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NJ-GeoWeb Users of this application can locate areas of interest, view and interact with NJDEP's GIS data, and query related environmental information. NJ-GeoWeb presents users with a suite of customized profiles to choose from, where users can work within a more tailored application that includes specific datasets, tools, searches, and reports developed to address the interests of the general public, targeted groups of users, and the regulated community.
ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online connects maps, apps, data, and people so you can make smarter, faster decisions. It gives everyone in your organization the ability to discover, use, make, and share maps from any device, anywhere, anytime.
Barnegat Bay Address the ecological health of the 660-square-mile Barnegat Bay watershed. The Administration has been aggressively implementing that plan including progress in scientific research, water quality monitoring and analysis, and implementation of stewardship projects, to storm water management efforts and purchasing of important lands for open space protection. Super Storm Sandy, however, further challenged this already impacted estuary.
Barnegat Bay
Boater Map
Barnegat Bay is a home for plants, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, birds, other types of wildlife and people. Salt marshes and submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV), such as eelgrass, provide nurseries, shelter and feeding grounds for wildlife. This shallow tidal water system is also a playground for recreational activities, such as boating. Motorboat propellers crossing through SAV beds can cut SAV leaves, scar SAV beds, and harm marine life.
Deer Hunting Location Map Identify your hunting location information with the Deer Hunting Location Viewer. Hunters are encouraged to use the viewer to obtain the information necessary to report a deer with the Automated Harvest Report System (AHRS) and help Fish and Wildlife's deer management efforts.
Wreck Pond Wreck Pond is a coastal lake in Monmouth County that flourished with recreational activities such as fishing, crabbing, sailing, rowing, swimming and rafting in the 1960s. Over the past several decades, recreational activities have been limited to occasional crabbing due to water pollution from stormwater runoff and the filling in of the lake from sedimentation. When it rains this degraded water flows into nearby Spring Lake and Sea Girt beaches causing beach closings.

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