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This map layer consists of federally owned or administered lands of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Only areas of 640 acres or more are included. There may be private inholdings within the boundaries of Federal lands in this map layer. This is a revised version of the December 2005 map layer.
Categories: Web Site; Tags: National Park, National Mall, Louisiana, Tennessee Valley Authority, Iowa, All tags...
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Album caption: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Two-story house in Horse Canyon. Picture by R.W. Berry, topographer. 1911. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County. No index card.
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Album caption: Government road (under construction) under the Knife Edge. Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park. Taken by R.W. Berry, 1910. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County Index card: Government road under Knife Edge. Mesa Verde National Park. 1910.
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This is a report of geochemical data from various media collected on Isle Royale, a large island in northeastern Lake Superior. Isle Royale became a national park in 1940 and was designated as a wilderness area in 1976.USGS sampling began in 1996 as part of a larger project on the Midcontinent Rift in the Lake Superior region. Data are given in nine Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. All the data are newly acquired by the USGS.
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Album caption: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Balcony House. Picture by R.W. Berry, topographer. 1911. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County. Index card: Balcony House. Mesa Verde National Park. Montezuma County, Colorado. 1911.
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This geospatial database covers vegetation land cover and land use for Wind Cave National Park and surrounding areas and is authorized as part of the USGS/NPS Vegetation Mapping Program <http://biology.usgs.gov/npsveg> . The program is administered by the Biological Resources Division (BRD) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS). This mapping effort was performed by the US Bureau of Reclamation's (USBR) Remote Sensing and GIS Group, Technical Service Center, Denver, CO. The vegetation mapping program is part of a larger Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) program started by the National Park Service (NPS) <http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/> . I&M goals are, among others, to map the vegetation of all national parks...
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This map layer portrays the linear federally owned or administered land features (i.e., national parkways, wild and scenic rivers, etc.) of the United States and Puerto Rico. Some features may be administered in conjunction with local governments. The map layer was created by extracting and combining linear federal land features from the 1:1,000,000-scale Roads and Streams files that are part of The National Map. There are no Parkways or Scenic Rivers in Hawaii or in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Types: Citation; Tags: Rhode Island, Oklahoma, Small-scale Datasets, North Carolina, Massachusetts, All tags...
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Album caption: Balcony House, north end. Colorado. Mesa Verda National Park. Taken by R.W. Berry, 1910. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County. Index card: Balcony House, north end. Mesa Verde National Park. Montezuma County, Colorado. 1910.
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Album caption and index card: General view in center of valley Hetch Hetchy showing smooth river. Yosemite quad. by J.N. LeConte. n.d. Handwritten notes on album caption: Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne County
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High resolution vegetation polygons mapped by the National Park Service. The vegetation units of this map were determined through stereoscopic interpretation of aerial photographs supported by field sampling and ecological analysis. The vegetation boundaries were identified on the photographs by means of the photographic signatures and collateral information on slope, hydrology, geography, and vegetation in accordance with the Standardized National Vegetation Classification System (October 1995). The mapped vegetation primarily reflects conditions that existed during 1994 and 1995. Several sets of aerial photography were utilized for this project: 1) NOAA 1:24,000 March 1994 Natural Color Prints (Leaf Off) covering...
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This dataset depicts protected areas of Belize, created using the various issues of the Government Gazette Statutory Instruments.
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This geospatial database covers vegetation land cover and land use for Wind Cave National Park and surrounding areas and is authorized as part of the USGS/NPS Vegetation Mapping Program http://www.usgs.gov/core_science_systems/csas/vip/index.html. The program is administered by the Biological Resources Division (BRD) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS). This mapping effort was performed by the US Bureau of Reclamation's (USBR) Remote Sensing and GIS Group, Technical Service Center, Denver, CO. The vegetation mapping program is part of a larger Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) program started by the National Park Service (NPS) http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/. I&M goals are, among others, to map the vegetation...
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Album caption: Crater Lake National Park, Oreg., 1909, by Pearson Chapman. Red Cone from the northwest. Handwritten notes on album caption: Klamath County Index card: Red Cone from the northwest. Crater Lake National Park, Klamath County, Oregon. 1909. (Photo by Pearson Chapman). Note on photograph: Negative destroyed by authority of administrative geologist, July 20, 1916.
