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The Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is a geodatabase that illustrates and describes public land ownership, management and conservation lands nationally, including voluntarily provided privately protected areas. The lands included in PAD-US are assigned conservation measures that qualify their intent to manage lands for the preservation of biological diversity and to other natural, recreational and cultural uses; managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase includes: 1) Geographic boundaries of public land ownership and voluntarily provided private conservation lands (e.g., Nature Conservancy Preserves); 2) The combination land owner, land manager, management...
This raster depicts the percentage of lithological the hydraulic conductivity (in micrometers per second) of surface or near surface geology. We derived these rasters by calculating the average conductivity for each map unit in combined surficial-bedrock geologic maps. We used state geologic maps (Preliminary Integrated Geologic Map Databases for the United States, Open File Reports 2004-1355, 2005-1305, 2005-1323, 2005-1324, 2005-1325, 2005-1351, and 2006-1272), which depict surficial geology instead of bedrock when the surficial layers are sufficiently deep. For the state maps that do not incorporate surficial geology (i.e., midwestern states), we overlaid surficial geologic map units with thicknesses greater...
Information from the USGS Flood Inundation Mapping Program: Floods are the leading cause of natural-disaster losses in the United States. More than 75 percent of declared Federal disasters are related to floods, and annual flood losses average almost $8 billion with over 90 fatalities per year. Although the amount of fatalities has declined due to improved early warning systems, economic losses have continued to rise with increased urbanization in flood-hazard areas. The USGS Flood Inundation Mapping (FIM) Program helps communities protect lives and property by providing tools and information to help them understand their local flood risks and make cost-effective mitigation decisions.
7.5-minute maps of the conterminous United States, Hawaii, and limited areas of Alaska at 1:24,000 and 1:25,000 scale. Pacific Island maps at 1:20,000, 1:24,000, and 1:25,000 scales. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands at 1:20,000 scale. Culebra, its adjacent islands, and the Island of Vieques at 1:30,000 scale.
Map of the alluvial valley of the Mississippi River from the head of St. Francis Basin to the Gulf of Mexico, showing lands subject to overflow, location of levees and trans-alluvial profiles Downloaded from: https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:7h14b0450 Edited (to correct position of panels) and georeferenced by Yvonne Allen (USFWS) to geographic NAD1927 using ArcGIS , 3rd order polynomial and 80 ground control points using lat lon grid. ALBERS PROJECTION
The Connecticut Surficial Materials and Quaternary Geology Quadrangle information was initially compiled at 1:24,000 scale (1 inch = 2,000 feet) then recompiled for 2 statewide 1:125,000-scale maps. (1) Surficial Materials Quadrangle Map of Connecticut by Stone, J.R., Schafer, J.P., London, E.H. and Thompson, W.B., 1992, U.S. Geological Survey, 2 sheets, scale 1:125,000. (PDF, 26 Mb). (2) Quaternary Geologic Map of Connecticut and Long Island Sound Basin by Stone, J.R., Schafer, J.P., London, E.H., DiGiacomo-Cohen, M.L., Lewis, R.L., and Thompson, W.B., 2005, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigation Map 2784, 2 sheets, scale 1:125,000, and pamphlet, 71 p.(PDF, 56 Mb). These Connecticut Quaternary and Surficial...
The Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative Land Cover Map shows land cover at a regional scale (1:2,500,000). The files provided are graphic design files that can be used to plot a publication-quality, poster-size map. Scale: 1:2,500,000 Map poster dimensions: 34 x 44 inches Data sources: Land cover from North American Environmental Atlas by the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, 2010. Physiographic regions from Natural Earth 1:10 million scale Physical Labels (3.0.0) derived from Patterson's Physical Map of the World, 2008. Hydrography, populated places, and political boundaries from National Atlas of the United States, 2004. File descriptions: DLCC_LandCover.ai is an Adobe Illustrator file....
This map shows the potential current distribution of Golden Eagle, in the context of current and near-term terrestrial intactness and long-term potential for climate change and energy development.
Colorado Plateau REA MQ G2: Where are areas of potential development (e.g., under lease), including renewable energy sites and transmission corridors and where are potential conflicts with CEs?
This map shows conservation element summaries within areas of potential near-term and long-term energy development. These summaries help highlight areas of potential conflict between conservation elements and energy development.
This map shows potential areas with high terrestrial biodiversity from TNC Ecoregional Portfolio Core dataset.
Colorado Plateau REA MQ F2: Where are the areas of potential future encroachment from this invasive species?
This map shows the current distribution of major invasive vegetation species (primarily cheatgrass and tamarisk), and predicted near-term future distribution of these species. Current distribution was derived from LANDFIRE EVT v1.1, NatureServe National Landcover v2.7, Early Season Invasives (USGS), Predicted Tamarisk Probability (USGS), and mapped areas of tamarisk. Predicted future distribution included these areas in addition to the invasive vegetation class from the LANDFIRE Succession Class v1.0 dataset.
This map shows the major terrestrial ecosystems from LANDFIRE EVT (v1.1) and NatureServe National Landcover (v2.7).
Colorado Plateau REA Change Agents - Development - Current, Near-Term, and Long-Term Potential High Landscape Development
This map shows areas of high current, near-term, and long-term potential landscape development, based on factors such as urban areas, agriculture, roads, and energy development.