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1. National Fish Habitat Action Plan (NFHAP) - Coastal Spatial Framework and Coastal Indicator Data [NFHP_NFHAP_CoastalAssessmen]
ABSTRACT: The NFHAP Coastal Spatial Framework and Indicator Datasets consist of a geospatial base layer developed in ArcGIS, and associated data fields joined to the spatial framework. The Coastal ...


2. Mid-Atlantic Integrated Assessment [epa_maia]
The Mid-Atlantic Integrated Assessment (MAIA) is a research, monitoring, and assessment initiative. Its main goal is to develop high-quality scientific information on the condition of ...


3. Chesapeake Bay Watershed [watershed_chesapeake_profile]   PARENT DIF
This data set includes statistics on the Chesapeake Bay watershead. This information is provided in watershed profiles. Watershed profiles are assembles maps, charts and ...


4. NY_GOME_CONTOURS: New York Bight and Gulf of Maine bathymetric contours [CZM_moris_ny_gome_contours_arc]
This bathymetric shapefile contains 10 m contours for the continental shelf and 100 m beyond the 200 m shelf edge. The contours have been derived from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...


5. Digital Elevation Model 3 Arc-Second for Mid-Atlantic Integrated Assessment [EPA_MAIA_dem_3]
This map is an ARC/INFO Grid representing the 3 arc second digital elevation model for the entire region. Elevation is in meters. [Summary provided by the EPA.]


6. The Accumulation and Bioavailability of Soil Nitrogen and Carbon Under Long-term Farming Systems in Pennsylvania. [usda.ars.PSWMRL.LongTermFarm]
(from Project Abstract) Problem: the objective of this research is to determine and contrast soil nitrogen, soil carbon, and soil phosphorus accumulation and availability under common farming systems ...


7. The Accumulation and Bioavailability of Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Under Common Buffer Vegetation in Mid-Atlantic States. [usda.ars.PSWMRL.CommonBuffer]
(from USDA ARS Carbon Storage Planning Workshop Abstracts) Problem: There are large acerages of woods and cool-season grasses in the northeast today, and there may soon be substantial acreages of ...


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