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Title: Geographic Information Systems at the Texas General Land Office


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GEOGRAPHICINFORMATIONSYSTEMS
Texas General Land OfficeJerry Patterson,
Commissioner
www.glo.texas.gov
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office 2013
History of Geographic Information Systems at the
General Land Office
  • In 1991 the Oil Spill Prevention Act, OSPRA, was
    passed by the Texas Legislature to protect
    coastal waters and natural resources. The
    funding from this legislation enabled the agency
    to begin purchasing GIS Software to be used
    develop data for oil spill contingency planning
    and response.
  • With the continual evolution of GIS software
    technology GIS applications have expanded to
    other business areas within the GLO.
  • Currently the GLO provides GIS data and
    applications to users throughout the agency via
    the Intranet.
  • Along with the internal GIS applications the
    agency also has GIS applications running on the
    Internet that provide customers access to GLO
    leases, permits and other records.

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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
Enterprise GIS System
Oil Spill Response
Surveying
Energy Resources
Professional Services
GIS
Coastal Resource Management
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
PROFESSIONALSERVICES GIS Customers
Coastal Leasing
Uplands Leasing
ASSET INSPECTION GIS
Field Office Operations
Appraisal
Public Inquiries
Legal
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GIS Data Development
  • Coastal Cabin Project GIS mapping of permitted
    Coastal Cabins on Texas barrier Islands.
  • Lease Monitoring and Enforcement - Locate all
    unauthorized structures and activities on state
    land. Monitor authorized structures and
    activities to ensure compliance with lease
    agreements.
  • Coastal Permitting - GIS mapping of all
    coastal piers, pipeline and oil and gas platforms
    in Texas Coastal waters.
  • High Resolution Photography Acquisition Project
    Acquiring and managing high resolution
    photography of state lands to support lease
    management and to incorporate into ArcGIS Server
    Applications.

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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
Internet Application GISWEB
Electricity Marketing
ENERGY RESOURCES GIS Customers
Mineral Evaluations and LeaseSales
Public Inquiries
MINERAL MAPS GIS
Royalty Audit Collections
Lease Well Tracking Program
Field Inspections
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
ENERGY RESOURCES GISData Develop Applications
  • Units Layer - Data set for the cataloging of all
    Oil and Gas units.
  • Nominations Layer - Data set to track all
    nominations received for the current leasing
    cycle.
  • Uplands Lease Layer - Data set for the
    cataloging of all the upland Oil and Gas leases.
  • GISWEB Viewer - An ArcGIS Server Flex
    application that is a GIS viewer that allows you
    to view State submerged lands grid, oil and gas
    leases, oil and gas units, and nominations layer.

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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
Spill Response Planning Teams
Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA)
Spill Response Inspection Officers
OIL SPILL COASTAL RESOURCES GIS Support
Texas Sediment Project
COASTAL GIS
GIS Software Training Support
GIS Data Distributionto Public
Beach and Dune Protection
Mgmt. of CorporateGIS Spatial Database
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
OIL SPILL COASTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GIS Data
Development Applications
  • ESI Project Environmental Sensitivity Index
    (ESI) layer for the entire Texas Coast.
  • Habitat Priority Protection (HPP) Project
    Coordinated a joint effort with TPWD to develop a
    spatial data set containing locations of critical
    biological habitat and other priority areas to be
    used in oil spill/emergency response and
    contingency planning in coastal bayous and
    estuaries.
  • Oil Spill Planning and Response Atlas -
    Developed an upper and a lower Texas Gulf coast
    atlas. Created to aid spill responders in
    planning and response judgments and will be made
    available in hardcopy and CD-ROM versions.
  • ArcGIS Server Application- Currently in a
    development stage building a viewer to access all
    of the Coastal Oil Spill Response layers.
    Application will assist response team in planning
    and clean-up of Oil Spills within Texas Coastal
    Waters.
  • Texas Coastal Sediment Viewer - The Texas Coastal
    Sediments Geodatabase (TxSed) is sediment related
    geospatial and geotechnical data.  TxSed can be
    used to assist in identifying compatible sediment
    resources for proposed beach nourishment or
    habitat restoration projects, and can be used as
    an aid in the permitting/regulatory processes for
    such projects.

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Geographic Information Systems Texas General
Land Office
Asset Management
Energy
SURVEYING GIS
Asset Inspection
SURVEYING GIS
Surveyors
Customers
Executive
Appraisal
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Geographic Information SystemsTexas General Land
Office
SURVEYING GIS Data Development
  • Submerged OTLS - Maintain the accuracy of the
    Submerged OTLS Edit, update, verify, digitize
    and calculate tract boundaries and attributes as
    requested. State-owned submerged tracts currently
    are being updated based on hardcopy
    topographical maps that have been compiled and
    edited by GLO Surveying staff.
  • Pipeline Data Layers - Five pipeline data
    layers, one for each zone, are being edited for
    accuracy. Miscellaneous easement numbers are
    being added to the pipeline layers.
  • Prepare Survey Plats - Prepare Survey Plats from
    field notes. The completed Survey plats are filed
    with the GLO and/or appropriate governing
    entities. Lastly, the survey plats are converted
    from AutoCad to Arc/Info and put into the GIS
    spatial database.
  • Custom Maps - Prepare custom maps for the public
    and other GLO program areas.

