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This web map service (WMS) was published using ArcGIS Server v. 10.2 and is compliant with OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) version 1.3.0 specifications. This service provides dynamic, spatially referenced geographic information using data collected for the National Geothermal Data System (http://www.geothermaldata.org/). In addition to the WMS capabilities, this service was designed to be interoperable with both WFS (Web Feature Services) as well as KML (Keyhole Markup Language). The WFS capabilities allow the client to query, make additions and/or modifications to an existing dataset. WFS can be utilized through the interoperability extension in ArcCatalog. For more information on using the ArcGIS data interoperability extension visit http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/extensions/datainteroperability/common-questions.html. A KML service allows the client to view an image of the data in three dimensions, using free software available for download on the internet such as ArcGIS Explorer or Google Earth. For more information on OGC specifications, visit http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards.
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This layer contains data describing thermal springs in the state of Arizona, obtained by the AASG for the Geothermal Data Project. The data table includes general information on the location of the springs, temperature of the fluid, flow volumes, location uncertainty and remarks. Citations are included in the dataset. The ThermalSpringURI for a particular thermal spring is the cross-referencing link (foreign key) used to associate the spring with any other web based information on that specific feature. The data is displayed using a temperature gradient color scheme ramping from green (cool) to red (hot). Layer files containing the symbology for these data layers can be found in the USGIN repository at http://repository.usgin.org/uri_gin/usgin/dlio/206. The original data and metadata can be viewed or downloaded from the USGIN Repository at http://repository.stategeothermaldata.org/repository/resource/90e5aa8a743c04160c055efb026ccad4/.
Arizona Geological Survey
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Spatial Reference: 4326
Spatial Reference: 4326
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Author: Arizona Geological Survey
Subject: Thermal Spring Temperature Observations for the State of Arizona
Keywords: hydrogeology,water resources,hydrologic data,hot spring,groundwater,geothermal
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