MapCollaborator is GreenInfo Network's online tool for creating and improving GIS data. Use MapCollaborator like a wiki - make edits, post notes and even upload your own data sets (these overlay but don't actually change the base data).
Try out this Demonstration Edition of MapCollaborator on protected areas data for California. GreenInfo Network can create other Editions of MapCollaborator with custom data and functions. Contact us at email@example.com to learn more and download our factsheet. (1.9mb, PDF)
To get started, choose lands using the actions below or zoom in using the map tools, then add notes or edit shapes.
Choose a location by using the zoom tools on the map, OR search by:
Navigate to desired location and click Start to place a note on the map. Click Clear to start over. Fill in the form and Save.Save
Navigate to desired location and click Start to draw a recommended new holding outline on the map. Click Clear to start over. To re-shape it, grab vertex points and move to correct position. Fill in the form and Save.Save
Click start, then click a holding on the map. To re-shape it, grab vertex points and move to correct position, then modify attributes below, if needed - or just modify the attributes. Fill in rest of form and Save.CancelSave
You can upload an ESRI Shapefile or a KML file of your holdings and see it on the map. For Shapefiles, you must first compress them into one .zip file, and be sure to include a .prj file.
Browse your computer to select your .zip or .kml file, then click "Show on Map" to upload and display on the map.