U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND
MANAGEMENT

DISTURBANCE INVENTORY AND TRACKING TOOLS


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) have partnered to develop inventory, analysis, and monitoring tools to support various development and land use plans. This site provides a gateway to these BLM/USGS partnership efforts.



About User Help Contact
ABOUT
The BLM has partnered with the USGS in an effort to create a tool which inventories and monitors surface disturbances nationally. The goal is to track disturbance and reclamation efforts in support of several varying approaches to minimizing impacts and facilitating efficient development. The Surface Disturbance Analysis and Reclamation Tracking Tool (SDARTT) unifies several such efforts into a single location.

Within SDARTT there are state and field offices that have seperate Data Management Systems (DMS) because of office-specific reporting processes:

1. Jonah Incline (Wyoming)
2. Pinedale Anticline (Wyoming)
3. Green River (Utah)
4. White River (Colorado)
5. Wyoming DDCT
6. Montana DDCT

SDARTT ingests these seperate data management systems and includes them in the nation-wide disturbance and reclamation map. SDARTT allows data to be sorted from a variety of parameters and can be used to analyze and generate reports critical to ongoing monitoring efforts.
USER HELP MANUALS






*All user manuals can also be found on DMS homepages
CONTACT
Email:
sdartt@usgs.gov

Contact:
Jessica Sanow
jsanow@usgs.gov
970-226-9152
JIDMS/PADMS
Contacts:

Kellie Roadifer
kroadife@blm.gov
OR
Robert Hiller
rhiller@blm.gov
GRDMS Contact:

James Hereford
jherefor@blm.gov
WRDMS Contact:

Ryan Snyder
rlsnyder@blm.gov
RESOURCE DATABASES


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) have partnered to develop resource management techniques to support the DOI's goal of protecting lives, resources, property, and improving the health of landscapes and watersheds. This site provides a gateway to these BLM/USGS partnership efforts.