|Map Sites in Town is for mapping all coastal access sites in a town. First choose a town to map. Then use the Zoom In tool to zoom the map in for more detail. Finally, use the Site Info tool for more information about a particular site on the map. Go to Map Tools Help for help using these and other map tools.|
Figure 1. Choose a town.
|1||Select a blue town on the map (see Figure 1.).|
|2||Select a town from the list and press the Go button (see Figure 1.).|
Figure 2. Map of sites in Madison, Connecticut.
|In Figure 2. above, Madison was selected from the list of coastal towns so a map of sites in (and around) Madison appears. The brown squares on the map are coastal access sites.|
|3||The Zoom In tool (see Figure 2.) is outlined in red, indicating that it is the current map tool. Select the map along the Madison shore to zoom in more.|
Figure 3. Site Info tool.
|4||Select the Site Info tool (see Figure 3.).|
|5||Select a coastal access site on the map. Carefully position the mouse pointer over a site and press the mouse button to select the site (see Figure 3.).|
Figure 4. Site selected with the Site Info tool.
|In Figure 4. above, Hammonasset Beach State Park is now selected. Notice the map symbol for this site changed from to , and the name of the site and the town in which it is located appear above the map.|
Figure 5. Select the Describe Site or Map Site tab.
|6||Select the Describe Site tab (see Figure 5.) to describe Hammonasset Beach State Park.|
| ||Go to Describe Site Help for additional instructions.|
|7||Select the Map Site tab (see Figure 5.) to re-center map on Hammonasset Beach State Park.|
| ||Go to Map Site Help for additional instructions.|