MARPLOT

MARPLOT is a mapping program developed jointly by NOAA and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and it runs on both Windows and Mac computers. Download MARPLOT from the EPA CAMEO site.

With MARPLOT's easy-to-use GIS interface you can add your own objects (symbols, rectangles, circles, polylines, and polygons) to maps, as well as view and edit data associated with those objects. You can choose between several basemaps for the background image, and you can customize your map further with annotations and online Web Mapping Service (WMS) layers. You can also interact with the map in other ways, such as getting population estimates within an area.

As part of the CAMEO software suite, MARPLOT can be used with other programs in the suite: you can link map objects to the CAMEOfm database program and easily display ALOHA threat zones. However, MARPLOT can also be run by itself as a general mapping program.

On this sample map, a symbol object has been drawn on the map to show a derailed tank car, and an ALOHA threat zone estimate is showing where the chemical might travel downwind if the tank car ruptures. The toolbar and panel surround the map, giving users easy access to tools and menus.
On this sample map, a symbol object has been drawn on the map to show a derailed tank car, and an ALOHA threat zone estimate is showing where the chemical might travel downwind if the tank car ruptures. The toolbar and panel surround the map, giving users easy access to tools and menus.

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