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Estimates of county tile drainage in the Mississippi River Basin. Data Sources: 2012 USDA NASS Census of Agriculture; World Resources Institute. 2008. Assessing Farm Drainage; USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center. 2014. Assessment of agricultural subsoil pattern tile drainage on wetland hydrology and ecosystem services in the Prairie Pothole Region. Field Description tiled_acre Acres drained by tile (NASS Census of Agriculture, 2012) or drainage permit acres in Dakotas (NPWRC, 2014), whichever is higher. pct_tile Percent of county drained by tile (tiled_acre/cty_acr*100) prmtac2 Acres under drainage permit in North or South Dakota (NPWRC, 2014). Best_Guess Acres drained by tile (WRI - Assessing...
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Combined core and corridor areas used to identify the landscape context of potential implementation opportunities in terms of enhancing functional connectivity. Data generated by The Conservation Fund as part of the Midwest Wind Energy Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) and NiSource MSHCP green infrastructure network design processes.
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Mississippi River Basin Gridded SSURGO Hydric Classification – Presence "hydclprs". An indication of the proportion of the map unit that is hydric, based on the hydric classification of individual map unit components.
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The Gridded SSURGO National Commodity Crop Productivity Index (NCCPI), version 2.0, arrays soils according to their inherent capacity to produce dryland (nonirrigated) commodity crops. Most of the NCCPI criteria relate directly to the ability of soils, landscapes, and climates to foster crop productivity. A few criteria relate to factors that can limit use of the land (e.g., surface boulders). All criteria used in the index affect crop culture and production and are referred to as factors affecting inherent productivity. Higher values represent higher capacity for production. Extent: Mississippi River Basin. IN ORDER TO CREATE A MANAGEABLE FILE SIZE, THE ORGINAL DATA WAS MULTIPLIED BY 100, THUS VALUES RANGE FROM...
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Low-lying areas (1-acre minimum) within the MRB/GHI Water Quality Priority Zone derived from 30-m NED DEM Topographic Position Index (180-m radius) values less than 1/4 standard deviation below the mean. Used as an aid in identifying wetland restoration potential.
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Landfire v.1.2.0 Biophysical Setting within the Mississippi River Basin. The Biophysical Settings (BpS) layer represents the vegetation that may have been dominant on the landscape prior to Euro-American settlement and is based on both the current biophysical environment and an approximation of the historical disturbance regime.
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Mississippi River Basin Gridded SSURGO mapunits with at least 5% organic matter (generalized calculation using soil organic carbon values in the 0-20 cm horizon; assuming that bulk density is 1.4 g/cubic meter and that organic matter is 58% carbon).
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Mississippi River Basin Gridded SSURGO potential wetland soil landscapes (PWSL version 1) - the percentage of the map unit (all components) that meet the criteria for a potential wetland soil landscape. For version 1 (pwsl1), those soil components that meet the following criteria are tagged as PWSL and their comppct_r values are summed for each map unit. Soil components with hydricrating = 'YES' are considered PWSL. Soil components with hydricrating = “NO” are not PWSL. Soil components with hydricrating = 'UNRANKED' are tested using other attributes, and will be considered PWSL if any of the following conditions are met: drainagecl = 'Poorly drained' or 'Very poorly drained' or the localphase or the otherph data...
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Green infrastructure networks designed by The Conservation Fund for areas within the Mississippi River Basin. These green infrastructure networks were developed using the core-hub-corridor approach as follows. The building blocks of the network are “core areas” that contain well-functioning natural ecosystems that provide high-quality habitat for native plants and animals. By contrast, “hubs” are aggregations of core areas as well as nearby lands that contribute significantly to ecosystem services like clean water, flood control, carbon sequestration, and recreation opportunities. Finally, “corridors” are relatively linear features linking cores and hubs together, providing essential connectivity for animal, plant,...
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Mississippi River Basin Gridded SSURGO mapunits where "pwsl1pomu" (wetland potential) is at least 60 or at least 50 and "drclassdcd" (Drainage Class - Dominant Condition) is poorly or very poorly drained. These mapunits represent those with the highest wetland potential based on these criteria.
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Potential yields and harvested area, by county, within the Mississippi River Basin, of switchgrass planted for biofuel in the year 2030 from the USDOE Billion Ton Update baseline scenario at a farmgate price of $60/dry ton or less. Source: USDOE Billion Ton Update, Scenario: BLY+EC1_BLT (Baseline Yield with 1% Increase in Energy Crops); Year: 2030.


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