Neighborhood Change in Connecticut, 1934 to Present
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Attention ArcGIS and other GIS software users! The 1934 Aerial Photography layer is available via MAGIC's WMS.
Search any Connecticut address to compare aerial imagery from two time periods, side by side. Our default map displays 1934 versus the current satellite view (with additional layers from the 1950s, 1970s, and 1990s to come). For example, view the influence of post-war interstate highway development on urban neighborhoods (such as the I-84 exchange in Hartford’s Parkville neighborhood), or suburban commercial and residential development on formerly rural farmland (such as WestFarms Mall in Farmington/West Hartford).
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1934 Connecticut Aerial Photography provided by the Connecticut State Library
2006, 2004, 1990, 2009 CRCOG, 2008 Urban Areas, 2005 Coastal Infrared, 2004 Coastal, and 2004 Coastal Infrared imagery provided by the Connecticut Ecological Conditions Online (CT ECO) Web Map Services
Aerial Photography Imagery Provided by the following map services
APA 6th Edition
University of Connecticut Libraries Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC. (2012).Neighborhood Change in Connecticut, 1934 to Present. Retrieved from http://magic.lib.uconn.edu/otl/dualcontrol_aerialchange.html.
Chicago 16th edition [author-date]
University of Connecticut Libraries Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC. 2012. "Neighborhood Change in Connecticut, 1934 to Present." Accessed
June 19. http://magic.lib.uconn.edu/otl/dualcontrol_aerialchange.html.
MLA 7th edition
"Neighborhood Change in Connecticut, 1934 to Present." University of Connecticut Libraries Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC . Web. 19 Jun. 2012. <http://magic.lib.uconn.edu/otl/dualcontrol_aerialchange.html>.
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