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This data set is an amalgamation of twenty-nine original data sets, which represent amphibian surveys in the seven national parks comprising the North Coast and Cascades Network (NCCN) of the National Park Service. The data were collected from 1984-2005, and include the localities of 19 species of amphibians at various life stages, 18 native to the Pacific Northwest and one invasive species.
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Alliance-based vegetation map for Lewis and Clark National Historical Park produced by the Institute for Natural Resources at Portland State University. Part of the Vegetation Mapping Program of the Inventory and Monitoring program at NPS. Several imagery sources were used to construct the vegetation map. LiDAR, SPOT 4, NAIP, and LANDSAT were available for the majority of the project area, with only a few places in Washington lacking LiDAR data. The eCognition software package and Berkley Imaging Segmentation was used to create the initial image segments and polygon map used to aid in collection of field training data. The mean values of various variable inputs were summarized by each of the image segments in addition...


    map background search result map search result map Lewis and Clark National Historical Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data North Coast and Cascades Network consolidated amphibian database (1984-2005) Lewis and Clark National Historical Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data North Coast and Cascades Network consolidated amphibian database (1984-2005)