This soil mapping application displays interactive national maps of soil series extents based on the land area of mapped soils. The information presented has been created from a snapshot of data extracted from the Soil Data Mart and Soil Classification File Database. Due to the update interval and certain assumptions made when assembling the data, these maps are suited for general information exploration and not intended for site-specific investigations. Questions concerning detailed local soil resources should be directed to your local Natural Resources Conservation Service.
This dataset represents soils of Wyoming at 1:100,000- scale. The layer contains 350 separate soils descriptions across 23 Wyoming counties. The layer was compiled based on the five-factor soil forming model using digital surficial geology, bedrock geology, and elevation. This dataset will be more fully documented in 23 AES publications scheduled for completion in winter of 99/00. These publications will use the designation AES Bulletin B-1071 followed by a two letter abreviation for each county.
This data set represents public land grazing areas (allotments) broken down to the pasture level as administered by the Bureau of Land Management, Worland Field Office, Wyoming.
This dataset presents grazing allotments (from BLM and USFS) within the context of current and near-term terrestrial intactness and long-term potential for energy development and potential for climate change (4KM reporting units). Current terrestrial intactness is based on current measures of landscape development, fire regime and vegetation impacts, and fragmentation. Near-term intactness includes estimates of urban growth and expansion of invasive vegetation. Long-term potential for energy development is based on areas of potential for wind, solar, and petroleum development derived from multiple sources. Long-term potential for climate change is based on absolute changes in runoff, precipitation, temperature,...
This is Arizona Bureau of Land Management (BLM) statewide grazing allotment data. This polygon feature class depicts the boundaries of the livestock grazing allotments located within the Arizona BLM, Arizona, USA. Each allotment has one or more pastures. In some cases, this layer identifies the BLM managed public land or other land associated with specific grazing allotments administered by the local BLM field office. Boundaries may be fences, arbitrary lines, or natural barriers. Agency management of polygons within this feature class is not specific to BLM; other agencies are also included.
Regional range allotment coverage of Region 2, Rocky Mountain Region, USDA Forest Service. The regional coverage reflects the range allotment data from each of the National Forests and Grasslands within the region. The regional allotment coverage was compiled by the Regional Office's Geospatial Services office by using the range allotment data provided by the Forests/Grasslands within the region, joining the infra view (II_RGE_RMU_V) to the spatial data based on the control number (cn) or allotment identifier (based on a specific adminstrative organization identifier). The Forest/Grassland data were exported to individual shapefiles. All the attribute tables were edited to contain the same items. All of the shapefiles...
Agriculture and Urban land uses were extracted from Landfire VCC and urban areas were mosaiced with TIGER roads to determine the percentage of those land uses with the riparian corridor.
Agricultural areas were extracted from state vegetation mapping and their location was compared to location of identified breeding bird density (75%) areas. Breeding bird density areas were mapped by Doherty et al. 2010.16 - 32 % agriculture = moderate> 32 % agriculture = low quality
Zonal statistic was used to determine the percentage of Level 2 large Intact Blocks in a grazing allotment.
U.S. Counties (Generalized) represents the counties of the United States in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. These data were reprojected to USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic_USGS_version and clipped to the MAR REA boundary.
Rangeland health was extracted from the results of the USGS review of BLM's rangeland standards for grazing allotments. This information is shown for grazing allotments within Wild Horse and Burro Herd Areas.
This simple assessment raster is used to answer management questions (MQs) about where change agents (CAs) overlap with BLM Herd Management Areas (HMAs) in the Central Great Basin and Range Ecoregion. This is a basic footprint assessment of anthropogenic features (urban development, roads, etc) intersect with areas managed for wild horses and burros in the western US. It does not model actual response or condition of the HMAs to the CAs. The data intersects two primary classes of information: The CAs consist of 19 classes which represent different types of human infrastructure on the landscape. Some types are easily defined, precise footprints (pipelines, roads, energy development areas) while others are broader...
This simple assessment raster is used to answer management questions (MQs) about which grazing allotments (GAs) will experience significant climate change in the near future scenario in the Mojave Basin and Range Ecoregion. This is a basic intersect of areas that will likely experience significant climate change effects with the areas of public land that are leased to private entities for grazing by livestock. It does not model actual response or condition of the GAs to climate change. Nearly all GAs in the ecoregion will experience significant effects according to the criteria that were selected. The climate space trends data layer was used to ascertain areas of significant climate changes. Cells that represent...
This simple assessment raster is used to answer management questions (MQs) about which herd management areas (HMAs) will experience significant climate change in the near future scenario in the Mojave Basin and Range Ecoregion. This is a basic intersect of areas that will likely experience significant climate change effects with the areas of public land that managed for wild herds of horses and/or burros. It does not model actual response or condition of the HMAs to climate change. Nearly all HMAs in the ecoregion will experience significant effects according to the criteria that were selected. The climate space trends data layer was used to ascertain areas of significant climate changes. Cells that represent Near...
This data set consists of a detailed digital map of the areal extent of fields and a summary of the irrigated acreage for the 2018 growing season developed for Manatee County, Florida. Selected attribute data that include crop type, irrigation system, and primary water source were collected for each irrigated field.
GeoCommunicator is a website and ESRI Image Mapping Service (IMS) (www.geocommunicator.gov) for cadastral survey and land management information and data from the National Integrated Land System. The website provides distribution of Public Land Survey System (PLSS), other survey-based data, and the federal surface management agency boundaries. Land and mineral use record information, mining claims, and conveyances from the BLM's LR2000 system can be accessed and mapped through the geocommunicator IMS.
This data represents grazing allotment boundaries managed by the BLM. Allotments are permitted use areas for public grazing of cattle, sheep and horses. Allotments can be a mixture of different surface ownerships, for example a BLM allotment can encompass privately owned land or state land Allotments can also be leased to various types of livestock, cattle, sheep and/or horses.
Streamflow Measurement (USGS & SEO) and Estimate Locations for the Powder/Tongue River Basin Plan, Wyoming at 1:24,000
The USGS and SEO Streamflow Gage Locations dataset with locations where ungaged natural flow estimates were taken contains the latitude-longitude locations for selected gages within the Powder/Tongue River Basin Planning Area. This dataset contains the locations only for those USGS and SEO gages that were used in the Powder/Tongue River Basin Plan to model available flow. The locations where natural flow was estimated for purposes of modeling available flow are also included.
This dataset represents soils of Wyoming at 1:500,000- scale. The layer contains 45 separate soils descriptions across 10 Wyoming soil zones. The layer was compiled based on the five-factor soil forming model using digital surficial geology, bedrock geology, and elevation. This dataset is documented in the report: Munn, L.C. and C.S. Arneson, 1998. Soils of Wyoming: A Digital Statewide Map at 1:500,000-Scale. Agricultural Experiment Station Report B-1069. University of Wyoming, College of Agriculture, Laramie, Wyoming.
Taxing Entities consist of a group of people who organize to tax themselves for specific purposes. These may include, but are not limited to: improvement and service districts for repairing or replacing a local road; water and sewer to provide infrastructure to a rural area for water and sewer facilities; conservation districts to help protect natural resources; and fire to provide fire protection services to rural areas, etc.