Strategic Online Natural Resouces Information System
DNR has undergone a project to re-engineer and redesign its information systems for all offices of the department. Specifically, DNR has implemented Strategic Online Natural Resources Information System, SONRIS (pronounced Sunrise"). DNR uses its Administrative Web Server as the electronic access portal to information about DNR stored in static pages on the Administrative Web Server, and to dynamic SONRIS information available from other DNR Web servers. The public now has access via their Web browser to various tool sets within SONRIS: Data Access: retrieve oil and gas information, and coastal information, from the DNR Oracle database using sophisticated queries, and view pre-built reports such as the Conservation Scout Reports. Choose from either SONRIS "Classic", a robust form-based query capability, or SONRIS "Lite", an HTML-based capability designed for low-bandwidth users. Document Access: query and view millions of electronic document images, e.g., Office of Conservation oil/gas production cards and field orders, and Office of Mineral Resources lease records. GIS Access: retrieve information using interactive, geographically oriented, map capabilties, and select from a variety of layers of backgrounds.
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