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Organization

Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Land Management
http://www.blm.gov/
director@blm.gov

Location
Main Interior Building
1849 C Street NW
Washington , DC 20240
USA
Parent Organization: United States Department of the Interior
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This dataset depicts the cooperative interagency 1:24,000 scale land ownership status for the State of Utah. Administrative ownership polygons are updated by The State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) and the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Salt Lake City office on a regular basis. Revisions are posted monthly. This data was originally digitized for the 1993 U. S. Fish and Wildlife Utah GAP Analysis project by the Remote Sensing and GIS Laboratories, Department of Geography and Earth Resources, Utah State University (RSGIS/USU). Maintenance of this data layer is performed by a cooperative federal and state effort. The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration...
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This theme is polygon data that depicts two types of development for the state of Wyoming. The first is existing development and the second are habitats where there is a high likelihood that development will occur in the near future. We considered development of oil, gas and coal bed methane, mining of minerals (trona, uranimum, coal, and bentonite), urban expansion. Other infrastructure activities such as roads, highways, fiberoptic lines, processing plants, pipelines, other facilities, and various combinations of development that were believed to impact sage-grouse were recorded. Information sources and assessment processes varied depending on data available and resource specialist participation for areas within...
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A 30 meter integer grid representing ecosystem resilience and resistance in sagebrush habitat. “Resilience” and “resistance” to rangeland fire is the basis of the Fire and Invasive Assessment Tool (FIAT) analysis project. In simple terms, “resilience” is the ability of an area to recover from a disturbance, such as wildfire or drought. “Resistance” is the ability of an area of land to remain largely unchanged in the face of stress, disturbance, or invasive species. A resilient, resistant landscape will have integrity and be less susceptible to conversion to invasive annual grasses and landscape-scale, high-intensity fires and their effects. This raster was derived from the unique combinations of two datasets. The...
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