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Album caption: Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 1909, by Pearson Chapman. In the hemlock forest on the west side of park. Handwritten notes on album caption: Klamath County Index card: In teh hemlock forest on the west side of park. Crater Lake National Park, Klamath County, Oregon. 1909. (Photo by Pearson Chapman).
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Small mammal populations were live-trapped at two campsites and two control areas along the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, to determine the effects of camping impact on small mammal numbers. Data were collected from August 20 to September 10, 1976, and from April 11 to September 10, 1977. Captures of the canyon mouse (Peromyscus crinitis), least chipmunk (Eutamias minimus), antelope ground squirrel (Ammospermophilus leucurus), white-throated wood rat (Neotoma albigula) and rock squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) populations were numerous enough to permit statistical comparison. At the Brown Betty campsite, small mammal populations, with the exception of rock squirrels, increased with campsite...
Projected increases in aridity throughout the southwestern United States due to anthropogenic climate change will likely cause reductions in perennial vegetation cover, which leaves soil surfaces exposed to erosion. Accelerated rates of dust emission from wind erosion have large implications for ecosystems and human well-being, yet there is poor understanding of the sources and magnitude of dust emission in a hotter and drier climate. Here we use a two-stage approach to compare the susceptibility of grasslands and three different shrublands to wind erosion on the Colorado Plateau and demonstrate how climate can indirectly moderate the magnitude of aeolian sediment flux through different responses of dominant plants...
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Album caption and index card: Cliff Canyon as seen from Cliff Palace. Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park. Taken by R.W. Berry, 1910. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County
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Album caption: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. South end of Balcony House after repairs. Picture by R.W. Berry, topographer. 1911. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County. Index card: Balcony House, restored, on Chapin Mesa. Mesa Verde National Park. Montezuma County, Colorado. 1911.
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Album caption: Balcony House, south end. Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park. Taken by R.W. Berry, 1910. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County. Index Card: Balcony House, south end. Mesa Verde National Park. Montezuma County, Colorado. 1910.


map background search result map search result map Campsite impacts on small mammals of the Colorado River, Canyonlands National Park, Utah Federal Lands of the United States Tuolumne River, viewed from the center of Hetch Hetchy Valley. Yosemite National Park, California. Government road under construction beneath Knife Edge. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. North End of Balcony House. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. South end of Balcony House. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Cliff Canyon, viewed from Cliff Palace. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. South end of Balcony House after repairs. Photo by R.W. Berry, 1911. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Balcony House. 1911. Bedrock, soil, and lichen geochemistry from Isle Royale National Park, Michigan San Francisco Vegetation (GGNRA, 2009) Spatial Vegetation Data for Wind Cave National Park Vegetation Mapping Project Uganda protected areas Protected Areas of Belize Wind Cave National Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data USGS 1:1,000,000-Scale Federal Lands of the United States - Parkways and Scenic Rivers 201506 Shapefile Red Cone from the northwest, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. 1909. Hemlock forest, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. 1909. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. North End of Balcony House. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. South end of Balcony House. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. South end of Balcony House after repairs. Photo by R.W. Berry, 1911. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Balcony House. 1911. Spatial Vegetation Data for Wind Cave National Park Vegetation Mapping Project Wind Cave National Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Campsite impacts on small mammals of the Colorado River, Canyonlands National Park, Utah Bedrock, soil, and lichen geochemistry from Isle Royale National Park, Michigan Government road under construction beneath Knife Edge. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. 1910. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Cliff Canyon, viewed from Cliff Palace. 1910. San Francisco Vegetation (GGNRA, 2009) Tuolumne River, viewed from the center of Hetch Hetchy Valley. Yosemite National Park, California. Red Cone from the northwest, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. 1909. Hemlock forest, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. 1909. Protected Areas of Belize Uganda protected areas USGS 1:1,000,000-Scale Federal Lands of the United States - Parkways and Scenic Rivers 201506 Shapefile Federal Lands of the United States