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A vein at the Burro Creek mine.
ADMMR map collection: Geologic Map of Indiana Mine Area; 1 in. to 100 feet; 26 x 26 in.
This location is part of the Arizona Mineral Industry Location System (AzMILS), an inventory of mineral occurences, prospects and mine locations in Arizona. Mohave436A is located in T14N R12W Sec 15 NE in the Kaiser Spring - 7.5 Min quad. This collection consists of various reports, maps, records and related materials acquired by the Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources regarding mining properties in Arizona. Information was obtained by various means, including the property owners, exploration companies, consultants, verbal interviews, field visits, newspapers and publications. Some sections may be redacted for copyright. Please see the access statement.
Mineral Survey No. 2586 Property of the Indiana-Arizona Development Co., Silver Bell Mining District
ADMMR map collection: Mineral Survey No. 2586 Property of the Indiana-Arizona Development Co., Silver Bell Mining District; 1 in. to 300 feet; 33 x 23 in.
The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP), a major component of California's renewable energy planning efforts, will help provide effective protection and conservation of desert ecosystems while allowing for the appropriate development of renewable energy projects. The DRECP is focused on the desert regions and adjacent lands of seven California counties - Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego. It is being prepared through an unprecedented collaborative effort between the California Energy Commission, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service also known as the Renewable Energy Action Team....
The road into the Burro Creek mine with Burro Creek in the background.
Dataset for BLM Wild Horse and Burro Herd Areas & Herd Management Areas. Herd Areas were designated in 1971 as places where wild horses and/or burros were found during the initial flights in 1971. Federal lands identified in 1971 but not managed for wild horses and burros are called Herd Areas. As additional surveys were done and data gathered, it was determined that some of these lands and animals were actually on private lands and/or were private animals. Areas with private animals that were 'claimed' during the claiming period were not carried forward as Herd Areas. Herd Areas were carried forward in land use plans and determinations were made as to whether or not to manage animals on these federal lands. Federal...
ADMMR map collection: Indiana Mine Geologic Map of 92 ft. Level; 1 in. to 20 feet; 23 x 16 in.
Wild Horse & Burro Program Annual Population and Adoption Center Locations Information. Each individual Herd Area or Herd Management Area may or may not have been inventoried in the last year. Original HMA and HA polygons have been dissolved to create mulitipart polygons and joined to a population information table.
Feral burros (Equus asinus) and horses (E. ferus caballus) inhabiting public land in the western United States are intended to be managed at population levels established to promote a thriving, natural ecological balance. Like many large ungulate populations, management agencies employ aerial surveys to obtain estimates of horse and burro population sizes. Double-observer sightability (MDS) models perform well for estimating feral horse abundances, yet the effectiveness of these models for use in burro populations is less understood and may be different due to the smaller size, stoic behavior, and cryptic pelage of burros. These models help minimize detection bias, yet bias can be further reduced with models that...
The Herd Management Area coverage is polygon coverage of Wild horse and Burro use areas. A "Herd Area" is defeind by the "Wild and Free-Roaming Horse and Burro Program Guidance, January 1983" as "The geographic area identified as having been used by a herd as its yearlong habitat in 1971" and a Herd Management Area" is defined as "A herd area identified in an approved land use plan where wild horses and burros will be maintain and managed." There are nine Herd Management Areas on the Surprise Resource Area, boundaries and attributes for these areas were gathered from various maps and reports.
The purpose of this Integrated Natural Resources Plan (INRMP) is to guide and document the manner in which the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (USAYPG or YPG) sutains the military mission on the installation while managing the ecological health of our natural resources area. The INRMP will ensure sound land management, environmental stewardship, and compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and applicable state and federal management plans, are consider during mission and project planning activities and that no net loss of mission capacity results from meeting our stewardship responsibilities. The INRMP is consistent with military requirements and the Sikes Act and associated amendments. Management of natural...
This location is part of the Arizona Mineral Industry Location System (AzMILS), an inventory of mineral occurences, prospects and mine locations in Arizona. Pima276 is located in T12S R8E Sec 25 NE in the Silver Bell Peak - 15 Min quad. This collection consists of various reports, maps, records and related materials acquired by the Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources regarding mining properties in Arizona. Information was obtained by various means, including the property owners, exploration companies, consultants, verbal interviews, field visits, newspapers and publications. Some sections may be redacted for copyright. Please see the access statement.
Appropriate Management Levels of BLM Wild Horse Herd Management Areas and USFS Wild Horse and Burro Territories
A polygon feature class representing the spatial extent and boundaries for BLM Wild Horse and Burro Herd Management Areas (HMAs) and Herd Areas (HAs), along with USFS Wild Horse and Burro Territories (WHBTs). HMAs and WHBTs are color coded to represent whether they are within Appropriate Management Level (AML), Greater than 100% and less than 200% of AML, and greater than 200% of AML. HAs do not have associated AML values, and are colored grey.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (Department) recently revised its State Wildlife Action Plan that provides a framework and information to assist in setting conservation priorities for the state’s wildlife and habitats. Data gathered for Arizona’s State Wildlife Action Plan represents myriad sources and extensive public comment, and is used to support the Department’s efforts to develop proactive conservation goals and objectives. Much of that data (more than 300 data layers) is compiled into a single model of wildlife conservation potential, the Species and Habitat Conservation Guide. To ensure the State Wildlife Action Plan information is accessible and useful to everyone, the Arizona Game and Fish Department...
REAs synthesize the best available information about resource conditions and trends within an ecoregion. They highlight and map areas of high ecological value, including important wildlife habitats and corridors, and gauge their potential risks from climate change, wildfires, invasive species, energy development, and urban growth. REAs also map areas that have high energy development potential, and relatively low ecological value, which could be best-suited for siting future energy development. In addition, REAs establish landscape-scale baseline ecological data to gauge the effect and effectiveness of future management actions. The Sonoran Desert REA was initiated in July 2010. It has been completed and peer reviewed...
The data available through this site is for the geographic area of Nevada. The data is available in zipped/compressed ArcGIS 10.xx file geodatabase and shapefile formats. (Some data is only available as a shapefile.) * All files have metadata when viewed through ArcGIS software (or other compatible software).
Man on a rocky hill near Burro Creek.
ADMMR map collection: Plat of the K Group and Mineral Survey No. 2586; 1 in. to 300 feet; 36 x 29 in.