- 森林サービス オープン データ マップは、6 月の発売以来ほぼ 200000 ビューを集めてください。|Forest Service Open Data Map Garners Nearly 200000 Views Since June Launch
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The U.S. Forest Service’s Visitor Map 2.0, an open data platform informing people what services national forests have to offer, received 22,000 unique page views during the month of February. The platform, which encompasses every forest in the national forest system, contains information on roads, trails, and recreation sites. People can use it to research what trails can accommodate their horses or dirt bikes and what areas are handicapped accessible. The recreation sites portion of the platform contains information on fishing, picnicking sites, and nature viewing points. The map also contains boundary information for wilderness areas. Monument information will be added to Visitor Map 2.0 soon, according to Donavan Albert, national Web manager at the Forest Service.