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2.2 GeoDatabase Layers                                                                          

2.2.1 Historical Structures                                                                           

2.2.2 Cemeteries                                                                                         

2.2.3 Hydrologic                                                                                                      

2.2.4 Listed Species                                                                                                 

2.2.5 Critical Habitat                                                                                               

2.2.6 Strategic Habitat                                                                               

2.2.7 Invasive Species                                                                                                        

2.2.8 Counties                                                                                                          

2.2.9 Roads                                                                                       

2.2.10 Soil                                                                                          

2.2.11 Parcels                                                                                                           

2.2.12 Mills                                                                                         

2.2.13 National and State Forests                                                             

2.2.14 Imagery: World Imagery     

 

 

2.2 Geodatabase Layer Descriptions

The following 14 geospatial layers and aerial imagery layer comprise the LMP geodatabase used for site-specific characterization of subject landowner properties.  Each layer is referenced by its name within the geodatabase and information is provided about the source layer’s name, location, and a brief description of the content found within the layer. 

2.2.1 Historical Structures

2.2.2 Cemeteries

  • Layer Source Name: Cemetery Sites Alabama
  • Description: This file geodatabase contains point data for named cemeteries derived from the National Map GNIS.  The current file is not a complete listing of all cemeteries in Alabama, and only represents those named cemeteries that are mapped at 1:24000 scale by the USGS.  It should be noted that this only represents a portion of the actual number of cemeteries in the state of Alabama, and it should not be considered a completed product.
  • Layer Source Location:  Alabama Historical Commission

2.2.3 Hydrologic

·         Layer Source Name: USFWS National Wetlands Inventory-Polygons-October 2014, FGDL

·         Description: This data set represents the extent, approximate location, and type of wetlands and deepwater habitats in the conterminous United States. These data delineate the areal extent of wetlands and surface waters as defined by Cowardin et al. (1979). Layer Source Location: http://www.fgdl.org/metadataexplorer/explorer.jsp

2.2.4 Listed Species

  • Layer Source Name: U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ONLINE SYSTEM (ECOS) FEDERALLY LISTED SPECIES-2016, FGDL
  • Description: This data set represents federally-listed species known to be present in each of the counties that make up the North Florida, Panama City, and South Florida Ecological Services Areas of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The Environmental Conservation Online System (ECOS) is a gateway website that provides access to data systems in the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (Service) and other government data sources. This central point of access assists Service personnel in managing data and information, and it provides public access to information from numerous Service databases. As of February 13, 2015, the data in this report has been updated to use a different set of information. Results are based on where the species is believed to or known to occur. The FWS feels utilizing this data set is a better representation of species occurrence. Note: There may be other federally listed species that are not currently known or expected to occur in this state but are covered by the ESA wherever they are found; thus if new surveys detected them in this state they are still covered by the ESA. The FWS is using the best information available on this date to generate this list. The data is not meant as a substitute for site-specific surveys. The code key below and in the User Notes denotes the species designation. Code Key: E=Endangered, T=Threatened, PE=Proposed Endangered, PT=Proposed Threatened, C=Candidate, BGEPA=Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.
  • Layer Source Location: http://www.fgdl.org/metadataexplorer/explorer.jsp

2.2.5 Critical Habitat

2.2.6 Strategic Habitat

  • Layer Source Name: Alabama Rivers and Streams Network SHU Mapper
  • Description: This system serves as a repository for both tabular and geospatial data related to specially-designated watersheds, river segments, and road crossings within Alabama and neighboring states.
  • Layer Source Location: https://warcapps.usgs.gov/SHU/Map

2.2.7 EDDMaps

  • Layer Source Name: EDDMaps
  • Description: Point data of invasive species collected by EDDMaps users.
  • Layer Source Location: https://www.eddmaps.org/tools/

2.2.8 Counties

  • Layer Source Name: Alabama County Boundaries
  • Description: This dataset contains the county boundaries for Alabama’s 67 counties.
  • Layer Source Location: http://www.alabamaview.org/

2.2.9 Roads

2.2.10 Soil

2.2.11 Parcels

  • Layer Source Name: Alabama Parcel Data by County
  • Description: This dataset contains parcel boundaries for each county in Alabama,
  • Layer Source Location: Alabama Tree Farm (available by request)

2.2.12 Mills

  • Layer Source Name: Alabama Miles
  • Description: Point location data of mills available in Alabama.
  • Layer Source Location: Alabama Tree Farm  (available by request)

2.2.13 Imagery: National and Alabama State Forests

  • Layer Source Name: USA Parks
  • Description: This system serves as a repository for both tabular and geospatial data related to National Forests and Alabama State Forests and Parks.
  • Layer Source Location:  http://www.esri.com/sOSFTware/arcgis/arcgisonline

2.2.14 Imagery: World Imagery

  • Layer Source Name: ESRI World Imagery, 2016
  • Description: This map service presents satellite imagery for the world and high-resolution imagery for the United States and other areas around the world.
Layer Source Location: http://www.esri.com/sOSFTware/arcgis/arcgisonline                                                                      
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