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This ESRI geodatabase consists of 5 feature datsets with 23 individual polygon feature classes and two raster datasets. A master campsite polygon feature class represents the boundaries of campsites identified in the 1973, 1984, and 1991 campsite inventories of the Colorado River corridor in Grand Canyon, Arizona. The other polygon feature classes represent camp locations along the Colorado River corridor in Grand Canyon, Arizona during different survey periods using different surveying techniques. The raster datasets represent sub-aerial and sub-surface sandbar surfaces at 37 long term-monitoring sites between Lees Ferry and Diamond Creek, Arizona in Grand Canyon National Park, measured in September and October...
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These raster data represent the results of a case study in Arizona on how vertebrate richness metrics can be used with existing state and federal guidance in wind and solar energy facility siting. Each of the four geodatabases (see Cross References) contain eight native terrestrial wildlife group models in Arizona: 1) all vertebrates, 2) amphibians, 3) reptiles, 4) birds, 5) mammals, 6) bats, 7) raptors and 8) long-distant migratory birds. An XML workbook is included that lists all terrestrial native vertebrate species in Arizona which cross-walks these species to the name of the National Gap Analysis Project species distribution model.
This website provides access to active links for data collected at the Santa Rita Experimental Range. Included in the links are access to shapefiles, excel files, raster and other forms of data on precipitation, vegetation, animals and other subjects.
Abstract: The data in this data series represent a set of multi-band rasters, each containing 20 bioclimatic variables for the continental United States for the years 1895 - 2008.Staff at the U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center developed these raster layers using 4-km time series data developed by the PRISM Climate Group at Oregon State University. The original climate data for these rasters came from multiple climate station point measurements. Using these station measurements, the PRISM group produced interpolated climate grids which became the inputs in the algorithm used by the USGS to derive the bioclimatic variables. The values within each raster band were produced using an algorithmic...
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These data were modified from their original format for use in the Middle Rockies REA invasive species assessment. These data represent the annual precipitation (mm) for the Middle Rockies between 1971 and 2000. The data have been converted from 400m data to 90m.Original Metadata: Spatially distributed monthly and annual precipitation. Each file represents 1 month of 1 year for the period January 1971 to 2000. Distribution of the point measurements to a spatial grid was accomplished using the PRISM model, developed by Christopher Daly, Director, The PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University. Care should be taken in estimating precipitation values at any single point on the map. Precipitation estimated for each...
Abstract: This data set represents a multi-band raster containing 20 bioclimatic variables for the continental United States for the years 1971-2000. Staff at the U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center developed these raster layers using 800 m normals data developed by the PRISM Climate Group at Oregon State University. The original climate data for this raster came from multiple climate station point measurements. Using these station measurements, the PRISM group produced interpolated climate grids which became the inputs in the algorithm used by the USGS to derive the bioclimatic variables. The values within each raster band were produced using an algorithmic calculation that is performed on a cell-by-cell...
Abstract: The data in this data series represent a set of multi-band rasters, each containing 20 bioclimatic variables for the continental United States for the years 1980 - 2009. Staff at the U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center developed these raster layers using 2-km time series data created by Climate Source, Inc. and Spatial Climate Analysis Service (SCAS) at Oregon State University. The original climate data for these rasters came from multiple climate station point measurements. Using these station measurements, Climate Source/SCAS produced interpolated climate grids which became the inputs in the algorithm used by the USGS to derive the bioclimatic variables. The values within each raster...
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These data were modified from their original format for use in the Northwestern Great Plains REA invasive species assessment. These data represent the annual precipitation (mm) for the Northwestern Great Plains between 1971 and 2000. The data have been converted from 400m data to 90m.Original Metadata: Spatially distributed monthly and annual precipitation. Each file represents 1 month of 1 year for the period January 1971 to 2000. Distribution of the point measurements to a spatial grid was accomplished using the PRISM model, developed by Christopher Daly, Director, The PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University. Care should be taken in estimating precipitation values at any single point on the map. Precipitation...
