Trinity River Information Management System
The Trinity River Information Management System (TRIMS), developed through the Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, in conjuction with the Trinity River Authority, is designed to address the need for local stakeholders to easily access and use spatially explicit data for making land use decisions in the Trinity River Basin. TRIMS provides landowners, local stakeholder organizations, and the general public with an outreach and planning tool for supporting land conservation and habitat restoration decisions in the Trinity River Basin.
TRIMS provides data access and baseline support for projects designed to address water quality, hydrology, floodplain management, wetland restoration, bottomland hardwood establishment, and wildlife habitat management. TRIMS supports the Trinity River Initiative.
Features that can be accessed through this system include:
• Measures area (i.e pastures/land or fence lines)
• View multiple data layers for areas of interest
• View recent aerial photographs at 1 meter resolution
• Produce printable maps
• Access to specific tasks for natural resource planning
• Access USGS live stream gauge data
• Access elevation data
• Access conservation planning data
TRIMS can be accessed at trims.tamu.edu.
You can view some features and functions of TRIMS in our slideshow below.
TRIMS Features from Trinity Waters
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