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Breeding Bird Survey Route, New York State, 1998

1998. USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. This data set portrays the current routes used for conducting Breeding Bird Surveys in New York State. This data set was collected using a differen...

Euphorbia esula, Leafy Spurge, New York State, 2000

1995. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. Leafy spurge is considered an invasive species which displaces native vegetation in prairie habitats and fields. This data set portrays the county-...

Hydrography, New York State, 1999

1999. U.S. Geological Survey. The data set portrays the polygon and line water features of New York State. The file was produced by joining the individual State hydrography laye...

Land Use and Land Cover, Tompkins County NY, 1995

1995. Tompkins County ITS GIS Division and Tompkins County Planning Department. The Tompkins County Planning Department utilized inter-departmental mapping expertise of the Tompkins County Information Technology Services GIS Di...

Major Dams, New York State, 1999

1999. U.S. Geological Survey. This map layer includes the locations of over 500 majors dams in New York State. The information in the map layer was provided by the U.S. Army Cor...

Principal Aquifers, New York State, 1998

1998. James A. Miller (comp.). This data set contains the shallowest principal aquifers of New York State, portrayed as lines. The data set was developed as part of the effort to...

Stream Basins, Allegheny River NY, 2007

1996. New York Aquatic Gap Analysis Group. This shapefile contains polygons representing the stream basins of the Allegheny River watershed in western New York. Basins were developed for str...

Stream Basins, French Creek NY, 2007

1996. New York Aquatic Gap Analysis Group. This shapefile contains polygons representing the stream basins of the French Creek watershed in western New York. Basins were developed for stream...

Submerged Aquatic Vegetation, Hudson River estuary, 1997

1997. Cornell Institute for Resource Information Sciences (Cornell IRIS). Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) is an important habitat and site of primary production in many aquatic ecosystems but there was no baseline info...