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1. GCIP Reference Data Set (GREDS), U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-388 [GCIP-GREDS]
The data sets on this compact disc are a compilation of several geographic reference data sets of interest to the global-change research community. The data sets were chosen with input ...


2. Hydrologic Units Maps of the Conterminous United States for the EPA Clean Air Mapping and Analysis Program (C-MAP) [HUC250k]
The Geographic Information Retrieval and Analysis System (GIRAS) was developed in the mid 70s to put into digital form a number of data layers which were of interest to the USGS. One of these data ...


3. KDFWR - Aquatic Conservation Areas for fish and lampreys by 14 digit conservation area (FourRiverhuc_14_Fish) [KDFWR_OtherKDFWR_FourRiverhuc_14_Fish]
Aquatic Conservation Areas for fish and lampreys. Clipped to the Purchase Area or 'Four-Rivers'. 14-digit watersheds for Obion Creek that are important fish and lamprey areas and are also included ...


4. KY - Other KDFWR - Aquatic Conservation Areas for fish in 8 digit watershed (Four_rivers-huc8) [KDFWR_otherKDFWR_Four_rivers_huc8]
Aquatic Conservation Areas for fish. Clipped to the Purchase Area or 'Four-Rivers'. 8-digit watersheds for Obion Creek that are important fish areas and are also included as overall aquatic conservation ...


5. Kentucky Species Richness for Bivalves [KY_DFWR_bihuc8p]
Species richness for bivalves. The dataset attempts to locate important areas for State and Tribal Wildlife Grants Program.


6. National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program: Sediment Chemistry of the Conterminous United States [NURE_SEDIMENT_CHEM]   PARENT METADATA
From NURE Sediment Chemistry FAQ: These maps are derived from a subset of the National Uranium Resource Evaluation (NURE) Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance (HSSR) data. Approximately ...


7. Wyoming Hydrologic Unit Boundaries to the 6th Level at 1:24,000-scale [wygisc_watershed]
The Watershed and Subwatershed hydrologic unit boundaries provide a uniquely identified and uniform method of subdividing large drainage areas. The smaller sized 6th level sub-watersheds ...


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