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Geographic Information Systems Texas General
Land Office
INFORMATION SYSTEMS B.A.S/GIS
Information Systems GIS
Customers
Energy Resources
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Geographic Information Systems Texas General
Land Office
INFORMATION SYSTEMS/B.A.S/GIS GIS APPICATIONS
  • GISWEB Application
  • Purpose - Provide GLO staff with easy access to
    spatial information to assist GLO Land Management
    Teams in decisions concerning revenue-generating
    opportunities from School Land Fee and
    mineral-classified lands. Disseminate
    information housed at the GLO to the public.
  • New ArcGIS Server Intranet Application-
    Recently deployed ArcGIS Server Flex application
    to view Permanent School Fund Trust Lands (PSF)
    Oil and Gas and Surface Lease information. Other
    applications include Oil Spill Response, Coastal
    Sediments, Beachwatch and the Community
    Development Block Grant Viewer.
  • Training Help Support - The IS/B.A.S/GIS group
    provides GISWeb application training support to
    both internal and external users.
  • Benefits -
  • Provide agency-wide access to GIS data through
    internet browser giving access to valuable data
    to assist users on daily bases with their
    decision making.
  • Facilitates collaboration between Austin home
    office and GLO field offices that would not
    otherwise be possible.
  • Disseminate information to the public that
    otherwise would have to provided directly by GLO
    staff.

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GIS at the General Land Office
  • What I really like todo is!

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GIS at the General Land Office
  • We have come a long way from this!

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GIS at the General Land Office
  • To what we have now to access and utilize GIS
    technology to assist us with our work!

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GIS at the General Land Office
  • Why do we need a GIS system to assist in managing
    the Permanent School Fund Lands?

Permanent School Fund Lands Submerged and Upland
Total Acreage Submerged PSF acreage by land
type 01 31,528 acres 02 1,457,862
acres 03 2,442,415 acres 05 58,940
acres 06 3,039 acres 13
27,796 acres 15 40,000 acres Total
4,021,620 acres or 6,284 sq. mi. Uplands PSF
acreage Total 8,391,489 acres or 13,112 sq.
mi. Total PSF Inventory 12,413,109 acres. Total
Permanent University Fund Lands 2,104,772 acres
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TEXAS SCHOOL TRUST LANDSFY 2013 Ending August
31, 2013
  • TEXAS SCHOOL TRUST LANDS
  • FY 2013 Ending August 31, 2013
  •  When Texas entered the Union as a state in 1845,
    Texas retained all of its public lands. In 1873,
    the Texas Legislature set aside one-half of the
    remaining public domain to benefit public
    schools. The Texas Permanent School Fund was
    created with a 2 million appropriation by the
    Texas Legislature in 1854, expressly to benefit
    public schools in Texas. The Permanent School
    Fund consists of all land and all revenues
    derived from the land or other properties
    appropriated for the support of public schools.
    Today, the Texas General Land Office (GLO)
    manages over 12 million acres of school mineral
    rights and almost 1 million school surface acres.
    Most of the lands are scattered in the western
    part of Texas near El Paso. Here is what was
    earned for schools last year
  •  
  • Oil and gas generated 379,096,853 in FY 2013,
    surface uses added 10 million, minerals another
    1 million and 74 million from other revenue
    sources. Texas has 10.35 miles out from shore as
    their seaward boundary. All revenue from these
    shoreline submerged lands also goes to schools.
  • How does this revenue get to schools and benefit
    students? The portion of the Permanent School
    Fund comprised of revenue prior to 2007 and
    transfers from the GLO after 2007 is invested by
    the Texas Education Agency. The investments
    generated 1 billion in FY 2013 that was
    distributed to local school districts on a
    per-pupil basis. Beginning 2007 under the
    direction of the Land Commissioner, the General
    Land Office invests the revenue from minerals,
    farming, grazing, and various other endeavors
    that are deposited into the Real Estate

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TEXAS SCHOOL TRUST LANDSFY 2013 Ending August
31, 2013
  • Special Fund Account (RESFA). This invested
    revenue is also part of the Permanent School Fund
    and in FY2013 returned 250 million to the Texas
    Education Agency portion of the PSF and 300
    million to schools.
  • So for every dollar made in FY2013 from the lands
    by the GLO, here is where the dollar went  
  • Management Expenses 3
  • RESFA 97
  •  States like Texas that invest all of their
    revenue in their school fund have more money to
    support schools, just as people who save have
    more money than those who spend. Prudent
    investments, compounded over time, generate
    greater returns for schools. The Texas Permanent
    School Fund is the largest school trust fund in
    the nation, and the second largest educational
    endowment. The portion of the fund invested by
    the Texas Education Agency has grown to 27.3
    billion. The portion of the Real Estate Special
    Fund Account (RESFA) invested by the General Land
    Office has grown to 3.3 billion. The TEA
    returned 10.16 total return from their
    investments and GLO returned 4.96. Because of
    the careful management and investment of the
    funds within both parts of the Permanent School
    Fund, 1.3 billion was distributed directly to
    schools with 1 billion from the TEA and 300
    million from the GLO.























  • Various states use trust funding differently.
    Wisconsin funds school libraries, Washington and
    Colorado build schools in rural parts of the
    state, Arizona funds classroom needs, Minnesota
    and South Dakota send much needed additional
    funding directly to each local school district,
    and Utah allows parents, teachers, and the
    principal elected in every school to develop
    programs to improve academic performance. All
    other states put the investment distribution to
    schools into the overall education funding pot,
    usually supplanting other revenue with that from
    the childrens trust.
  •  
  • FOR A MAP INFO ON TEXAS, PLEASE VISIT
    CHILDRENSLANDALLIANCE.ORG
  • GO TO STATES AND CLICK ON TEXAS

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GIS at the General Land Office
  • GISWEB page and demo of GIS desktop
  • applications!
  • http//www.glo.texas.gov/GLO/agency-administration
    /gis/index.html
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