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Several scales of land classification are provided. The bio-geoclimatic ecosystem classification, and ecosection classifications include both biological and physical characteristics. The physiographic provinces are based entirely on physical characteristics of the landscape.
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This dataset was created in order to facilitate transboundary conservation work and research projects, by integrating land cover maps into a single dataset from Cape Caution, BC, to Yakutat Bay, AK. It includes three levels of land classification, site index, elevation, hydric soils (yes/no), karst (yes/no), primary and secondary species, size class, and volume class. It also includes a number of other important attributes from individual datasets, which were not crosswalked between the different areas. These data, originally published here , were converted to ArcGIS Raster files by the NPLCC (North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative) for publication as map services on ScienceBase.
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This dataset was created in order to facilitate transboundary conservation work and research projects, by integrating land cover maps into a single dataset from Cape Caution, BC, to Yakutat Bay, AK. It includes three levels of land classification, site index, elevation, hydric soils (yes/no), karst (yes/no), primary and secondary species, size class, and volume class. It also includes a number of other important attributes from individual datasets, which were not crosswalked between the different areas. This file represents site index, or the number of meters trees would be expected to grow in 50 years.


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