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These data indicate legal access points for fishing and boating recreational use on various rivers and lakes within the Pinedale Field Office (PFO). The access locations are on land managed by either the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WG&F). Most locations have legal vehicle access to at the most 1/4 mile from the water. Some include boating access locations also. Water bodies included are the Green River, the New Fork River, the East Fork River, Pine Creek, Boulder Creek, Fremont Lake and Boulder Lake.
The special management areas captured by this spatial data set are: Upper Green River special recreation management area and the Continental Divide snow machine trail (CDST) which is a 10 meter buffer of the actual trail.
No Surface Occupancy (NSO) is designated by the BLM to prevent surface disturbing activities from occurring in specific areas. The reasons may include but are not limited to wilderness areas, cultural artifacts or sensitive areas for wildlife. No surface disturbance of any kind is allowed.
This dataset is a scientifically based, hierarchical system of map units for Southwestern Wyoming that incorporates ecological principles and processes across a range of scales. These units are a mapping of terrain features having similar terrain configuration, ecological properties and management implications within which situational landscape-ecosystems can logically and conveniently be defined. While the process of delineation of these units is subjective, units are hierarchically nested into the structure of the ECOMAP (1993) national hierarchy of ecological units. The includes Landtype Associations as well as higher hierarchical units in which Landtype Associations are imbedded. Associations are defined by...
This data depicts range improvement projects (RIP) on BLM land in the Pinedale Field Office including type of project, located and date constructed or implemented. This data does not address condition of RIP. These projects are constructed with the objective of improving rangelands through the proper distribution of livestock.
These are areas of special management within the Pinedale BLM Field Office. These areas are treated differently than other areas with special consideration. These areas do not fit in other management categories such as Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC), Wilderness Study Areas (WSA) or Special Recreation Management Areas (SRMA).