about regulated wells and mines from the contacts listed on About the Data.
If you have questions
Although we have tried to make this map as accurate and complete as possible, it is impossible for NYSDEC to guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information presented. If you have questions about any information you find on the Environmental Navigator, please check About the Data, which contains background information about the data sets used and links to contacts for each type of information.
Please send your feedback about how well this interactive map answers your questions, your comments on how it functions and what new maps you would like to see added to: Environmental Navigator Site Administrator.