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These data were modified from their original format for use in the Northwestern Great Plains REA invasive species assessment. These data represent the seasonal temperature (June - August) for the Northwestern Great Plains between 1971 and 2000. The data have been converted from 4000m data to 90m.Original Metadata: Spatially distributed monthly and annual average maximum/minimum/dew point temperature. Each file represents 1 month of 1 year for the period January 1971 to 2000. Distribution of the point measurements to a spatial grid was accomplished using the PRISM model, developed by Christopher Daly, Director, The PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University. Care should be taken in estimating temperature values...
Abstract: This data set represents a multi-band raster containing 20 bioclimatic variables for the continental United States for the averaged climate years 1971-2000. Staff at the U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center developed these raster layers using 400 m climate normals data created by Climate Source, Inc. and Spatial Climate Analysis Service (SCAS) at Oregon State University. The original climate data for this raster came from multiple climate station point measurements. Using these station measurements, Climate Source/SCAS produced interpolated climate grids which became the inputs in the algorithm used by the USGS to derive the bioclimatic variables. The values within each raster band were...
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This dataset consists of a map depicting the landcover of the Natchez Trace Parkway. The mapping output was created using mosaiced color infrared aerial photography of the Parkway. The map shows the distribution of 18 landcover classes based on the National Vegetation Classification Standard. Ground-based vegetation classification was provided by the National Park Service (NPS). The mapping output delineates grasses, road-developed areas, scrub-shrub, shrubland, plantation, water bodies, areas of white oak, oak, pine-oak, pine-cedar, pine-sweetgum, sweetgum (including sweetgum-oak), scattered trees, swamp forest, irregular classes, aquatic vegetation, invasive species, canopy gaps, and clouds.Total mapped area includes...
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These environmental raster covariate, geospatial vector data, and tabular data were compiled as input data for the Automated Reference Toolset (ART) algorithm. These data are a subset of all the environmetal raster covariate data used in the ART algorithm. Users are advised to read the mansuscript, associated with these data and identified as the larger work citation. It is recommended that data users contact the data set author if they have any questions about the development, processing, contribution, and use of these data in the Automated Reference Toolset.
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These data were modified from their original format for use in the Middle Rockies REA invasive species assessment. These data represent the seasonal temperature (June - August) for the Middle Rockies between 1971 and 2000. The data have been converted from 4000m data to 90m.Original Metadata: Spatially distributed monthly and annual average maximum/minimum/dew point temperature. Each file represents 1 month of 1 year for the period January 1971 to 2000. Distribution of the point measurements to a spatial grid was accomplished using the PRISM model, developed by Christopher Daly, Director, The PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University. Care should be taken in estimating temperature values at any single point on...
This website provides access to active links for data collected at the Jornada Basin Long Term Ecological Research Station. Included in the links are access to shapefiles, excel files, raster and other forms of data on precipitation, vegetation, animals and other subjects.


    map background search result map search result map Mapping Landcover of the Natchez Trace Parkway 2004-2005 Automated Reference Toolset (ART)—Data Geomorphology and Campsite Data, Colorado River, Marble and Grand Canyon, Arizona Landscape-scale wildlife species richness metrics BLM REA MIR 2011 PRISM Maximum Temperature for June, July, and August BLM REA MIR 2011 PRISM Precipitation (MIR) BLM REA NWP 2011 PRISM Precipitation BLM REA NWP 2011 PRISM Maximum Temperature for June, July, and August Geomorphology and Campsite Data, Colorado River, Marble and Grand Canyon, Arizona Mapping Landcover of the Natchez Trace Parkway 2004-2005 Landscape-scale wildlife species richness metrics Automated Reference Toolset (ART)—Data BLM REA MIR 2011 PRISM Maximum Temperature for June, July, and August BLM REA MIR 2011 PRISM Precipitation (MIR) BLM REA NWP 2011 PRISM Precipitation BLM REA NWP 2011 PRISM Maximum Temperature for June, July, and August