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BLM Technology Public Open House

You are invited to a BLM Public Open House to learn how to use the BLM's Land and Mineral Use Records systems including the National Integrated Land Systems' (NILS) GeoCommunicator, and BLM's Legacy Rehost LR2000. This Open House will benefit energy, title, utility, education, mining, planning, and environmental users. Live Demonstrations will be given on BLM's NILS GeoCommunicator and LR2000 systems, as well as a Question & Answer period and hand's-on practice and training from the experts!

What
  • Presentation
When Sep 28, 2006
from 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where BLM Colorado State Office, Lakewood, Colorado
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For a flyer to post at your office, please click here.
http://www.blm.gov/nils/Open_House_COSO_Fall2006.pdf


BLM Technology Public Open House
September 28, 2006
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Registration
Please send an email to rmckinne@blm.gov, or call 303-236-6555 to reserve
your spot!

BLM Colorado State Office
2850 Youngfield Street
Lakewood, Colorado, 80215
303-239-3600


NILS GeoCommunicator
GeoCommunicator is an Internet website that provides an interactive mapping
environment to search, access, map, and identify land and mineral use
records, and the downloading of Public Land Survey System (PLSS) data from
NILS including records from the BLM's LR2000 system.
Learn how to:
*Download PLSS data (Township/Range/Section grid).
*Map BLM land and mineral use authorizations (leases, agreements, permits,
licenses,etc.) for oil and gas, geothermal, coal, mineral material
disposal, rights-of-way, stipulations, conveyances, mining claims, and
more.
*Map use authorizations using a variety of  reference and base maps such as
topographic, aerial photography, federal lands, legal description
(T/R/S/Aliquot),  roads, and more.
*Search for use authorizations by serial number and case identifier or
additionallly by dates for oil and gas and mining claims.
*Link the use authorizations directly to LR2000 reports to get Serial
Register Reports and run Geographic Reports.
*Map grazing allotments and pastures - link allotments to grazing reports
from BLM's Range Authorization System.
*View federal surface management agency boundaries and U.S. Forest Service
sale parcels.
*Use GeoCommunicator map services within your own GIS.
*Print the maps that you have created.
*And much more!

LR2000
LR2000 is an Internet website that provides a searchable database for
public reports concerning BLM's land and mineral programs within the
Continental U.S. These reports include activities concerning unpatented
mining claims, permits, leases, licenses, conveyances, and other
authorizations for such things as mineral leasing, exploration and
development, rights-of-way, land conveyances, non-mineral leasing, parks,
grazing, etc.

Learn how to:
*Run reports from LR2000 such as serial register pages, geographic reports,
acreage reports and more.
*Run reports with a variety of search options such as date, land
description, serial number, etc.
*Run Customer reports
*And much more!


Click on the links to learn more:

Flyer of Open House:
http://www.blm.gov/nils/Open_House_COSO_Fall2006.pdf

Location Map for the BLM Colorado State Office:
http://www.co.blm.gov/csomap.htm

The link to the NILS web site is:
http://www.blm.gov/nils

The link to GeoCommunicator is:
http://www.geocommunicator.gov/

The link to LR2000 is:
http://www.blm.gov/lr2000

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